Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 3 May 2017

1:10 Resonate: In Session

Our first song today is being performed by an acapella group, called Resonate, who are among the choirs competing in the TVNZ show, 'The Naked Choir'. Resonate is a family group, made up of Richard Edward Wolfgramm, Leah Jayne Wolfgramm, William Leonard Wolfgramm and Moala Priscilla Wolfgramm.

1:20 Urban Ecological Restoration

Why has nature been fighting a losing battle in our urban areas? And what can we do about it? Professor Bruce Clarkson is the 2016 Charles Fleming Award recipient for his work in ecology, and he's the deputy vice-chancellor research at University of Waikato. He's giving public talks about how community and local council can work to bring indigenous nature back into cities where 87 per cent of New Zealand's population live.

Bringing nature back to urban areas.

Bringing nature back to urban areas. Photo: Pixabay

1:35 Sound Archives: 80's Kiwi Sports Anthems

They're known as 'stadium anthems' - or 'jock jams' in the US - music tracks which are pumped out at sporting events to get the crowd hyped. They also feature heavily in the soundtrack to television and radio sports broadcasts - other favourites are songs such as Queen's "We Are the Champions" or "Another One Bites the Dust".

And we have a few of our own Kiwi sports anthems. Sarah Johnston is going to play us a few from the sound archives of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

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Photo: wikipedia

1:40 Favourite Album: Peter Gabriel, So

We are celebrating some of the great albums in our favourite album segment, and today it's the fifth studio album by English rock musician Peter Gabriel.

So was released on 19 May 1986. It was an immediate success, considered his best album, as well as his most accessible.

So was nominated for Album of the Year at the 29th Grammy Awards, but lost to Paul Simon's Graceland.

2:10 Music Critic Colin Morris

Today, On-line record dealer and freelance music critic Colin Morris picks his favourite track from the new Rhiannon Giddens album.  Originally the lead singer, violinist, banjo player and a founding member of the Grammy-winning  Carolina Chocolate Drops, Giddens has now released her second solo album "Freedom Highway/"

Colin will also review the best of The Old Crow Medicine Show, a compilation of the band's previous three albums,

2:25 Bookmarks: Emma Farry

Emma farry

Emma Farry Photo: Supplied

Our guest today first trained as a journalist and worked at the Otago Daily Times and New Zealand Herald, before becoming a researcher and writer on TVNZ lifestyle shows, including 'New Zealand's Got Talent.'  She moved to New York City, to teach creative writing at the University of St Josephs in Brooklyn. and upon returning home, did the same at the Continuing Education Department, Auckland University, and the Women's Centre in Grey Lynn.

Among the many things she has done are; setting up New Zealand's first multicultural talent agency, running an online import and export healthcare business  and somehow she has also found time to write a book

3:10 Gurinder Chadha: The Partition of India

Seventy years ago, Lord Mountbatten became the last viceroy to India, sent by the King to oversee the transfer of power from Britain to India ending 300 years of colonial rule.

The British plan involved dividing the country into two independent nation states: Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan. The partition displaced millions of people, triggering mass migration as Muslims went one way and Hindus and Sikhs went the other. Several hundred thousand people died. This history is personal for director Gurinder Chadha, who made her mark in cinema with Bend it like Beckham

Her family was caught up in tragedy 70 years ago. She tells the epic story of the Partition in a new movie called Viceroy's House.

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Photo: supplied

3:35 Spoken Feature

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

4:05 The Panel with Ali Jones and James Nokise

SHORT STORY CLUB

This week's story is Bulls Lace by Jenny Pattrick

Which we will discuss tomorrow, May 4th at 3.10pm

Let us know your thoughts jesse@radionz.co.nz. The writer of the best email will get a copy of Jenny Pattrick's new novel Leap of Faith, published by Penguin Random House.

 

 

Music played in this show


JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Wednesday 3rd APRIL 2017

1:10pm - FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    Resonate
TITLE:      Man In The Mirror
COMP:     Siedah Garrett, Glen Ballard
ALBUM:   Unreleased
LIVE:        RNZ Auckland

1:45pm - GREAT ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Peter Gabriel
TITLE:      Sledgehammer
COMP:     Peter Gabriel
ALBUM:   So
LABEL:    Charisma

ARTIST:    Peter Gabriel
TITLE:      Don't Give Up (featuring Kate Bush)
COMP:     Peter Gabriel, David Rhodes
ALBUM:   So
LABEL:    Charisma

ARTIST:    Peter Gabriel
TITLE:      In Your Eyes
COMP:     Peter Gabriel
ALBUM:   So
LABEL:    Charisma

2:10pm - MUSIC CRITIC: Colin Morris
ARTIST:    Rhiannon Giddens
TITLE:      At The Purchaser's Option
COMP:     Rhiannon Giddens
ALBUM:   Freedom Highway
LABEL:    Warner

ARTIST:    The Old Crow Medicine Show
TRACK:    Humdinger
COMP:     Kevin Hayes
ALBUM:   The Best of The Old Crow Medicine Show
LABEL:    Download

2:25pm - BOOKMARKS: Emma Farry
ARTIST:    Toy Love
TITLE:      Swimming Pool
COMP:     Chris Knox, Alec Bathgate, Paul Kean, Mike Dooley, Jane Walker
ALBUM:   Cuts
LABEL:    Flying Nun

ARITIST:    Donna Summer
TITLE:       Dim All The Lights
COMP:     Donna Summer
ALBUM:   Bad Girls
LABEL:    Casablanca

4:30pm - THE PANEL: Half Time Song
ARTIST:    Dionne Warwick
TITLE:      I Say A Little Prayer
COMP:     Burt Bacharach, Hal David    
ALBUM:   The Windows onOf The World
LABEL:    Scepter