Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 29 July 2015

1:10 Songs You Have To Hear

Inside Out - Avalanche City

1:20 Peace Officer - Brad Barber and Scott Christopherson

The feature documentary, Peace Officer, is playing at the New Zealand International Film Festival. It explores the militarisation and use of SWAT teams, in civilian situations, by local police forces in the US. It won the Grand Jury prize at South by Southwest. Directors, Brad Barber and Scott Christopherson, talk about making it.

1:30 World Bodysurfing Championships - Mike Baker

Nelson man, Mike Baker, is off to compete at the 39th annual World Bodysurfing Championships. He was invited by the Del Mar Bodysurfing Club in San Diego to compete with their team next month. But it hasn't been an easy road to get there.

1:40 Feature Album

Pleased To Meet Me (1987) by The Replacements chosen by Johnny Lane of Auckland.

2:10 Talking Food

Jesse speaks to Delaney Mes, Laura Gabbert and others about food.  

3:10 Tech and innovation - Paul Brislen and Richard Phillips

Paul has been trying to find out what the TPP might hold in store for New Zealand's technology sector.

Richard Phillips from Koordinates discusses a new broadband mapping app. 

3:25 The Wireless - Ollie Neas

In Radio New Zealand's on-line magazine THE WIRELESS, this week, five young New Zealanders lay down the truth about what it's really like living across the ditch.

3:35 Microplastics - Amelia Nurse

Salt, sugar, coconut husks, oatmeal, coffee grounds, apricot kernels - all things that can be used for exfoliating the skin. But increasingly these days, companies are using microplastics or microbeads. And it's surprising what products they turn up in, as Amelia Nurse found out. 

New Zealand Society

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Zara Potts.