Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 28 April 2015

1:10 Your Song

Wannabe by the Spice Girls.  Chosen by Kathleen Burns

1:20 The Critics

1. TV review - Phil Wallington
2. Books - Wendyl Nissen
3 Music - Zac Arnold
4. Web - Steve McCabe

(Steve's links: Pic Monkey, Playlister, The 13th Floor

2:10 Nepal - Carmen Leonard

A New Zealand film crew beileve they were the last major crew to capture images in Kathmandu. The crew of the upcoming television series, Hillary, left for Varanasi just days before the devastating 7.8 quake hit on Saturday. More than 4000 people are known to have died in the quake and more than 6000 were injured. Dozens of people are also reported to have been killed in neighbouring China and India. Carmen Leonard is the producer of Hillary.


Drone footage has been released on youtube showing aerial view of the destruction incluing Durbar Square.

2:20 Ham Radio -  Phillip Conza

A Blenheim amateur radio ham has been monitoring the airwaves for 16 hours a day, to ensure emergency messages can get out of Nepal. Phillip Conza is part of a worldwide amateur radio network

2:30 NZ Reading - Milk by Susy Pointon

Can you find love in a milking shed? Tanya escapes her past and drags her kids and alcoholic ex north to the Hokianga, where she soon finds herself living and working on a dairy farm  

2:45 Feature album

The Whitestripes. Elephant (2003)

3:10 Feature interview - Joakim Kleven & Frida Ottessen

Two years ago  this month, five factories under one roof in Bangladesh collapsed killing more than a thousand garment workers and injuring 2500 more.   The factories supplied clothing for Western brands.  It is one of the largest workplace disasters in modern history.  But for many garment workers, conditions have not improved since the disaster and demand for cheap clothing hasn't changed either.  

(See the video by Joakim Kleven & Frida Ottessen here)

3:35 Our Changing World

AgResearch scientists announced today that they have identified five compounds that reduce methane emissions from livestock by up to 90 per cent in initial short-term trials, providing a technology that could significantly reduce New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions.  Stories from Our Changing World.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Simon Mercep, Zoe George, Jane Bowron and Graham Bell 

 

MUSIC DETAILS

Tuesday 28 April

YOUR SONG:

ARTIST:  The Spice Girls
TITLE:  Wannabe
COMP:  Rowe, Spice Girls, Stannard
ALBUM: Spice
LABEL:  VIRGIN    842174

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST:  The White Stripes  
TITLE:  Seven Nation Army
COMP:  White
ALBUM: Elephant
LABEL:  XL    401622

ARTIST:  The White Stripes  
TITLE:  I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
COMP:  Bacharach, David
ALBUM: Elephant
LABEL:  XL    401622

ARTIST:  The White Stripes  
TITLE:  The Hardest Button To Button
COMP:  White
ALBUM: Elephant
LABEL:  XL    401622

ARTIST:  The White Stripes  
TITLE:  There's No Home For You Here
COMP:  White
ALBUM: Elephant
LABEL:  XL    401622

PANEL HALF-TIME:  

ARTIST:  Gary Numan     
TITLE:   Metal
COMP:  Numan  
ALBUM:  The Pleasure Principle
LABEL:   BEGGARSBANQUET    182063