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7:15 Sport: Australia
Keeping score across the ditch is ABC sports journalist Paul Kennedy... the Aussie Olympics wrap; Tasmanian boxer Daniel Geale is preparing to fight current WBA middleweight super champion, Germany's Felix Sturm; also how about the Wallabies success in the Bledisloe.
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 Thinkers: History Of Science
Before our own times, there were three great revolutions in scientific thought: the Copernican Revolution (c 1550 - 1650), the Chemical Revolution (c. 1750 - 1800), and the Darwinian Revolution (c 1850 - 1900); with philosopher Prof. Alan Musgrave from the University of Otago... Galileo, the great defender of Copernicanism and the one who famously got into trouble with the Church because of his activities.
9 pm News and weather
9:10 ANC Centenary
Christchurch born Bishop John Osmers reflects upon his experiences in South Africa and the ending of apartheid ..
10 pm Late Edition
11 pm News and weather
11:06 Beale Street Caravan
The best in blues from the Blues Foundation in Memphis.
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Keeping score across the ditch is ABC sports journalist Paul Kennedy. Tonight, the Wallabies success in the Bledisloe and the Aussie Olympics wrap. (17′24″)
Tonight, philosophy Professor Alan Musgrave from the University of Otago on Galileo, great defender of Copernicanism and the one who famously got into trouble with the Church because of his activities. Before our own times, there were three great revolutions in scientific thought: the Copernican Revolution (c. 1550-1650), the Chemical Revolution (c. 1750-1800), and the Darwinian Revolution (c. 1850-1900). (14′57″)
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Christchurch born Bishop John Osmers reflects upon his experiences in South Africa and the ending of apartheid. (40′34″)
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