Nights for Monday 13 February 2017
7:12 Found by Laura
Laura has been collecting notes, all the notes other people leave lying around.
Providing a snapshot, sometimes a personal one into how the other half lives.
After 12 years of collecting over 400 notes across New York, Toronto, Melbourne, Adelaide
and Sydney, Laura is sharing a selection of the notes with an exhibition at Alexandria’s iconic
The Swedish born, Amsterdam-based playwright Jakob Ahlbom is coming to New Zealand next month with the aim of making the hairs on the back of theatre-goers necks stand on end.
8:12 Nights' Science
Former University of Canterbury Mt John Observatory superintendent Alan Gilmore raises our gaze to the bodies floating in space.
8:30 Window on the World
What can one single dish tell you about America's history?
Gumbo is eaten by nearly everyone in New Orleans, but its past speaks of the deep inequalities in American history that still resonate to this day as the BBC's Dan Saladino finds out in this programme from the BBC World Service.
Summertime is water time - when the sun shines.
But warnings over the quality of New Zealand's lakes and river ways have been as prolific as ever, despite action and plans to improve matters.
10:17 Late Edition
A roundup of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International.
11:07 Nashville Babylon