Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 31 January 2017

1:10 First song

1:15 Stopping Teen Substance Abuse

According to the New Zealand Drug Foundation, New Zealanders as a population, have some of the higher drug-use rates in the developed world. Thirty two per cent of people aged under 18 report drinking alcohol, on more than three occasions in the past month, and 18 per cent describe themselves as current smokers. But are we doing enough to tackle the problem? Harvey B Milkman is professor of psychology at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and he teaches for part of the year at Reykjavik University, in Iceland. And he has been heavily involved in stamping out teen substance abuse. Twenty years ago, Icelandic teens were among the heaviest-drinking youths in Europe. Today, it tops the European table for the cleanest-living teens. But could this community-approach work here?

Māori suffer disproportionate harm from the use of drugs, especially alcohol and cannabis.

Māori suffer disproportionate harm from the use of drugs, especially alcohol and cannabis. Photo: Pixabay

Claire Barilla

Claire Barilla Photo: supplied

1:25 Taking On the Gaming Industry

With recent talk of equality and women's marches my next guest is a timely one, she's forging roads for females in the male dominated gaming industry. Claire Barilla's a recent graduate of Media Design School and is making waves in the gaming industry after her game art was snapped up by one of New Zealand's largest games company PikPok before she had even finished her last year at school. Also while still at studying Claire and five team mates started their own company releasing two games into the market, one of which won Best Student Award at Play By Play - an international event showcasing an interactive, public exhibition of grassroots game development talent and events.

1.35 Dan Slevin On Film

Hidden Figures - the hit film based on the untold true story of the African-American mathematicians and engineers who helped NASA get to space in the 60s - has just passed 100 million dollars at the US box office and watching it reminded our movie guy, Dan Slevin from RNZ Widescreen, about some of the other great films about NASA and the Space Race.

1:45 Favourite Album

Marty Jones has picked Bryter Layter by Nick Drake.

Bryter Layter by Nick Drake.

Bryter Layter by Nick Drake. Photo: Wikipedia

2:10 Great New Zealand Album: Ladyhawk

Ladyhawk

Pip Brown talks to Jesse about making her eponymous debut album, her musical influences and life in London. 

Ladyhawk was released on 19 September 2008 by Modular Recording. It reached Number 1 in the New Zealand charts. It won 6 awards at the 2009 NZ Music Awards. 

The biggest selling single from the album was in fact the fourth release, My Delirium, which hit number 9 in New Zealand and number 8 on the Australian charts.

Power Play book cover

3:10 How Video Games Can Save the World.

Peace may be the last thing that comes to mind when you think about video games, but former Israeli Army Capt. Asi Burak believes video games can bring positive social change. A new era of video games aim to tackle injustice instead of villains and teach empathy instead of carnage. Burak writes about the upside of gaming in his book, Power Play: How Video Games Can Save the World.

3:30 Science and environment stories

Stories from Our Changing World.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

4:05 The Panel with Catherine Robertson and Neil Miller

 

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
1:00pm - 4:00pm
TUESDAY JANUARY 31st 2017

1:10pm - FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    Laura Marling
TITLE:      Wild Fire    
COMP:     Laura Marling
ALBUM:   Semper Femina
LABEL:    Download

1:45pm - FEATURE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Nick Drake  
TITLE:      One Of These Things First
COMP:     Nick Drake
ALBUM:   Bryter Layter
LABEL:    Island

ARTIST:    Nick Drake  
TITLE:      Fly
COMP:     Nick Drake
ALBUM:   Bryter Layter
LABEL:    Island

2:20pm - ADDITIONAL MUSIC:
ARTIST:    Nick Drake  
TITLE:      Hazey Jane I
COMP:     Nick Drake
ALBUM:   Bryter Layter
LABEL:    Island

2:25pm - GREAT NEW ZEALAND ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Ladyhawke
TITLE:      Paris Is Burning
COMP:     Pip Brown, Roy Kerr, Anu Pillai
ALBUM:   Anxiety
LABEL:    Modular

ARTIST:    Ladyhawke
TITLE:      Professional Suicide
COMP:     Pip Brown, Greg Kurstin
ALBUM:   Anxiety
LABEL:    Modular

ARTIST:    Ladyhawke
TITLE:      My Delirium
COMP:     Pip Brown, Pascal Gabriel, Alex Gray, Hannah Robinson
ALBUM:   Anxiety
LABEL:    Modular

3:30pm - ADDITIONAL MUSIC:
ARTIST:    Joni Mitchell
TITLE:       I Had a King
COMP:     Joni Mitchell
ALBUM:   Song To Seagull
LABEL:    Reprise

4:30pm: - THE PANEL:  HALF-TIME SONG:    
ARTIST:    Chuck Berry
TITLE:      School Days (Ring! Ring! Goes the Bell)
COMP:     Chuck Berry
ALBUM:   After School Session
LABEL:    Chess