Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 20 March 2017

1:10 First song

1:15 Kaikohe's Lawless Kids

The town of Kaikohe is demanding answers after mobs of youngsters took liquor from a bottle store and vandalised a petrol station on Friday night. Later, a group of youngsters were captured on CCTV, hurling rocks and trying to kick in the glass doors of the Mobil service station. The chair of the National Party's Kaikohe branch, Alan Price, says the issue comes down to increased drug use and a lack of police. And he told Morning Report the solution was to put corporal punishment back into schools.

Northland College principal, Jim Luders, discusses the issues facing Kaikohe.

CCTV footage from the Mobil station in Kaikohe

CCTV footage from the Mobil station in Kaikohe. Photo: Supplied

1:25 Intimacy Rights for the Elderly

Our next guest is exploring issues of intimacy and sexuality of people living in aged-care facilities. And he says residents' rights and safety is at risk, because staff and families don't know how to deal with often complex situations. Mark Henrickson is associate professor from the School of Social Work at Massey University. He's finished a pilot study looking into intimacy issues and the elderly.

Mark Henrickson from the School of Social Work at Massey University has finished a pilot study looking into intimacy issues and the elderly

Mark Henrickson from the School of Social Work at Massey University has finished a pilot study looking into intimacy issues and the elderly Photo: Flickr

1:35 In Zone

At a time when the world has never seemed more divided, one man is trying to bring people together. And it's working. Chicago-born, Terrance Wallace, has enabled more than a hundred teens in New Zealand to create educational and personal success. A documentary, called In Zone, follows Terrance, who after coming to New Zealand on a holiday, was so stunned by news reports of Māori and Pasifika youth falling through the cracks he decided to do something about it. And now, he's taking the model he used in New Zealand, back to his home-town of Chicago. The project has a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds, and donations can be made here.

1:40 Favourite album

2:10 Television Critic Melenie Parkes

Today Melenie talks to Jesse about  . . . .
Sneaky Pete, a crime/family drama, set amongst the world of illegal gambling and confidence tricks.

Feud: Bette and Joan, (SoHo, Tuesdays at 9.30pm) which examines the rivalry between Hollywood legends, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.  Season two will focus on the acrimonious divorce of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.

Needles and Pins, (starts Tuesday 28 March at 8.30pm on Viceland)
Grace Neutral travels the world exploring tattoo culture and body modification.

2:20 The Future of our Regions: Southland

The Chief Executive of Venture Southland, Paul Casson talks about the challenges facing the region. Unlike some rural regions, the population of 98 thousand is expected to grow slightly.

Tiwai Point aluminium smelter.

Tiwai Point aluminium smelter. Photo: Wikicommons

2:30 How fish think

Dr Tony Hickey is an associate professor at the University of Auckland whose interests include mitochondrial function in endemic fish species in the context of climate change. He has also been studying their brains, which are relatively similar our own.

Can't Just Stop (book cover)

Can't Just Stop (book cover) Photo: supplied

3:10 An Investigation of Compulsions

It happens to many of us, we start playing Candy Crush for fun and it turns into a compulsion.

We don't just want to play, we have to play.  We can be compulsive about tidiness or checking our email. It's not an addiction. It's not OCD, it's compulsive behavior.  But it's just a sensible reaction to a stressful world says science writer Sharon Begley.  She examines the science behind behavior that borders on obsession in her new book, Can't Just Stop.: An Investigation of Compulsions.

3:35 Voices

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

4:05 The Panel with Ellen Read and Julia Hartley Moore

 

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
1:00pm - 4:00pm
MONDAY 20th 2017

1:10pm - FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    Stretch
TITLE:      Less Rock, More Roll
COMP:     Anthony Stretch
ALBUM:   Bury All Horses
LIVE:        RNZ Auckland

1:45pm - FEATURE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Grizzly Bear
TITLE:      Knife  
COMP:     Christopher Bear, Edward Droste, Daniel Rossen, Chris Taylor
ALBUM:   Yellow House
LABEL:    Warp

ARTIST:    Grizzly Bear
TITLE:      On A Neck, On A Spit
COMP:     Christopher Bear, Edward Droste, Daniel Rossen, Chris Taylor
ALBUM:   Yellow House
LABEL:    Warp

3:20pm - ADDITIONAL SONG:
ARTIST:    Bombay Bicycle Club     
TITLE:      Shuffle
COMP:     Jack Steadman
ALBUM:   A Different Kind of Fix
LABEL:    Island

4:30pm - PANEL: HALF TIME SONG
ARTIST:    Chuck Berry
TITLE:      Johnny B. Good
COMP:     Chuck Berry
ALBUM:   Chuck Berry Is On Top
LABEL:    Chess