Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 17 August 2015

1:10 Songs You Have To Hear

The Avenue - Miles Calder and the Rumours. 

1:20 India's Daughter - Leslee Udwin

Jyoti Singh, a physiotherapy student, was brutally gang-raped and tortured to death by six men in a moving bus in New Delhi on December 16, 2012. The crimes against the 23-year-old led to widespread protests throughout India. In 2013, four men were sentenced to death after they were convicted of rape and murder. A fifth man died in Tihar Jail. The sixth, who was under the age of 18, was given a three-year sentence. Leslee Udwin, is the director and producer of the documentary, India's Daughter.

1:30 White Man Behind A Desk - Robbie Nicol

Our guest may be New Zealand's very own John Oliver or Jon Stewart. He's Robbie Nicol, also known as 'White Man Behind A Desk'. The Wellingtonian's online show is gathering quite a bit of attention. With the satirical videos having more than 130,000 views across Facebook and YouTube. They deal with topics like, climate change, social bonds and invading Iraq.

1:40 Feature album

Doolittle - The Pixies.  Chosen by Madeleine Hawkesby.

2:10 The Critics

1. TV review - Alex Casey 
2. Books - Pip Adams
3  Video Games - Aaron Scott
4   New Music - Russell Brown

3:10 70 Is The New 50 - Dr Rudi Westendorp 

70 is the new 50. Or so it seems when you look at the stats that show we're living longer. Dr Rudi Westendorp is one of the world's leading experts in geriatric medicine.  He says we shouldn't be afraid about getting older. He's written a book about the ageing revolution  that explains how we can actually embrace being senior citizens.  His book is called 'Growing Old Without Feeling Older'.

3:35 Voices Acrobats - Lynda Chanwai-Earle

Broken bones are just part of the job. Lynda Chanwai-Earle goes backstage with some lucky secondary school students from Wellington as they meet star acrobats and dancers from Shenzhen City, China - to learn more about their lives, cultures and extraordinary skills.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jesse Mulligan and Jim Mora and Noelle McCarthy.