Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Thursday 17 November 2016

1:10 First song :  Sachi "Hold On"

Sachi

Will Thomas and Nick Chrisp are Sachi Photo: Supplied

Will Thomas and Nick Chrisp are an electronic-pop duo from Auckland who came together as 15 year olds to make beats and find their own unique sound.  They're ambitious too; both have set high goals including, one day, winning a grammy.  They are among four, vying to win the Breakthrough Artist of The Year category at tonight's Vodafone Music Awards at Vector Arena.

1:15 Simon Morton on exploring remote parts of quake hit Kaikoura

RNZ's Simon Morton has been able to visit remote cut off communities up the Clarence river valley thanks to his trusty mountain bike. He arrived back in Wellington late this morning and will talk about the people he has met and the damage he has seen

Simon Morton in Kaikoura

Simon Morton in Kaikoura Photo: RNZ/Simon Morton

1:25 Government announces recovery package for Kaikoura

RNZ's political editor, Jane Patterson has the details

Anne Tolley and Steven Joyce announce quake recovery package

Anne Tolley and Steven Joyce announce quake recovery package Photo: RNZ

1:30 Disorientated crayfish, uplifted reefs and dying paua

Paua and crayfish stranded after the earthquake

Paua and crayfish stranded after the earthquake Photo: RNZ/Simon Morton

Is this an ecological and economical disaster...  and will the marine environment recover? Dr Sharyn Goldstien of Canterbury University is a marine ecology lecturer and co-ordinator around field stations.

1:35 Censorship in a digital age

Censorship in New Zealand

One hundred years ago, film censorship was introduced to New Zealand, making it illegal to show any film without it first being passed by the Censor. From 16 to 26 November, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision will mark the centenary with a season of banned films and debate, called CENSORED. There is a public discussion happening tonight, and one panellist speaking, is chief censor Dr Andrew Jack.

1:40 Favourite album: Macklemore and Ryan Lewis: This Unruly Mess I've Made

2:10 Theatre Critic Deidre Tarrant

Graduation Season at The New Zealand School of Dance

Graduation Season at The New Zealand School of Dance Photo: Supplied

Classical ballet and contemporary dance students from the New Zealand School of Dance perform breathtaking choreography as they step boldly into dance careers.  Graduation Season brings together the hard work of accomplished students and distinguished tutors in a beautifully presented production which is reviewed today by Deirdre Tarrant

Economist, Shamubeel Eaqub

Economist, Shamubeel Eaqub Photo: supplied

2:20 Economics with Shamubeel Eaqub

Every second Thursday at this time, Jesse usually talks economics with Geoff Simmons from the Morgan Foundation. Geoff is now involved in Gareth Morgan's new political party

But we are lucky that eminent economist Shamubeel Eaqub has agreed to take over. Today he talks disaster economics. In light of the recent quakes, what is their impact on the economy?

2:35 Winning the popular vote but losing the election

Donald Trump won the 2016 US Election despite losing the popular vote to Hilary Clinton. This is the fifth time this has happened in US history and is due to the US Electoral College voting system.  

We have also experienced elections here in New Zealand in which the party with the most votes lost. Victoria University Grant Morris looks back.

Robert Muldoon campaigning, 1981

Robert Muldoon campaigning, 1981 Photo: Ministry of Culture and Heritage

3:10 Masterpieces with Kate Camp

To the Is Land by Janet Frame

To the Is Land by Janet Frame Photo: wikipedia

Our guest on Masterpieces this week was recently announced as this years Katherine Mansfield Menton Fellow.

Poet, Kate Camp will go to Menton in the South of France for 6 months next year.

And today she has chosen a masterpiece to share with us

3:25 The Expats: Thalia Kehoe Rowden in Chiang Mai

Our expat today is a former Baptist minister, now based in Chiang Mai, in Thailand, where she does development, raises her two children andwrites about parenting, social justice and spirituality on her blog site, Sacraparental.com

She also writes a parenting column for The Spinoff

3:30 BBC Witness

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
With Jim Mora
1:00pm - 4:00pm
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17th 2016

1:10pm - JIM'S SONG :
ARTIST:    Sachi
TITLE:       Hold On
COMP:     Will Thomas, Nick Chrisp    
ALBUM:    Lunch With Bianca EP
LABEL:    iTunes

1:45pm - FAVORITE ALBUM :
ARTIST:    Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
TITLE:       Growing Up
COMP:     Ben Haggerty, Ryan Lewis, Ed Sheeran, Joshua Karp, Owuor Arunga, Josh Rawlings
ALBUM:    This Unruly Mess I've Made.
LABEL:    ADA

ARTIST:    Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
TITLE:       White Privilege II  (feat: Jamilia Woods)
COMP:     Ben Haggerty, Ryan Lewis, Jamila Woods,  Hollis Wong-Wear, Ahamefule Oluo, Joshua Karp, Darian Asplund, Evan Flory-Barnes, Josh Rawlings, Larry Griffin Jr, Glen Reynolds
ALBUM:    This Unruly Mess I've Made.
LABEL:    ADA

ARTIST:    Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
TITLE:       Downtown   (feat: Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee and Grandmaster Caz)     
COMP:     Ben Haggerty, Ryan Lewis, Eric Nally, Melvin Glover, Mohandes Dewese, Curtis Fisher, Karp Rawlings, Jacob Dutton, Evan Flory-Barnes, Tim Haggerty,
ALBUM:    This Unruly Mess I've Made.
LABEL:    ADA

4:30pm - THE PANEL:
ARTIST:    Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
TITLE:       Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (That Cigarette)
COMP:     Merle Travis, Tex Williams
ALBUM:    Country Casanova
LABEL:    MCA