Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 27 June 2017

Short Story Club

On Thursday we will discuss Butterflies by Patricia Grace.

Email us your thoughts and the best emailer wins a copy of her recent novel, Chappy.

1:10 Anika Moa - In Session

Anika Moa's Chop Chop Hiyaaa! Tour - Songs For Bubbas, is coming up for the school holidays in July.

Anika performs live in the Auckland studio.

Anika Moa

Anika Moa Photo: Supplied.

1:25 Restoring Forest Life

Peter Shaw (L) with Simon Hall (R)

Peter Shaw (L) with Simon Hall (R) Photo: supplied

Often conservation efforts are put into our fauna over flora but in the Hawke's Bay a trust is doing both and doing it well. The Forest Lifeforce Restoration Trust run one of the most prolific kiwi breeding programmes in the country and are doing all they can on the same swathe of land to bring back some plant life from the brink of extinction. The Trust owns a four thousand hectare former pine forest inland from Hawke's Bay where they are reintroducing native species which in turn is encouraging native wildlife. Peter Shaw is a Trustee who's been working on the land which was bought in 2005.

Kakabeak flower

Kakabeak flower Photo: supplied

1:35 Tech Talk with Paul Brislen

If you have an iphone and it keeps telling you it can no longer be backed up on the icloud because there is no room, you are not alone. Tech expert, Paul Brislen, explains why this happens and what can be done.

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Photo: wikipedia

1:40 Favourite album:  Frampton Comes Alive - Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton Photo: Supplied

Peter Frampton taught himself guitar and piano and formed his first band when he was just Twelve.  At sixteen he became lead guitarist and singer in the British group The Herd and two years later joined with Steve Marriott (The Small faces) to form Humble Pie.

In 1972 the first of four solo albums was released but none met with much commercial success.  This all changed in 1976 with the release of the double live album "Frampton Comes Alive" which, at one point, was the biggest selling Live Album.

2:10 Book critic: Steph Soper

Regular contributor Steph, is the Marketing Communications Manager with the New Zealand Book Council and this week takes a closer look at the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, including the HELL reading Challenge, now into its fourth year.

2:20 Music Feature: Jackie Clarke

Music of the stage with singer and comedian and former Entertainer of The Year Jackie Clarke

Jackie Clarke

Jackie Clarke Photo: Supplied

3:10 Kevin Kelly: Don't be Afraid of AI

As the founding editor of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly has made it his business to see where technology is going, and interpret how it affects us all.  He gives a road map to the for  the next 30 years in his book, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future

He advises us not to be afraid of artificial intelligence and to get ready clothes that tell the washing machine how they want to be washed.

Kevin Kelly, founder of Wired

Kevin Kelly, founder of Wired Photo: wikipedia

3:30 Science and environment stories

Stories from Our Changing World.

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

4:05 The Panel with David Farrar and Diane Robertson

 

Music played in this show

   
JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS:
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Tuesday 27th June 2017

1:10pm - JESSE'S FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    Anika Moa
TITLE:      Chop Chop Hiyaaa!
COMP:     Anika Moa
ALBUM:   Songs For Bubbas
LIVE:       RNZ Auckland         

1:45pm - GREAT ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Peter Frampton
TITLE:      Show Me The Way
COMP:     Peter Frampton
ALBUM:   Frampton Comes Alive
LABEL:    A&M

ARTIST:    Peter Frampton
TITLE:      Baby I Love Your Way
COMP:     Peter Frampton
ALBUM:   Frampton Comes Alive
LABEL:    A&M

ARTIST:    Peter Frampton
TITLE:      Do You Feel Like We Do [Radio Edit]
COMP:     Peter Frampton, Mike Gallagher, John Siomos, Rick Wells
ALBUM:   Frampton Comes Alive
LABEL:    A&M

2:20 MUSIC FEATURE:  Jackie Clarke on Musicals
ARTIST:    Yvonne Elliman, Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson
TITLE:      Everything's Alright
COMP:     Time Rice, Andrew Lloyd-Webber
ALBUM:   Jesus Christ Superstar (Movie Soundtrack)
LABEL:    MCA

ARTIST:    Nina Simone
TITLE:      My Man's Gone Now (from Porgy and Bess)
COMP:     George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward
ALBUM:   Nina Simone Sings The Blues
LABEL:    RCA

ARTIST:    Sammy Davis Jnr
TITLE:      Rhythm of Life
COMP:     Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields
ALBUM:   Sweet Charity (original motion picture sound track)
LABEL:    Decca

ARTIST:    Andrew Randell & Josh Gad
TITLE:      Hello
COMP:     Robert Lopez, Trey Parker, Matt Stone
ALBUM:   The Book Of Mormon (Origional Broadway Cast Album)
LABEL:    Decca

ARTIST:    Barbra Streisand
TITLE:      Don't Rain On My Parade
COMP:     Bob Merrill, Jule Styne.
ALBUM:   Funny Girl
LABEL:    CBS

3:30 ADDITIONAL MUSIC
ARTIST:    Tame Impala
TITLE:      The Moment
COMP:     Kevin Parker.
ALBUM:   Currents
LABEL:    Universal

4:30 THE PANEL: Half Time Song
ARTIST:    Johnny Cash
TITLE:      A Boy Named Sue
COMP:     Shel Silverstein
ALBUM:   At San Quentin
LABEL:    CBS