Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 19 November 2013

1:10 Best song ever written - Graham Cowley of Te Aroha nominated 'That Lady, Pts. 1 & 2' by Isley Brothers

1:25 Critical Mass

TV - Phil Wallington

Books - Nicky Pellegrino - The Goldfinch  by Donna Tartt

Music - Nick Atkinson

SONG     I'm Depressed - Drab Doo-Riffs    
ARTIST:    Drab Doo-Riffs
TITLE:       I'm Depressed
COMP      Drab Doo-Riffs
ALBUM:    Home Surgery
LABEL:    Liberation

 

ARTIST:    Cory Chisel    

TITLE:        House Over Jordan    
COMP:    Cory Chisel
DURATION:     4' 32"
ALBUM:     Unreleased
LABEL:    RNZ Recording     

Web - Ele Ludemann

What we can learn from tradies:

2:10 Jonestown Massacre - Lucy Williamson from BBC Witness - In November 1978 an American cult leader, Jim Jones, ordered more than 900 people to kill themselves. He had brought his followers to live in a remote settlement in Guyana in South America - they called it Jonestown. One of his disciples who escaped the killing that day, recalls what happened.

2:20 Pike River Tribute

2:30 Reading - We join Eleanor Meecham cycling through South America in episode two of  'Llamas and Empanadas'.
MUSIC DETAILS      
La Ley y la Trampa by Silvia Mujica, sung by Chaqueno Papaveccino, tk 1 CDE 80.302

2:45 Feature album - Shangri La - Jake Bugg (2013)

3:10 Feature iv - Rodrigo Canales, associate professor of organizational behavior at the Yale School of Management on what we can learn about brand management and sophisticated distribution systems from a very unlikely source: The Mexican Drug Cartels.

3:30 Asian Report Lynda Chanwai-Earle - the "Garden of Distant Longing" was created for the people of Dunedin. It involved shipping 4000 tonnes of specially selected rock from Shanghai. Lynda meets the former Mayor of Dunedin Peter Chin, to find out about his contributions of cultural heritage to the city.

4:06 The Panel - Tony Doe (ChCh) and Josie McNaught.(Ak)