Nights for Monday 27 February 2017
7:12 Rene Kerfante
A German typographer who watched the industry go from press to digital. The printing museum are celebrating his arrival in NZ. Rene started his career in banknote printing before being pushed to the top of the typography industry.
The NZSO and The Modern Maori Quartet are in the early stages their Summer Pops concert tour - performing at 12 centres from Whangarei to Invercargill through to mid-March.
8:12 Nights' Science - Leo Schep
Paracetamol is a common over-the-counter drug that has both analgesic and antipyretic activity
It is the most common pharmaceutical drug the National Poisons Centre receives calls on; commonly parents giving children the wrong dose
8:30 Window on the World
Food and meal preparation at at the heart of everyday life. For some people living with disabilities, the smallest of culinary tasks can be very frustrating and difficult.
This edition of the Food Chain from the BBC World Service explores the experiences of disabled people and the important role food plays in their lives.
How do we tell the school? What will their grandparents say? Will they be bullied for life?
What would you do if your little boy or girl constantly told you they'd been born in the wrong body?
Insight's reporter Teresa Cowie talks to parents about the constant judgement they face, the worries, and the practicalities of bringing-up their transgender child
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