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Monday to Friday, 7pm - 12am
7:10 Our Own Odysseys: Grave Digger
A few summers ago while visiting family in the UK, Chris Harris took on some odd jobs to make a bit of cash, like being a furniture removal man, working at Royal Ascot as a barman, but most memorably, there was a spot of grave digging.
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: (Mid-West) United States Of America
Journalist, author and photographer Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell is living her dream life in a 480-square foot cabin within the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas, but near the Mississippi border, USA pop. 311,591,917 (est. 2011)... why gay marriage is still being rejected even in moderate states; the extent of tornado damage; and in the wake of the 'pink slime' debate, Americans are rethinking how and where they get their food.
9:00 News and Weather
9:06 The Tuesday Feature: Voyages in Time and Space
From a series of lectures from 2004 covering the broad themes related to the Transit of Venus - Pacific Voyaging and Navigation by Dr. Peter Adds - Maori studies, Victoria University of Wellington. Introduction by Dr. John Stenhouse.
10:00 News and Weather
10:17 Late Edition
11:06 Putumayo Radio Hour
A world music show that takes listeners on a weekly journey through the music of many different cultures (Putumayo)
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Chris Harris tells the story of his OE odyssey to the UK, where he worked as a grave digger and learnt the art of stretching out a job. (19′52″)
Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell reports in from the American midwest, why gay marriage is still being rejected even in moderate states; the extent of tornado damage; and pink slime is putting her off buying meat from the supermarket. (18′39″)
Clue 3 (15″)
Clues 3 and 4 (23″)
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Kiwis are infamous for being found wandering in all sorts of far flung places…
Nights, being adventurous types ourselves, is keen to have you share the colourful and curious tales of your interesting journeys… the places you've seen, the people you've met, the food you tasted - recently or expeditions you've had in times gone by - a trek you took either by foot or pedal or kayak or ship or sail or train, in the 21st or 20th century…
Our Own Odysseys on Tuesday evenings at about a quarter past seven. Please do get in touch to reminisce on the wonders of the world that were encountered while you either cycled through Cambodia, kayaked down the Amazon, hiked through Wales, scrambled up Kilimanjaro, sailed to the Seychelles, flew by hot air balloon over Mongolia etc, etc email@example.com
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