Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Thursday 26 January 2017
1:10 First song
1:15 How Quantum Technology is Changing the World
There's a global race to become leaders in quantum technology with billions being invested worldwide. New Zealand, who are pioneers in the field, are contributing at top level to the race. The Dodd Walls Centre's aim is to train a workforce competent in quantum technology who can grow high value industries that provide jobs, attract smart young people and contribute to creating tomorrow's life-changing technologies. Professor Ian Walmsley heads of one of the UK's new multi-million dollar Quantum Technology Hubs, and he's in Dunedin speaking at the centre's annual symposium.
1:25 Rebooting Pork Pie
It has remained one of the most iconic films in New Zealand history, so how on earth, can you improve on the original Blondini epic. No doubt you'll have heard there's a reboot of the 1981 classic, Goodbye Pork Pie, to be released in February. And director, Matt Murphy, has been the man driving the project.
1:35 United Noshes
United Noshes is a series of 194 dinner parties, one for each member of the United Nations, in alphabetical order. It started in 2011 in Brooklyn, squeezing friends and strangers alike into a 500-square-foot apartment. And now they're up to N... and New Zealand is up this weekend. Jesse Friedman is one of the people behind United Noshes, and he's exploring how to cook like a Kiwi.
1:40 Favourite Album
Christy Harcourt has picked Graceland by Paul Simon.
2:10 Theatre Critic
John Smythe from Theatreview.org.nz reviews PUBLIC WORKS and THE LANDEATERS two of the plays in the four part series THE UNDERTOW. This is true community theatre presented by The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Massey University at Soundings Theatre - Te Papa until Sunday.
2:20 Economics with Shamubeel Eaqub
Auckland is now the fourth least affordable city in a survey of 92 cities around the world..
Our economics commentator Shamubeel Eaqub says it's all down to a failure of politics.
Shamubeel Eaqub is an economist and partner at Sense Partners, a boutique economic consultancy. @SEaqub
2:30 The history of the celebrity wedding
Victoria University Historian, Grant Morris looks back at celebrity weddings in New Zealand
3:10 Masterpieces: Sculptor Denis O'Connor
In Masterpieces today, well known and award winning sculptor Denis O'Connor is here to share his favourite sculpture with us. He's been quite busy with his latest work at the Sculpture on the Gulf exhibition which opens to the public tomorrow on Waiheke Island which is also Denis's home. His favourite sculpture is by Richard Serra, Te Tuhirangi Contour which is located at Alan Gibbs Sculpture Farm in Kaipara.
3:25 The Expats: Taking NZ craft beer to the UK
Our expats today are a kiwi couple at the forefront of the growing craft beer culture in London
Jen Ferguson and Glenn Williams started their speciality store, Hop Burns and Black in south London, where they sell craft beers, hot sauce and vinyl
3:30 BBC Witness: The history of Dungeons and Dragons
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
4:05 The Panel with Niki Bezzant and Peter Elliott
Music played in this show
JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
With Megan Whelan
1:00pm - 4:00pm
THURSDAY JANUARY 26th 2017
1:10pm - FIRST SONG:
COMP: Jimmy Destri
ALBUM: No Exit
1:45pm - FEATURE ALBUM:
ARTIST: Paul Simon
COMP: Paul Simon
ARTIST: Paul Simon
COMP: Joseph Shabalala, Paul Simon
ARTIST: Paul Simon
COMP: Lulu Masilela, Jonhjon Mkhalali, Paul Simon
4:30pm: - THE PANEL: HALF-TIME SONG:
ARTIST: The Rolling Stones
COMP: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
ALBUM: Exile On Main Street
LABEL: Rolling Stones