Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 5 May 2015

1:10 Your Song

Father And Son - Cat Stevens.  Chosen by Russell Watts   

1:20 The Critics

TV - Irene Gardiner  

Books - Vanda Symon

Music - Colin Morris

Digital - Ben Gracewood on That Way We’re All Writing Now, and Emoji, the new language of the internet   

2:10 Iroquois - David Watmuff

The RNZAF says goodbye to the last of its Iroquois helicopters.

Iroquois helicopter
Number 3 Squadron Iroquois, with a monsoon bucket

Gallery: Iroquois helicopters

Joe Morton2:20 Songwriter - Joe Morton

Joe Morton has just won a prize in the US-based international songwriting competition for his song, Giants 

2:30 NZ Reading - The Conductor

Nikolai talks with Shostakovich about his inability to love his 8 year old daughter Sonya, scared that his love could destroy her in the same way he thinks it destroyed the life of his beloved wife. By the end of summer he's able to enjoy her, meaning his sister in law Tanya can give up full guardianship and only needs to come in to cook and clean. Out on a walk, Nikolai and Sonya meet Nina Bronnikova, a dancer with the Kirov 

2:45 Feature album

Mumford And Sons.  Wilder Minds

3:10 Feature interview - Barat Ali Batoor

When an estimated 800 asylym seekers drowned trying to reach Europe, some newspapers suggested looking to Australia's tough border policies for answers. Photographer Barat Ali Batoor knows how hard it is to seek asylum in Australia.  Originally from Afghanistan, he paid human smugglers and boarded a boat from Indonesia to try and get to Australia and nearly died at sea himself. Eventually he was granted asylum through the UN and now he shares photos and stories of the dangerous voyage and the desperation of people willing to cross oceans for a better life. 

3:35 Devil Disease - Alison Ballance

In less than 20 years a communicable cancer called devil facial tumour disease has wiped out 85% of Australia's Tasmanian devil population. But as genetics expert Kathy Belov tells Alison Ballance, researchers are hopeful of developing a vaccine and optimistic that the noisy marsupial isn't about to become extinct in the wild

Stories from Our Changing World.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Noelle Mccarthy, Jim Mora, Tim Watkin and Tony Doe

 

MUSIC DETAILS

Tuesday 5 May  

YOUR SONG:

ARTIST: Cat Stevens    
TITLE:   Father And Son
COMP: Stevens
ALBUM:  Tea For The Tillerman
LABEL:    ISLAND    870888

2:25pm:

ARTIST:  Joe Morton  
TITLE:   Giants
COMP: Morton
(Supplied by composer)

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Mumford And Sons
TITLE:  Believe  
COMP:  Mumford And Sons
ALBUM: Wilder Mind  
LABEL:  DEWPROCESS

ARTIST: Mumford And Sons
TITLE:  The Wolf
COMP:  Mumford And Sons
ALBUM: Wilder Mind  
LABEL:  DEWPROCESS

ARTIST: Mumford And Sons
TITLE:  Snake Eyes
COMP:  Mumford And Sons
ALBUM: Wilder Mind  
LABEL:  DEWPROCESS

ARTIST: Mumford And Sons
TITLE:  Ditmas
COMP:  Mumford And Sons
ALBUM: Wilder Mind  
LABEL:  DEWPROCESS

PANEL HALF-TIME:  

ARTIST:  Henry Mancini  
TITLE:    Baby Elephant Walk
COMP:  Mancini
ALBUM: Hatari
LABEL:   RCA    352559