Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm Index

There are 20,217 audio items dating back to 01 Nov, 2005 in the Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm library.

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Thursday, 26 May 2016

  • 1:13 Growing tourism pressure on regions;
  • 1:22 Update on St Dominic College ball dress controversy;
  • 1:28 Mouse eradication for Antipodes Islands;
  • 1:42 Last trip for old Wellington trains;
  • 1:47 Favourite album;
  • 3:10 Masterpieces with Dunedin Astronomer, Ian Griffin;
  • 3:28 Expat: Chris Holm in Jakarta;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 26 May 2016;
  • 9:20 Learning from past floods

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

  • 1:10 Island Bay cycleway dug up?;
  • 1:27 Low cut ball dress ban;
  • 1:36 Sound Archives: The hit parades;
  • 1:40 Favourite Album - Irish Tour '74;
  • 2:10 Fat lot of good ;
  • 2:35 Bookmarks: Photographer Nikki Denholm;
  • 3:25 Geoffonomics: Ghost houses;
  • 3:25 The history of beards and moustaches in NZ;
  • 3:25 The Wireless: When your phone tells you beauty = whiteness;
  • 3:46 The Panel pre-show for 25 May 2016;
  • 9:45 Healthy homes: a breath of fresh air

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

  • 1:12 Rescuer of the snow bound 4WD club members;
  • 1:22 Largest public art gift ever given to Hamilton;
  • 1:35 Why is Lego getting so violent?;
  • 1:45 Favourite album - Dig Lazarus Dig!!!;
  • 2:10 New Twizel street lights impacting on dark sky reserve;
  • 2:20 Great New Zealand Album - Silencer by Zed;
  • 3:10 Dr Kang Lee: why children lie;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 24 May 2016;
  • 9:36 Solar storms and electricity supply

Monday, 23 May 2016

  • 1:15 Update on attempts to rescue group of drivers stranded in snow;
  • 1:20 Community newspaper of the year;
  • 1:27 Kiwi actress selected for prestigious London acting school;
  • 1:33 New Zealand's top Speed Cuber;
  • 1:50 Favourite album: Pixies 'Bossanova';
  • 2:10 TV Review - Melenie Parkes;
  • 2:20 Book Review - Vanda Symon;
  • 2:30 Music with Simon Sweetman;
  • 2:40 Art with Joe Prisk;
  • 2:50 Theatre Review with John Smythe;
  • 3:10 Set Phasers to Stun: Marcus Berkmann on 50 years of Star Trek;
  • 3:30 Thingyan! Burmese celebrate their New Year;
  • 3:45 The Panel Pre-Show for 23 May 2016

Friday, 20 May 2016

  • 9:35 Lipoprotein(a) - little known but high risk for heart disease;
  • 1:14 Queenstown warned it could become like exclusive Aspen;
  • 1:25 Women only job ads for University mathematics roles;
  • 1:35 Critter of the Week;
  • 1:46 Favourite album;
  • 2:22 NZ Live: Avalanche City;
  • 3:09 Food: eating locusts;
  • 3:19 Wine: Australian wine critic, Nick Stock;
  • 3:26 Movies with Richard Swainson;
  • 3:36 Music for the weekend;
  • 3:44 The Panel pre-show for 20 May 2016

Thursday, 19 May 2016

  • 1:14 Explaining the Auckland Housing Crisis;
  • 1:25 Pilot says Lake Pukaki foreshore being seriously damaged by tourists;
  • 1:35 New Zealand's Wikipedia edit-athon;
  • 1:45 Favourite album - Wildflowers;
  • 2:10 Money with Mary Holm;
  • 2:35 Trans-Tasman netball series is no longer;
  • 2:50 Understanding Brexit: Professor David Mayes;
  • 3:10 Masterpieces: Nick Ward;
  • 3:20 The Expats: Kate Hardcastle in Kangaroo Valley;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 19 May 2016;
  • 9:06 Goodie goodie - bird watching with Bill Oddie

