Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Thursday 16 June 2016

1:10 First song

1:15 Stars Of The Darts World descend on Auckland

It's an exciting time for New Zealand darts, as international superstars arrive, for the Auckland Darts Masters tournament. It runs from Friday to Sunday this week. And will feature the top eight professional players in the world, and eight qualifiers.

Rob Szabo

Rob Szabo Photo: you tube

Rob Szabo is a Wellington builder, and he's ranked at New Zealand number one darts player

1:25 Stop The Fax!

Stop the press... or rather, stop the fax. That's what Victoria University Press is doing. The Wellington publisher is assigning their fax machine to the rubbish heap tomorrow.

And they've put a call out there for people to send them the most interesting fax they can. So, we'll see how they're getting on.

Kirsten McDougall is from Victoria University Press.

1:30 Giant hand with face looms over Christchurch

A five-metre-tall sculpture of artist Ronnie Van Hout's hand and facial features has been unveiled today on the roof of the Christchurch City Art Gallery.

He tells Jesse about the work and making art that makes people stop and think.

1:40 Favourite album

2:10 Theatre Critic

2:20 Geoffonomics

Geoff Simmons from the Morgan Foundation discusses the housing bubble. Will it burst?

2:35 The history of resolving disputes in NZ

We all experience disputes in our professional and private lives – it could be at work, in business or at home.The ways in which we have resolved these disputes has changed over time.

Grant Morris of Victoria University explores the history of dispute resolution

3:10 Masterpieces with Ashleigh Young

Ashleigh Young is an editor, essayist and poet. She gained an MA in Creative Writing from the International Institute of Modern Letters in 2009, winning the Adam Prize and has been published widely including her own two poetry collections Magnificent Moon and Can You Tolerate This?

She's in our Wellington studio to tell us about her favourite New Zealand poem.

3:25 The Expats: Wig, beard and moustache maker Richard Muller

Richard Muller went to London to find his fortune in the 1980's. He immediatly began working in wigs and makeup for  theatre, and then started training with an expert moustache and beard maker.

He now specialises in wigs, moustaches and beards and has done makeup and hair for many big film productions.

He's currently visiting New Zealand where he is working on the film The Stolen in Christchurch.

3:30 Science and environment stories

Stories from Our Changing World.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN : AFTERNOONS 1- 4pm
Thursday 16th June

JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST:    Whitney
TITLE:      No Woman
COMP:     Max Kakacek, Julian Ehrlich
ALBUM:   Light Upon The Lake
LABEL:    iTunes

FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Joy Division
TITLE:      Transmission
COMP:     Joy Division
ALBUM:   The Best of Joy Division
LABEL:    London

ARTIST:    Joy Division
TITLE:      Shadowplay
COMP:     Joy Division
ALBUM:   The Best of Joy Division
LABEL:    London

ARTIST:    Joy Division
TITLE:      Atmosphere
COMP:     Joy Division
ALBUM:   The Best of Joy Division
LABEL:    London

ARTIST:    Joy Division
TITLE:      Love Will Tear Us Apart
COMP:     Joy Division
ALBUM:   The Best of Joy Division
LABEL:    London

PANEL HALF TIME SONG:
ARTIST:    The Bee Gees
TITLE:      Words
COMP:     Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb
ALBUM:   Best of The Bee Gees
LABEL:    Festival