Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 12 July 2016

1:10 First song

1:15 New Zealand's forgotten Wimbledon Champion

He was born in New Zealand and won Wimbledon four times, so why isnt he more well known?

Anthony Wilding was born in Christchurch in 1883. He went on to win 11 Grand Slams, including four consecutive Wimbledon titles. He was world number 1 and the first and so far only player from New Zealand to have won a Grand Slam singles title.

Anthony Wilding was killed in action in France in 1915 - while fighting for the British army.

His great niece, Anna Wilding is a White House correspondent and says because he was from the colonies, the British have not given him the recognition he deserves.

1:25 Inconceivable - Dr Andrew Murray

Inconceivable is a six-part documentary series, that follows the hopes and struggles of eight couples, who are trying to conceive, by IVF.

Figures from Statistics New Zealand, show fertility and live birth rates have dropped significantly in New Zealand since the 1970's.

Dr Andrew Murray from Fertility Associates in Wellington discusses infertility and its possible causes.

1:30 Dan Slevin on the films based on Roald Dahl books

1:40 Favourite album

2:10 Book Critic - Pip Adam

2:20 Great New Zealand Album

Midge Marsden

Midge Marsden Photo: Supplied

This week's Great New Zealand Album, is the biggest in the career of a man who has entertained Kiwi's across five decades.  He's a former entertainer of the year and has been recognised for his contribution to music with a New Zealand Order of Merit and an honorary masters degree from Waikato University.  From humble, beginnings as the only Fender Stratocaster guitar owner in the North Island, this blues aficionado has taken his music to many corners of the globe and encouraged a number of high profile musicians to visit these shores.

Today's album under the spot light is "Burning Rain" by Midge Marsden.

Sylvia Patterson "I'm not with the band"

3:10 Sylvia Patterson: I'm not with the band

In 1986, the Pet shop Boys, Madonna and Billy Ocean had number one singles on the Charts, Queen released A Kind of Magic, and a 20 year old woman, left Scotland for London to write for on one of the most popular pop music magazines of the time. As a writer for Smash Hits, Sylvia Patterson interviewed Amy Winehouse, shared a plum with Johnny Cash, was threatened by Eminem  and watched the music industry as she knew it completely change.

30 years later, Sylvia Patterson reflects on her own life, feminism in rock and roll and the demise of music journalism in her book, I'm Not with the Band: A Writer's Life Lost in Music.

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 & THE PANEL 1 - 5pm
Tuesday 12th July

JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST: Lawrence Arabia
TITLE: Another Century
COMP: James Milne
ALBUM: Absolute Truth
LABEL: iTunes

FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST: Miranda Lee Richards
TITLE: Tokyo's Dancing
COMP: Miranda Lee Richards
ALBUM: Echoes of Dreamtime
LABEL: iTunes

ARTIST: Miranda Lee Richards
TITLE: First Light of Winter
COMP: Miranda Lee Richards
ALBUM: Echoes of Dreamtime  
LABEL: iTunes

ARTIST: Miranda Lee Richards
TITLE: Colour So Fine
COMP: Miranda Lee Richards
ALBUM: Echoes of Dreamtime
LABEL: iTunes

THE GREAT NEW ZEALAND ALBUM:  BURNING RAIN
ARTIST: Midge Marsden
TITLE: Burning Rain
COMP: Mike Farrell
ALBUM: Unreleased version
LIVE: Demo
    
ARTIST: Midge Marsden
TITLE: Struck Down By The Blues
COMP: Midge Marsden, Mike Farrell
ALBUM: Burning Rain
LABEL: Jay Rem

ARTIST: Midge Marsden
TITLE: Little Ray
COMP: Mike Farrell
ALBUM: Burning Rain
LABEL: Jay Rem

ARTIST: Midge Marsden
TITLE: Burning Rain (Acoustic Version)
COMP: Mike Farrell
ALBUM: Travel In Time
LIVE: Jay Rem

FEATURE STORY:
ARTIST: Amy Winehouse
TITLE: Back To Black
COMP: Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse
ALBUM: Back To Black
LIVE: Island

THE PANEL HALF TIME SONG:
ARTIST: The Pixies
TITLE: Snakes
COMP: Black Francis
ALBUM: Indie Cindy
LIVE: Pixiesmusic, PIAS