Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Thursday 7 April 2016

1:10 First Song

'Can't Let You Do It' - Eric Clapton.

1:15 Child Youth and Family - Benedict Collins

The Government has announced it's overhauling Child Youth and Family today and will be looking to set up a new entity to care for vulnerable children. The Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says a new entity will be created to help reduce the fragmentation of services. Our politcial reporter Benedict Collins was at the announcment.

1:25 Songs for Bubbas 2 - Anika Moa

Anika Moa's album, Songs for Bubbas 2, is set for release tomorrow. So we thought we'd have a catch-up to see how she's been getting on. And find out if this album is designed to get the little tykes to sleep!

1:35 Using Honey As Medicine - Dr Shaun Holt

Professor Shaun Holt, is a medical researcher and adjunct Professor at Victoria University.And he's a bit of an entrepeneur. He has started two clinical trials organisations, formed medical research company Research Review, and is the Scientific Director and a founder of HoneyLab. Shaun talks about using honey as medicine.

1:40 Favourite Album

Ramones - The Ramones.  

2:10 Money with Mary Holm

More advice on personal finance from our expert financial author and columnist, Mary Holm.

2:30 Burnt Barley - Peta Mathias

Today, Part 12 of Peta Mathias' book, 'Burnt Barley,  or  How to Eat, Dance and Sing your way around Ireland'.  In this episode Peta visits Shankill Road in Belfast.

2:40 Executions - Grant Bayldon

There has been a dramatic surge in executions globally, the highest number recorded by Amnesty International in more than 25 years. Three countries - Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia - are responsible for almost 90% of all recorded executions. Grant Bayldon is the Executive Director of Amnesty International.

3:10 Masterpieces - Kevin Biggar

Adventurer Kevin Biggar talks about his favourite view, of the Gertrude saddle.

3:25 Expats - David Suckling  

Jesse meets Police Chief David Suckling, from the Danbury Police Department in New Hampshire.

3:30 Our Changing World

Tracy Melzer, at the New Zealand Brain Research Institute in Christchurch, is using Magnetic Resonance Imaging techniques to track changes in the brains of people with Parkinson's disease. He tells Veronika Meduna that the aim of the research project is to scan for any biomarkers that signal the early stages of dementia, which could then help to develop more effective treatments.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

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

Music played in this show

 

JESSE'S SONG:

 

ARTIST:         Eric Clapton

TITLE:             Can't Let You Do It

COMP:           Eric Clapton

ALBUM:         I Still Do         

LABEL:          Download

 

FEATURE ALBUM:

 

ARTIST:         The Ramones

TITLE:             Chainsaw

COMP:           Joey Ramone

ALBUM:         The Ramones

LABEL:          Sire

 

ARTIST:         The Ramones

TITLE:             Havana Affair

COMP:           Dee Dee Ramone, Johnny Ramone

ALBUM:         The Ramones

LABEL:          Sire

 

ARTIST:         The Ramones

TITLE:             I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend

COMP:           Tommy Ramone

ALBUM:         The Ramones

LABEL:          Sire

 

ARTIST:         The Ramones

TITLE:             Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World

COMP:           Dee Dee Ramone

ALBUM:         The Ramones

LABEL:          Sire

 

ADDITIONAL MUSIC:

 

ARTIST:         Vampire Weekend

TITLE:             Everlasting Arms

COMP:           Ezra Koenig, Rostam Batmanglij

ALBUM:         Modern Vampires of The City

LABEL:          XL

 

ARTIST:         The Phoenix Foundation

TITLE:             Bob Lennon, John Dylan

COMP:           Samuel Flynn Scott, Luke Buda, Conrad Wedde, Tom Callwood, Will Ricketts, Chris O'Connor      

ALBUM:         Give Up Your Dreams

LABEL:          NZOA KHD

 

THE PANEL: HALFTIME SONG

 

ARTIST:         Merle Haggard

TITLE:             Okie From Muscogee

COMP:           Roy Edward Burris, Merle Haggard

ALBUM:         Okie From Muscogee

LABEL:          Capitol