Thursday 10 May 2012, with Bryan Crump
Audio from Thursday 10 May 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Amazing Brains ( 21′ 09″ )
19:12 Neuropsychologist Pascal Saker explains the nature of attention and how it works using some interesting visual and auditory illusions.
Science - Botany ( 12′ 14″ )
20:48 Green-fingered and threatened plant scientist Dr Peter de Lange from DOC on the great bio-mass that grows around us, and the New Zealand way of assessing rarity.
Conundrum ( 16″ )
20:59 Clue 7.
Conundrum ( 48″ )
21:59 Clue 8.
7:10 Amazing Brains
Neuropsychologist Pascal Saker, a boffin on how we best can use our brains... the nature of attention and how it works using some interesting visual and auditory illusions.
7:30 At the Movies
Films and movie business with Simon Morris.
8 pm News & Weather
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 Science: Botany
Green-fingered and Threatened Plant Scientist Dr Peter de Lange from DOC on the great bio-mass that grows around us... the New Zealand way of assessing rarity.
9 pm News & Weather
9:06 Our Changing World
Science and environment news from New Zealand and the world.
10 pm News & Weather
10:17 Late Edition
11 pm News & Weather
11:06 The Music Mix
Nick Atkinson presents a contemporary music magazine with interviews and music from New Zealand and overseas artists, coverage of new releases, tours, live sessions, music festivals and events.