Afternoons

Friday 23 January 2015, with Simon Mercep

Audio from Friday 23 January 2015

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

  • Your Song - April Sun in Cuba ( 10′ 57″ )

    13:10 From Momona, out on the Taieri plains near Dunedin airport, Sally Mann has chosen 'April Sun in Cuba', by Dragon.

  • NZ Live - Tattletale Saints ( 41′ 51″ )

    13:20 The Tattletale Saints have returned from touring the United States for an 18-show tour of New Zealand, and they've released a new single earlier this week to mark the occasion.

  • Walsh Memorial Scout Flying School ( 12′ 08″ )

    14:10 Tauranga pilot and flight instructor, Nick Rowe, is continuing a long-standing family tradition by giving up his time to train future pilots at a camp his grandfather helped to establish.

  • Lifemark ( 10′ 03″ )

    14:20 Many New Zealanders are getting old, and they're being told it's time to make New Zealand homes easier to live in.

  • Feature album - Physical Graffiti ( 13′ 19″ )

    14:45 To mark the 40th anniversary of one of Led Zeppelin's most famous works, the epic double album 'Physical Graffiti', first released in 1975 will be re-issued later next month.

  • Fresh fast food with Julie Biuso ( 11′ 20″ )

    15:08 Today we've got a delicious summer salad from Julie Biuso.

  • Wine with Belinda Jackson ( 10′ 59″ )

    15:18 Belinda Jackson with news from the world of wine and wine-making.

  • Film review with Sarah McMullan ( 9′ 44″ )

    15:28 Sarah McMullan reviews the films Unbroken, Still Alice & A Thousand Times Goodnight.

  • The Panel pre-show for 23 January 2015 ( 14′ 43″ )

    15:45 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.

1:10 Your Song

April Sun in Cuba - Dragon.  Chosen by Sally Mann of Moana.

1:20 NZ Live - Tattletale Saints

Tattletale Saints perform in the Auckland studios for NZ Live on Radio NZ National. 

2:10 Walsh Memorial Scout Flying School

Tauranga pilot and flight instructor, Nick Rowe, is continuing a long-standing family tradition by giving up his time to train future pilots at a camp his grandfather helped to establish. 

2:20 NZ Society Feature

Many New Zealanders are getting old and they're being told it's time to make New Zealand homes easier to live in. David Steemson reports.

New Zealand Society

2:30 NZ Reading - Rangatira, part 5

Three of the group of Rangatira leave to join the Māori Warrior Chiefs performing at the Alhambra Theatre. Paratene and Horomona go to watch and are upset by the show.

2:45 Feature album

Led Zepplin - Physical Graffiti (1975)

3:10 Food, Wine and Movies

Food with Julie Biuso.

Recipe: Mango and Prawn Salad with Cellophane Noodles

Wine with Belinda Jackson.

Wine picks: Zephyr Riesling 2014 $22, Aronui Pinot Gris 2014 $19, Paynter’s Cider Pilgrim’s Dry ... about $7 a bottle. 

Movies with Sarah McMullan.

Films: Unbroken, Still Alice & A Thousand Times Goodnight.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

With Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Bernard Hickey and Jock Anderson.