Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 13 April 2015

1:10 Your Song

When The Music's Over - The Doors.  Chosen by Sam Hill

Nga Taonga Sound Vision1:20 New Zealand Retro: Dance Halls 

Robert Consedine was the MC and organiser of the Spencer Street dance

Dawn Morgan and her husband Gary

President of the Auckland Rock n Roll club, Helen Bary

Archival audio supplied by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

2:10 Snowy South - Pam Turnbull

Davis and Brooke from DallasSnow is falling and it may signal an early winter for the South Island. Metservice says a cold front has brought snow to low levels in parts of the South Island.

The weather caused road closures last night, with State Highway 94 between Te Anau and Milford only being re-opened this morning. Pam Turnbull is the owner of Loch Vista Bed and Breakfast located on the highway overlooking Lake Te Anau.

Picture: Davis and Brooke from Dallas, Texas. Stayed overnight at Loch Vista, Te Anau and heading to Milford Sound today. Courtesy of Pam Turnbull.

2:20 Packaged Foods -  Cliona Ni Mhurchu

Packaged foods may be even less healthy than you thought. A new study has found that fewer than half of all packaged foods were healthy enough to actually carry a health claim. The researchers scored more than 23,000 packaged foods and non-alcoholic drinks sold in New Zealand and Australia in 2012. The leader of the study is Professor Cliona Ni Mhurchu from the National Institute for Health Innovation at the University of Auckland.

2:30 NZ Reading: Taming the Tiger by Michael Morrissey

A five-part reading of Michael Morrissey’s frank description of two serious bipolar episodes is told in a riveting and lively manner.

2:45 Feature album

Lust for Life by Iggy Pop (1977) 

3:10 Feature Interview - Tom Yorton

An improv theatre that produces talents like Tina Fey, Bill Murray, James Belushi, Steve Carell and Amy Poehler must be doing something right.  For 50 years, The Second City in Chicago has turned out incredible comedic talent.  What most people don't know is that the top executives at the company have also been helping businesses do better by using principles of improvisation.  Jesse talks to CEO Tom Yorton about their corporate training and their new book, "Yes, And: How Improvisation Reverses 'No, But' Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration."

3:30 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle

104 Mandarin Language Assistants are about to head to primary and secondary schools across the country.  Hailing from different parts of China, these tutors will be billeted with homestays to experience grass roots life here in exchange for teaching Chinese language and culture.  Lynda Chanwai-Earle heads out to meet them during their first welcome to a marae

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

With Simon Mercep, Noelle McCarthy, Niki Bezzant and Chris Wikaira

 

MUSIC DETAILS

Monday 13 April

 

YOUR SONG:

 

ARTIST: The Doors

TITLE:    When The Music's Over

COMP:  Doors

ALBUM:  Strange Days

LABEL:  ELEKTRA     101183

 

RETRO:

 

ARTIST: Ray Colombus

TITLE:    She's A Mod

COMP:  Colombus Ray & The Invaders

ALBUM:  Zodiac Records: Sampler 1964-1972 

LABEL:  ASCENSION 561112

 

ARTIST: Bill Haley And His Comets

TITLE:    Rock Around The Clock

COMP:  DeKnight, Freedman

ALBUM:  Golden Hits

LABEL:  EMI 432014

 

ARTIST: Tom Sharplin

TITLE:    Ready Teddy

COMP:  Blackwell, Marascalco

ALBUM:  Rock Around The Clock

LABEL:  Music World

 

FEATURE ALBUM:

 

ARTIST: Iggy Pop 

TITLE: Lust For Life 

COMP: Bowie, Pop 

ALBUM: Lust For Life

LABEL: VIRGIN   786153

 

ARTIST: Iggy Pop 

TITLE:  The Passenger

COMP: Gardiner, Pop

ALBUM: Lust For Life

LABEL: VIRGIN   786153

 

ARTIST: Iggy Pop 

TITLE:  Tonight

COMP: Bowie, pop

ALBUM: Lust For Life

LABEL: VIRGIN   786153

 

PANEL 1/2 TIME SONG:

 

ARTIST:  Lou Reed

TITLE: Guilty

COMP:  Reed

ALBUM:  The Raven

LABEL:  WARNER      148373