Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm

Friday 28 August 2015, with Jesse Mulligan

Songs You Have To Hear

1:09 PM. Lana Del Ray - High By The Beach.

National Poetry Day - Courtney Sina Meredith

1:15 PM. Courtney Sina Meredith is an Auckland poet and mentor to young poets in South Auckland. She joins us from Auckland airport where 10 of her students are performing their work.

Fashion Week with Daria Maxon

1:23 PM. One of the youngest models to take to the catwalk at fashion week this year is 16-year-old Daria Maxon from Paekakariki. She talks about how she accidentally got in to modelling, and how hectic and exciting her first foray into fashion week has been.

Fashion week photographer - Dan Roberts

1:28 PM. Turning to the other side of the lens now, and we're speaking to kiwi street-style photographer, Dan Roberts. His work has appeared in Vogue, Elle and on popular shopping sites such as ASOS.

Rugby World Cup - Mark Stafford

1:35 PM. The All Blacks World Cup squad is being announced on Sunday. And while there's great excitement and anticipation around that, others are betting they won't be raising the cup at the end of the tournament.

Feature Album

1:40 PM. Jeff Buckley - Grace. Chosen by Melody Thomas

Te Māori

2:10 PM. Dawn, September 10, 1984. Outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York nearly 100 New Zealanders are waiting. They're there to celebrate the opening of Te Māori exhibition. As the sun rises, a karanga rings out along 84th Street and 5th Avenue. Sir Pita Sharples recalls the opening.

NZ Live - Hobnail

2:20 PM. Hobnail is a four-piece folk rock band from Wellington. Turning 21 this weekend!

Food - Shepherd Elliott

3:08 PM. Shepherd Elliott from Ti Kouka cafe presents his recipe for harissa and discusses it's various uses.

Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin

3:18 PM. Yvonne Lorkin, Wine writer, presenter of Thirsty Work on Food TV.

Movie Review - Alexander Bisley

3:29 PM. Reviewing 'Ricki and the Flash' and 'Banksy does New York'.

New Music - Zac Arnold

3:36 PM. With Zac Arnold from our weekend music programme Music 101.

The Panel pre-show for 28 August 2015

3:45 PM. Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.

1:10 Songs You Have To Hear

Lana Del Ray - High By The Beach. 

1:15 National Poetry Day - Courtney Sina Meredith

Courtney Sina Meredith is an Auckland poet and mentor to young poets in South Auckland. She joins us from Auckland airport where 10 of her students are performing their work.

1:20 Fashion Week with Daria Maxon

One of the youngest models to take to the catwalk at fashion week this year is 16-year-old Daria Maxon from Paekakariki. She talks about how she accidentally got in to modelling, and how hectic and exciting her first foray into fashion week has been.

NZ Fashion Week model Daria Maxon. Photo courtesy of Red 11.

NZ Fashion Week model Daria Maxon. Photo courtesy of Red 11.

NZ Fashion Week model Daria Maxon. Photo courtesy of Red 11.

NZ Fashion Week model Daria Maxon. Photo courtesy of Red 11.

1:30 Fashion week photographer - Dan Roberts

Turning to the other side of the lens now, and we're speaking to kiwi street-style photographer, Dan Roberts. His work has appeared in Vogue, Elle and on popular shopping sites such as ASOS.

1:35 Rugby World Cup - Mark Stafford

The All Blacks World Cup squad is being announced on Sunday.  And while there's great excitement and anticipation around that, others are betting they won't be raising the cup at the end of the tournament.

1:40 Feature Album

Jeff Buckley - Grace.  Chosen by Melody Thomas

2:10 New Zealand Society

Sir Pita Sharples recalls the 1984 opening ceremony of Te Maori exhibition in New York.

2:15 NZ Live - Hobnail

Hobnail is a four-piece folk rock band from Wellington.  Turning 21 this weekend!

3:10 Food, Wine and Movies

Shepherd Elliott from Ti Kouka cafe presents his recipe for harissa and discusses it's various uses. 

Recipe: Harissa

Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin

Movie Review - Alexander Bisley

New Music - Zac Arnold

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Julie Moffett