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

  • 1:17 Olympics Doping Crackdown;
  • 1:30 Protecting your data in the cloud;
  • 1:41 Sound archives: The Battle for Crete;
  • 1:50 Favourite album: Grace and Danger by John Martyn;
  • 2:12 Changes for Auckland super gold card holders;
  • 2:19 Bookmarks with Miranda Harcourt;
  • 3:07 Geoffonomics: Tax Cuts;
  • 3:25 History: Maori representation on local bodies;
  • 3:46 The Panel pre-show for 18 May 2016

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

  • 1:12 Sensitive Land Sale Approved In Exchange for Tech Donation;
  • 1:25 NASA's Balloon Finally Takes Off In Wanaka;
  • 1:35 Joy Cowley on Featherston booktown;
  • 1:45 Favourite Album - Where have you been all my life?;
  • 2:10 Space debris causes chip in space station window;
  • 2:20 Great New Zealand Album: Riverhead, by Goldenhorse;
  • 3:10 Joseph Mazur: The math and myth of coincidence;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 17 May 2016;
  • 9:45 Fat Science

Monday, 16 May 2016

  • 1:10 Council rejects attempt to stop it from using toxic pesticides;
  • 1:23 'The last bastion of chauvinism' in New Zealand Sport;
  • 1:33 An insiders guide to the Eurovision Song Contest;
  • 1:40 Favourite Album - Jailbreak;
  • 2:10 TV review with Melenie Parkes;
  • 2:20 Music review with Kate Robertson;
  • 2:40 Books with Allan Drew;
  • 2:53 Theatre review with Patrick Davies;
  • 3:10 Steven Hyden: Rock N Roll Rivalries;
  • 3:30 I AM – not your stereotypical African!;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 16 May 2016

Friday, 13 May 2016

  • 1:15 Kiwi, Craig Rowland who was evacuated from the Alberta fires;
  • 1:25 Massey High School's graffiti art project ;
  • 1:30 Critter of the Week - the Inanga;
  • 1:40 Favourite Album - The Stone Roses (self-titled);
  • 2:15 New Zealand Live with Auckland Alt/Indie/Pop Quartet The Leers;
  • 3:10 Food with Dariush Lolaiy;
  • 3:20 Drinks with Yvonne Lorkin;
  • 3:30 Film review with Richard Swainson;
  • 3:40 Music 101 preview;
  • 3:45 The Panel Pre-Show for 13 May 2016

Thursday, 12 May 2016

  • 1:10 Tami Neilson wins self-managed artist award;
  • 1:20 John Edwards, Privacy commissioner on Privacy week issues;
  • 1:31 Shark scientist - Riley Elliot;
  • 1:41 Favourite Album;
  • 2:08 Money with Mary Holm;
  • 2:47 Alexandre Tortoriello;
  • 3:08 Masterpieces: Michael Fitzgerald on colonial history;
  • 3:27 The Expats: Sally Warring;
  • 3:50 The Panel pre-show for 12 May 2016;
  • 3:50 The Panel pre-show for 12 May 2016

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

  • 1:10 Seismic shift in print media;
  • 1:25 Tax expert answers your questions about the Panama Papers;
  • 1:30 Tourism and the Rena wreck;
  • 1:40 Sound archives - the huia;
  • 1:45 Favourite album - Collective Soul;
  • 2:08 Who are the young athletes going the Rio Olympics?;
  • 2:20 Mathematics and Black holes: Professor Roy Kerr;
  • 3:10 Geoffonomics: The economics of 1080 vs trapping;
  • 3:23 The Wireless - Ellen Falconer;
  • 3:27 Business scandals in NZ - The Historical Context;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 11 May 2016

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

  • 1:13 Major shortage of plumbers;
  • 1:27 Timaru wants a new slogan;
  • 1:37 Australia adds 49 species to threatened and endangered lists;
  • 1:45 Favourite Album - Look Blue Go Purple compilation LP;
  • 2:10 NZ Anglican church remains split over same sex blessings;
  • 2:20 The Great New Zealand Album - Second Hand Planet by Opshop;
  • 3:10 'Modern mothers treat their babies like little gods';
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 10 May 2016;
  • 9:06 Shedding light on Māori health

