Afternoons

Friday 30 January 2015, with Simon Mercep

Audio from Friday 30 January 2015

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

  • Your Song - All Tomorrow's Parties ( 13′ 26″ )

    13:09 'All Tomorrow's Parties' - The Velvet Underground and Nico. Chosen by Ian Loughran of Dunedin

  • NZ Live - Li'l Chuck ( 37′ 44″ )

    13:20 David's tried his hand at all sorts of musical projects over the years but right at the moment he's turning his hands, and his feet, and his lungs to performing as a one man band.

  • The Pig Huntin' Preacher ( 13′ 06″ )

    14:09 Paul Askin is an avid pig-hunter - he's also a baptist minister. The Canterbury-based pastor is the author of the 'Pig Hunters Handbook - a practical how-to manual' which he wrote to keep him occupied on a long plane ride to England. He talks to Afternoons about his passion for the outdoors.

  • Kelmarna Organic City Farm ( 9′ 50″ )

    14:20 Not far from Auckland's Queen Street is Kelmarna Organic City Farm, growing vegies and grazing cows within sight of the Skytower. But the farm faces an uncertain future.

  • Feature album - Pet Sounds ( 13′ 01″ )

    14:46 'Pet Sounds' is the eleventh studio album by the American rock band the Beach Boys. Released on May 16, 1966, it initially met a lukewarm critical and commercial reception in the United States but received immediate success abroad, where British publications declared it "the most progressive pop album ever".

  • Fresh fast food with Jonny Schwass ( 7′ 49″ )

    15:09 Jonny Schwass shares his recipe for Sweet Corn Cake.

  • Wine with Yvonne Lorkin ( 14′ 41″ )

    15:15 Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin at the Central Otago Pinot Noir Festival. Wine reccommendations: Cheap and Cheerful: Brown Brothers Moscato & Sauvignon Blanc $12.99. Mid-Price Magic: Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir 2013 $20-$25. Treat Yourself: Tarras Vineyard 'The Canyon' Central Otago Pinot Noir 2009 $59

  • Film review with Sarah McMullan ( 9′ 55″ )

    15:32 This week: 'Wild', 'Mortdecai' and 'American Sniper'.

  • The Panel pre-show for 30 January 2015 ( 13′ 41″ )

    15:47 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.

1:10 Your Song

All Tomorrow's Parties - The Velvet Underground and Nico.  Chosen by Ian Loughran of Dunedin

1:20 NZ Live

2:10 The Pig Huntin' Preacher

Paul Askin is an avid pig-hunter - he's also a baptist minister. The Canterbury-based pastor is the author of the Pig Hunters Handbook - a practical how-to manual which he wrote to keep him occupied on a long plane ride to England. He talks to Afternoons about his passion for the outdoors.

2:20 Kelmarna Gardens Threatened

Not far from Auckland's Queen Street is Kelmarna Organic City Farm, growing vegies and grazing cows within sight of the Skytower. But the farm faces an uncertain future.  At 3.30 this afternoon Justin Gregory takes a tour and tells us why.

New Zealand Society

2:30 NZ Reading - Rangatira # 10

Miss Weale has arranged cabins for the Rangatira going home to New Zealand, but before sailing, Paratene and Horomona go to see the painting done of the group in London. It doesn't represent them truly at all. Jenkins turns up on board the Flying Foam to say goodbye and there's a feeling of loss as the great adventure in England comes to an end.

2:45 Feature album

Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys

3:10 Your Weekend

3.10  Fresh Fast Food - Jonny Schwass' Sweet Corn Cake

3.20  Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin at the Central Otago Pinot Noir Festival.  Wine reccommendations: Cheap and Cheerful.  Brown Brothers Moscato & Sauvignon Blanc $12.99.  Mid-Price Magic.  Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir 2013 $20-$25.  Treat Yourself.  Tarras Vineyard ‘The Canyon’ Central Otago Pinot Noir 2009 $59

3.26 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan.  This week: Wild, Mortdecai and American Sniper

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

With Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Mai Chen and Rosemary McLeod