Summer Nights for Tuesday 27 December 2011
7:08 Klaus Feichtenberger
Austrian film maker who specialises in nature documentaries, who was visiting New Zealand recently for the inaugural Science Teller festival in Dunedin. His recent film 'Radioactive Wolves' was filmed in the Chernobyl exclusion zone.
7:30 Kids' Favourite Things
7:35 Nick Bollinger's new series 'Essential New Zealand Albums' - Episode 1 - 'Proud'
A 1994 compilation of South Auckland artists, and it paved the way for OMC's worldwide hit, How Bizarre. In this episode, Nick talks to Proud's producer Alan Jansson.
8:06 Summer Jam - Toby Laing of Fat Freddy's Drop and Economy Records
8:15 BBC Windows on the World
Emma takes to the streets to try out parkour with Max Bell of the New Zealand Parkour Association. May contain breathlessness.
8:50 Inspired By
Mark Robinson, a 23 year old magician from Auckland on his magic career and bird training skills.
9:06 Backstage at the Met
Paul Bushnell goes through the stage door at New York's Metropolitan Opera to find out how it works.
10:17 Late Edition
10:30 Museum Visit
We pay a virtual visit to one of New Zealand's museums. Tonight, it's Patsy Montgomery of Waipu Museum.
10:45 Island Time
We explore the culture and history of islands around the world. Tonight, Séamas Ó Flatharta of Inis Mor on the Aran Islands joins us.
11:04 Womad 2011: 17 Hippies