Monday, 9 May 2016

  • 1:14 Emergency housing funding 'user pays';
  • 1:21 Weldon's departure "A classic case of corporate self destruction";
  • 1:34 Tech companies are increasingly dictating what we see on-line;
  • 1:43 Favourite album;
  • 2:08 TV review - Phil Wallington;
  • 2:20 Books - Mary McCallum;
  • 2:29 Music - Dianne Swann;
  • 2:47 Ballet - Deidre Tarrant;
  • 2:52 Theatre - Raewyn Whyte;
  • 3:08 White House correspondent Mark Landler on Obama, Clinton, Sanders and Trump;
  • 3:30 From Slavery to Steelpan – NZ's Freedom Music;
  • 3:46 The Panel pre-show for 9 May 2016

Friday, 6 May 2016

  • 3:30 Shoes cost more than the latest tech gadget;
  • 1:25 Critter of the Week: the tusked weta;
  • 1:27 Will robots replace GPs?;
  • 1:35 There's nothing to go back to;
  • 1:50 Favourite Album - Bleeding Star by JPS Experience;
  • 2:10 Luxury at Clematis Ginza;
  • 2:20 New Zealand Live - Auckland Indie/Pop Band Mice On Stilts;
  • 3:08 Food writer, Delaney Mes on the grazing table trend;
  • 3:25 Film Reviewer, Dr Richard Swainson;
  • 3:30 Big Red Wines for Winter;
  • 3:30 Music 101 preview with Yadana Saw;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 6 May 2016

Thursday, 5 May 2016

  • 1:17 Porirua's under water following heavy rain;
  • 1:24 Marine Archaeologists confirm they've found the Endeavour;
  • 1:39 A floating food forest;
  • 1:47 Favourite Album;
  • 2:13 Money with Mary Holm;
  • 2:35 Australia's multi billion dollar submarine deal;
  • 2:41 Porirua Update;
  • 3:09 Masterpieces - Paula Morris;
  • 3:26 The Expats - Meryl Emmerton;
  • 3:46 The Panel pre-show for 5 May 2016;
  • 9:06 Genetic impacts of crop domestication

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

  • 1:15 Phil Wallington on Weldon's resignation;
  • 1:27 Fashion and Pollution ;
  • 1:34 Lardy Labs ;
  • 1:42 Sound Archives - Sarah Johnston;
  • 1:51 Favourite album;
  • 2:07 A call for an extenstion to the breast screening programme;
  • 2:17 Bookmarks with Mark Rocket, Internet Entrepreneur;
  • 3:07 Geoffonomics - Geoff Simmons;
  • 3:26 The Wireless Preview - Hussain Moses;
  • 3:27 History - Jacinta Ruru;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 4 May 2016

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

  • 1:14 Kiwi Leicester City fan celebrating historic victory;
  • 1:24 Proposal to create 80 hectare wetland in Bay of Plenty;
  • 1:35 Using honey bees to uncover the mysteries of anaesthesia-induced jetlag ;
  • 1:43 Feature Album - Magical Mystery Tour;
  • 2:09 Bitcoin Mystery;
  • 2:18 Great NZ Album - Pet;
  • 3:10 James Kerr on what the All Blacks can teach us about success;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 3 May 2016;
  • 9:46 Whitebait mysteries – unravelling the lives of baby native fish

Monday, 2 May 2016

  • 1:16 Embattled TV3 CEO, Mark Weldon, fronts up to board meeting;
  • 1:24 New political support for campaign over bad hospital food;
  • 1:33 Wellington community band kicked out of inner-city practice space;
  • 1:43 Favourite Album;
  • 2:10 TV review - Linda Burgess;
  • 2:20 Books - Pip Adam;
  • 2:30 Music - Colin Morris;
  • 2:49 Theatre - Terry McTavish;
  • 3:07 Film critic AO Scott;
  • 3:30 Best NZ Poems go bilingual;
  • 3:49 The Panel pre-show for 2 May 2016

