Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 9 November 2015
1:10 First Song
'Adventure Of A Lifetime' (Radio Edit) - Coldplay.
1:15 Saving For A 'No Frills' Retirement - Dr Claire Matthews
Just how much money do you think you'll need for your retirement? A new report suggests there's a growing gap between the cost of living and New Zealand Superannuation payments. It's from Massey University's latest Retirement Expenditure Guidelines. And the author is personal finance researcher, Dr Claire Matthews.
1:27 Floating Homes - Michael Webb-Speight
A new housing development is underway in Auckland. But it's a little different than your average sub-divison. Twenty floating homes are being planned for Gulf Harbour, on Auckland's Waitemata Harbour. Michael Webb-Speight, is a development consultant for the Fairway Bay project.
1:34 Kia Ora Kaikoura - Lynne Smith
Next we're off to the seaside settlement of Kaikoura. Where locals have taken on the task, of trying to raise 3.7 million dollars to build a new hospital. To aid with the effort, local woman Bev Bradbury, came up with the idea of publishing a book about Kaikoura, its food and people. And she enlisted the help of dairy famer, Lynne Smith. The book is called Kia Ora Kaikoura.
1:40 Favourite album
Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys
2:10 The Critics
TV Review - Linda Burgess.
Books - Allan Drew.
Theatre - Craig Beardsworth.
New Music - Colin Morris.
3:10 Feature Interview - Steve Williams
New Zealander Steve Williams says his relationship with Tiger Woods remains like a nasty divorce after spending 13 years as his caddy, and winning 13 major championships with the golfing legend. He says Woods sometimes treated him like a slave and left him to take flak from the media when news of Woods' extra marital affairs first came out. The revelations come in his new memoir, Steve Williams: Out of the Rough. Williams details his start as a schoolboy carrying the bag for his dad at the Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club to working for greats like Sir Bob Charles and Greg Norman.
Williams will be attending a number of meet and greet events across the country through out November.
3:35 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle
One of India’s most beautiful dance traditions from the Maharashtra State is gracing the Wellington stage. Lynda Chanwai-Earle heads to the Diwali Festival in Wellington to learn more about this dance form that’s wildly popular in Bollywood.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Julie Moffet.