Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 3 November 2015

1:10 First Song

'I Could Make You Happy' - Art Of Sleeping

1:15 Pike River Mine Museum - Cory Devine

A West Coast man has designed a tribute, to the 29 men who died at the Pike River mine in 2010. CPIT architecture student, Cory Devine, has designed a museum, and if accepted it will be part of a proposed Pike River Mine memorial and visitor centre, at the former mine. He says is the best way can give back to his community.

1:27 Melbourne Cup - Tony Laker

It's Melbourne Cup time again and Invercargillites are taking to Flemington in style. Invercargill Airport hosted its first chartered international flight with 150 passengers bound for Australia just after seven am. The trip was organised by House of Travel - Lakers, owner-operator Tony Laker, who is at Flemington.

1:34 Feature Interview - Weird Al Yankovic  

Multiple grammy award winner Alfred Matthew Yankovic - also known as Weird Al - is heading to our shores in January to play two shows in Auckland and Christchurch. 

1:40 Favourite Album

Joplin: The Red Back Book by the New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble, director Gunther Schuller. 

2:10 Scene Of The Crime: Twelve Extraordinary Tales Of Crime And Punishment In Modern New Zealand - Steve Braunias

Our next guest has been at the scene of the crime, so to speak. Award-winning journalist, author and columnist, Steve Braunias, has been looking into tales of samurai sword attacks and brutal murders. His new book, The Scene Of The Crime: Twelve Extraordinary Tales of Crime and Punishment in Modern New Zealand, tells the tales of 12 grisly crimes. And he's here in our Auckland studio to talk about the non-fiction work.

2:20 Great New Zealand Concerts - Nambassa

The great New Zealand concert takes a different shape this week, instead of just one, we reflect on a series of festivals from the late 70s and early 80s. Known as Nambassa, the festival ran over a number of days in 78, 79 and 81, in and around Waihi. Its focus was on peace, love and harmony and has been described as New Zealand's Woodstock.

3:10 Feature Interview - James Bond Music

James Bond Music

Photo: Supplied/ Oxford University Press

It's not just martini's shaken but not stirred that are quintessentially James Bond. With each of the 24 Bond films spanning 50 years comes a theme song that sets the scene for the film and the year it was made. Two Stanford University professors have analysed the Bond themes, from Shirley Bassey's classic "Goldfinger" in 1964 to the new Sam Smith song for Spectre, the newest James Bond movie coming out in New Zealand on November 22nd. Their book, "The James Bond Songs: Pop Anthems Of Late Capitalism" argues why  theme songs don't just set the mood for a Bond film but also tell a story about the evolution of pop music. 

3:30 Our Changing World - Alison Ballance

Every year Whaingaroa Harbour Care grows and plants 120,000 native plants along streams and waterways around Raglan's harbour. Most of these riparian plantings are on local farms, and Alison Ballance meets farmers David Peacocke and Craig Rowlandson, and Harbour Care's Fred Lichtwark, to find out how cleaner streams mean more fish in the harbour and better farming.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Julie Moffett.

Music played in this show

JESSE'S SONG:

ARTIST: Art of Sleeping
TITLE: I could make you happy
COMP: Art of Sleeping
ALBUM: Shake Shiver
LABEL: Universal

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST: New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble
TITLE: Maple Leaf Rag
COMP: Joplin
ALBUM: The Red Back Book
LABEL: Angel

ARTIST: New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble
TITLE: Cascades
COMP: Joplin
ALBUM:The Red Back Book
LABEL: Angel

ARTIST: New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble
TITLE: Easy Winners
COMP: Joplin
ALBUM: The Red Back Book
LABEL: Angel

ARTIST: New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble
TITLE: Elite Syncopations
COMP: Joplin
ALBUM: The Red Back Book
LABEL: Angel

GREAT NEW ZEALAND CONCERT:

ARTIST: Chapman & White
TITLE: Nambassa Song
COMP: Chapman & White
ALBUM: Festival Music: From The 1979 Nambassa Festival [Live]
LABEL: Stetson

ARTIST: Split Enz
TITLE: I see Red
COMP: Finn
ALBUM: Festival Music: From The 1979 Nambassa Festival [Live]
LABEL: Stetson

ARTIST: Barry McGuire
TITLE: Eve Of Destruction
COMP: McGuire
ALBUM: Songs Of Protest
LABEL: Rhino

ARTIST: Little River Band
TITLE: Days on the road
COMP: Goble
ALBUM: Little River Band: Reminiscing, The Twentieth Anniversary (Compilation)
LABEL: Capitol

ARTIST: Split Enz
TITLE: Bold As Brass
COMP: Finn
ALBUM: Festival Music: From The 1979 Nambassa Festival [Live]
LABEL: Stetson

HALF TIME:

ARTIST: Mike Brady
TITLE: That Tuesday in November
COMP: Brady
ALBUM: n/a
LABEL: n/a