Nights for Monday 21 November 2016
7:12 When Arsenic Was Everywhere
We talk to author and historian Lucinda Hawksley about the deadly but often beautiful uses of arsenic in Victorian times. Her book is "Bitten by Witch Fever: Wallpaper & Arsenic in the Victorian Home"
Royal New Zealand ballet dancer Lucy Green has danced some premier roles during her time with the company including title roles in Cinderella and Giselle and Dorothy in this year's Wizard of Oz. She's been with RNZB six years, but has decided to take a step towards home and will take up the role of soloist with Queensland Ballet in December.
8:12 Nights' Science - World Weather
MetService severe weather forecaster Erick Brenstrum.
8:30 Window on the World
How do you move a city? Lesley Riddoch travels to Arctic Sweden to find out. Kiruna is gradually sliding into Europe's biggest iron ore mine. The city has to be rebuilt two miles away. That requires an extraordinary blend of planning, architecture, technology and stoicism. If anyone can do it then it's the Swedes.
Tim Graham and Phil Pennington bring you the personal stories of those they talked to in Kaikoura in the hours and days following the 7.8 quake.
10:17 From Zero
Part 3 - Tonight; we'll discover that while you can depict drug-taking on TV and slip cocaine references into songs, publishing the wrong kind of gardening tips can still get you into trouble with the authorities.
11:07 Nashville Babylon
Mark Rogers with the Nashville Babylon hour -the very best in alt.country, Americana and blues.