Friday, 29 April 2016

  • 1:10 Anti-Vax Sentiment - Brian Deer;
  • 1:30 NZ Banknotes - Mahdi Bseiso;
  • 1:39 Critter of the Week - Nicola Toki;
  • 1:50 Favourite Album - Live After Death;
  • 2:15 The Poet and the Runaway;
  • 2:20 New Zealand Live - Jesse Wilde & the Drive;
  • 3:10 Food with Annabelle Langbein;
  • 3:20 Wine with Maciej Zimney;
  • 3:30 Film Review with Dr Richard Swainson;
  • 3:40 Music with Melody Thomas;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 29 April 2016

Thursday, 28 April 2016

  • 1:14 The Future Of Huntly - Allan Sanson;
  • 1:23 $20,000 Donation Keeps Youthline Afloat - Stephen Bell;
  • 1:34 Real Life CSI - Dion Sheppard;
  • 1:45 Favourite Album;
  • 2:10 Money - Mary Holm;
  • 2:49 Chris Parkinson - Derek Lowe;
  • 3:09 Masterpieces - Gaylene Preston;
  • 3:26 The Expats - Christopher Foulkes;
  • 3:46 The Panel pre-show for 28 April 2016;
  • 9:40 Acting on climate change - Royal Society of NZ report

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

  • 1:12 Norfolk Islanders Present Petition At UN - Andre Nobbs;
  • 1:22 Designing healthier low-cost bread;
  • 1:35 Sound Archives - Sarah Johnston;
  • 1:44 Favourite Album;
  • 2:07 Autonomous Car - Alain Brideson;
  • 2:21 Bookmarks: Nicky Pellegrino;
  • 3:10 Geoffonomics - Geoff Simmons;
  • 3:20 History - Grant Morris;
  • 3:28 Manus Island - Alex Perrotet;
  • 3:50 The Panel pre-show for 27 April 2016;
  • 9:38 Thar she goes! On the tail of the Kermadec humpback whales

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

  • 1:08 Beyoncé's 'Lemonade';
  • 1:23 Gimme Shelter - James Crow;
  • 1:33 Flashdance - Julia Macchio;
  • 1:45 Favourite Album - The Final Cut;
  • 2:10 Anzacs Rising;
  • 2:20 Great New Zealand Album - Time and Tide;
  • 3:10 Feature interview - Danielle Feinberg;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 26 April 2016;
  • 9:06 Survivors - New Zealand's tiny native frogs

Friday, 22 April 2016

  • 1:19 Wartime Propaganda - Steph Gibson;
  • 1:28 Pacific Impacts of War - Grace Hutton;
  • 1:40 Gallipoli: The Scale of our War - Kirstie Ross;
  • 1:47 Favourite Album - Michael Hall;
  • 2:20 NZ Live - Paddy Burgin's Wooden Box Band;
  • 3:10 Food with Martin Bosley;
  • 3:20 Wine with Joelle Thomson;
  • 3:25 Film review with Dr Richard Swainson;
  • 3:30 Music with Melody Thomas;
  • 3:45 The Panel pre-show for 22 April 2016

Thursday, 21 April 2016

  • 1:15 How To Drive A Dinosaur - Scott Wright;
  • 1:25 The light and shade of workplace humour;
  • 1:35 Comedy Festival - Ben Hurley;
  • 1:45 Favourite Album - Jumpin' Jive;
  • 2:10 Money - Mary Holm;
  • 2:45 Critter of the Week - Nicola Toki;
  • 3:10 Masterpieces - Richard Till;
  • 3:25 The Expats - Mike Noakes;
  • 3:45 The Panel Pre-Show for 21 April 2016;
  • 9:20 Shy fish, bold fish - insights into the lives of native fish

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