Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Thursday 30 March 2017

1:10 First song

1.15 Auckland Transport Woes

Apologies to the rest of the nation, but we need to talk about Auckland's traffic woes. Journalist, Simon Wilson, has been thinking about how the crisis happened. And, he says 'Transport planning is a complete bloody mess'... and it will only get worse.

1.25 The Game of Awesome

A new learning tool is proving so popular with kids, they spend their lunchtime still playing it. The Game of Awesome is a card game aimed at inspiring students to write. It was developed with a specific focus on suitability for boys in years five to eight. And won the coveted 'purple pin' award at last year's Best Design awards. Robert Whitaker is from Chrometoaster, the company that developed the game.

Game of Awesome from Ministry of Education on Vimeo.

1:35 Beauty and The Beast

The new Disney remake of Beauty and the Beast is released in New Zealand cinemas today. And the modern classic has drawn criticism and controversy. Lorna Piatti Farnell is associate professor of Popular Media and Cultural History, at AUT. And she even teaches a paper called 'Popular Monsters'.

1:40 Favourite album: Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws by Bruce Cockburn

2:10 Theatre Critic:

Our theatre reviewer today is Janet Whittington, a writer and reviewer of Arts, Dance & Theatre for the Nelson Mail and Theatreview.org.nz
Janet's been to Nelson's historic Fairfield House to watch Footnote New Zealand Dance's latest production "The Rebel Pink".

The Rebel Pink

The Revel Pink is the latest production from Footnote New Zealand Dance Photo: Supplied

2:20 Money with Mary Holm

Personal finance expert, Mary Holm talks about the role gender plays in financial decisions. How gender affects goal setting, Are men or women more likely to take risks? Which is more likely to trade frequently? And which gender is scammed more?

Mary also discusses SheEO is a venture capital fund for women entrepreneurs, established with money invested by other women, which was the subject of a recent interview on Nine to Noon

Mary Holm

Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly

Tim Shadbolt speaking at Albert Park Protest

Tim Shadbolt speaking at Albert Park Protest Photo: Murray Cammick

3:10 Masterpieces with Tim Shadbolt

Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt looks back on his favourite protest during the anti-vietnam war movement.

Tim Shadbolt was a student anti-war activist during the 1960s and 1970s.

He was arrested 33 during this time, including for using the word “bullshit", hence the title of his autobiography, Bullshit and Jellybeans.

He organised weekly meetings in Albert Park known as the “Jumping Sundays” to raise awareness of New Zealand’s role in the war, and to encourage people to protest.

He looks back on those times, addressing the crowds in Albert Park.

3:25 The Expats: Phil Price in Alaska

Phil Price has lived in Alaska for the past 30 years. He grew up in Blenheim, but settled in Alaska when he met his now wife on his OE. He's based in Valdez, about 90 miles SE of Anchorage, with his wife Colleen and two teenage daughters.

3:30 This Way Up The Folding Goldies

The Folding Goldies are a bike gang with a difference- all you need is a Gold Card to join!

This Way Up's Simon Morton saddles up to meet gang leader Alastair Smith.

3:45 The Pre-Panel Story of the Day and One Quick Question

4:05 The Panel with Jennie Moreton and Sandy Hodge

 

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
1:00pm - 4:00pm
THURSDAY 30th MARCH 2017

1:10pm - FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    The Clean
TITLE:      Point That Thing Somewhere Else
COMP:     Peter Gutteridge, David Kilgour, Hamish Kilgour
ALBUM:   Boodle, Boodle, Boodle
LABEL:    Flying Nun

1:45pm - FEATURE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Bruce Cockburn
TITLE:      Badlands Flashback
COMP:     Bruce Cockburn
ALBUM:   Dancing in The Dragon's Jaws        
LABEL:    True North

ARTIST:    Bruce Cockburn
TITLE:      After The Rain
COMP:     Bruce Cockburn
ALBUM:   Dancing in The Dragon's Jaws        
LABEL:    True North

ARTIST:    Bruce Cockburn
TITLE:      Wondering Where The Lions Are
COMP:     Bruce Cockburn
ALBUM:   Dancing in The Dragon's Jaws        
LABEL:    True North

2:40pm - ADDITIONAL MUSIC:
ARTIST:    Cat Stevens
TITLE:      Sad Lisa
COMP:     Cat Stevens
ALBUM:   Tea For The Tillerman
LABEL:    Island

3:20pm - ADDITIONAL MUSIC:
ARTIST:    Amos Lee
TITLE:      El Camino
COMP:     Amos Lee
ALBUM:   Mission Bell
LABEL:    Blue Note

4:30pm - THE PANEL: Half Time Song
ARTIST:    The Clash
TITLE:      Lost In The Supermarket    
COMP:     Joe Strummer, Mick Jones
ALBUM:   London Calling
LABEL:    CBS