Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 9 May 2016

1:10 First song: Burn the Witch - Radiohead

1:20  Emergency housing funding 'user pays'

The Government will put 41.1 million dollars over four years towards emergency housing. The Social Development Minister, Paula Bennett, made the announcement at the Wellington Night Shelter this morning ahead of the government's budget later this month. She says the money will go towards an additional 3000 places in homeless shelters nationwide. RNZ's reporter, Catherine Hutton, explains what the announcement means.

Mark Weldon

Mark Weldon Photo: Creative Commons

1:25 Weldon's departure "A Classic case of Corporate self destruction" 

Massey University expert in Change management and governance, Bill Kirkley is writing an academic case study based on Mark Weldon's tumultuous reign at Mediaworks. He describes Mr Weldon's recent resignation as "a classic case of corporate self destruction". 

1.35 Tech companies are increasingly dictating what we see on-line 

Why the chronological feed is dying, and tech companies are increasingly dictating what people consume and when

Since we all started using the internet, the information we've got through twitter, facebook, Instagram, blogs and other sites is usually chronological, it comes in a feed and we tend to see the most recent posts at the top.

But that kind of time based sorting is on its way out in favour of the curated feed. The problem is, who is curating it? 

RNZ's head of Digital Glen Scanlon is in the middle of a redesign of RNZ's website amid a rapidly changing digital environment. 

1:40 Favourite album - The Eagles of Death Metal; Heart On 

Royal New Zealand Ballet - Wizard of Oz

Royal New Zealand Ballet - Wizard of Oz Photo: RNZB

2:10 The Critics

Today on The Critics - Television producer and journalist Phil Wallington makes a critical analysis of what's going on in his industry,

Fiction writer and poet Mary McCallum takes a look at new books

Singer / Songwriter and member of The Bads duo Dianne Swann has some musical memories for us.

And we'll review two dance performances via Theatreview.Org, Diedre Tarrant was at the opening night of New Zealand Ballet's WIZARD OF OZ in Wellington and Raewyn Whyte will tell us about the New Zealand Dance Company's current tour - they are still to play Napier, Wellington and New Plymouth.

  Obama and HilaryClinton

Obama and Hilary Clinton Photo: supplied

3:10 White House correspondent Mark Lander 

The secret rivalry between US President Barack Obama and his former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  We talk to Mark Landler, the White House Correspondent for the New York Times about his book,  Alter Egos: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and the Twilight Struggle Over American Power.

3:35 Voices: From Slavery to Steelpan 

Trinidad and Tobago are the birthplace of the steelpan with origins in the drumming traditions from Africa - originally developed to help tolerate the inhumane practices of slavery in the 1700's. 

NZ's first Caribbean Orchestra are busting out the colour and sounds. 

Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets the band, gets taught steelpan drumming and joins them at their Carnival Night in Auckland:

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN 1- 4pm
Monday May 9th

JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST:     Radiohead
TITLE:       Burn The Witch
COMP:      Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Philip Selway
ALBUM:    A Moon Shaped Pool
LABEL:     XL

FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Eagles of Death Metal
TITLE:       Wannabe in L.A.
COMP:     Jesse Hughes, Josh Homme
ALBUM:    Heart On
LABEL:    Downtown

ARTIST:    Eagles of Death Metal
TITLE:       Now I'm a Fool
COMP:     Jesse Hughes, Josh Homme
ALBUM:   Heart On
LABEL:    Downtown

ARTIST:    Eagles of Death Metal
TITLE:       Solo Flights
COMP:     Jesse Hughes, Josh Homme
ALBUM:    Heart On
LABEL:     Downtown

ARTIST:    Eagles of Death Metal
TITLE:       Secret Plans
COMP:     Jesse Hughes, Josh Homme
ALBUM:    Heart On
LABEL:     Downtown

MUSIC CRITIC: Dianne Swann
ARTIST:    Glen Campbell
TITLE:       Witchita Lineman
COMP:     Jimmy Webb
ALBUM:    Wichita Lineman
LABEL:     Capitol
 
ARTIST:    Jason Isbell
TITLE:       Children of Children
COMP      Jason Isbell
ALBUM:    Something More than Free
LABEL:     Southeastern Records

ARTIST:    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
TITLE:       Refugee
COMP:     Tom Petty, Mike Campbell
ALBUM:    Damn the Torpedos
LABEL:     MCA

ADDITIONAL MUSIC:
ARTIST:    Dave Dobbyn
TITLE:       Long Way Across Town
COMP:     Dave Dobbyn
ALBUM:    Anotherland
LIVE:        Sony BMG

THE PANEL - HALF TIME SONG:     
ARTIST:    Bon Jovi
TITLE:       Livin' On A Prayer
COMP:     Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora, Desmond Child
ALBUM:    Slippery When Wet
LABEL:     Mercury