Tuesday 24 January 2012, with Bryan Crump
7:10 Our Own Odysseys: Romance UK Style
Before Auckland-born Vicki Jeffels, otherwise known as VegemiteVix, was named as one of the UK's top 25 expat mum bloggers, she was to be wooed by her British husband in the so-called romantic Lake District.
7:30 The Sampler
A weekly review and analysis of new CD releases.
8:15 Windows on the World
International public radio documentaries - visit the Windows on the World web page to find links to these documentaries.
8:40 The World At Night: Russia
Managing director of the Trans-Siberian Experience, Neil McGowan is our British-born Moscow-based expert on Russia and classical music... everyday Russians are still protesting for government reform, and a falling satellite is a setback to the Russian space programme.
9:00 News and Weather
9:06 The Tuesday Feature: Smart Talk - Water Crisis
This final edition of Smart Talk from the Auckland Museum focusses on the issue of water sustainability and how we use our country's waterways.
10:00 News and Weather
10:17 Late Edition
11:06 Best of WOMAD Taranaki 2011: All-Stars Gala
The gala is a tradition of the Womad festival that brings together many of the artists and their diverse musical styles on the final night.
The resulting fusion of sounds and rhythms is unique to every festival and every performance. UK artist and producer Nitin Sawhney was this year’s music director and creative juggler, bringing together performers from 17 Hippies, Faiz Ali Faiz, Horace Andy and New Zealand’s own Sola Rosa.
Audio from Tuesday 24 January 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Our Own Odysseys - Romance UK Style ( 19′ 05″ )
19:10 Before Auckland born Vicki Jeffles, otherwise known as VegemiteVix, became named as one of the UK's top 25 expat Mum bloggers, she was to be wooed by her now English husband in the Lake District.
The world at night: Russia ( 14′ 34″ )
20:40 Managing Director of the Trans-Siberian Experience, Neil McGowan is our British born Moscow-based expert on Russia and classical music. Everyday Russians are still protesting for government reform, and a falling satellite is a setback to the Russian space program.
Conundrum ( 08″ )
20:59 Clue number 3.