Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 4 July 2017

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Short Story Club

This week we will discuss a non-fiction short story; Ashleigh Young’s Te Kuiti Underground

1:10 First song

1:15 Petrol prices 'may not be reasonable'

A government-ordered inquiry into New Zealand's retail fuel market has found petrol prices "might not be reasonable". The Fuel Market Financial Performance Study was commissioned by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment after many complaints about the cost of petrol.

AA's petrol price spokesman, Mark Stockdale, has been taking a look at the report.

Petrol pump

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1:25 Historic Takaka Grandstand to be Demolished

Around this time last year we reported on efforts to save the historic Takaka grandstand. Well their bid to stop the council demolishing it have failed and it is due to be pulled own to make way for a new sports and recreation facility.

The barrel vaulted roofed stand was built in 1899 and is one of just two of its kind left in the country. The Golden Bay Grandstand Community Trust had sought an enforcement order in the Environment Court prohibiting the stand's removal, but it was declined.

Dick Lamb is one of the trust supporters.

1:30 Darwin, Dogs and DNA

Dogs took over the University of Otago yesterday, in a quest to find out the genetic connection between canine behaviour and genetics. The dogs were DNA swabbed by American-based project called Darwin Dogs. It's part of a week-long Genetics Society of Australasia being held by the university.

Professor Peter Dearden from the Otago Centre for Genetics explains.

1:35 Dan Slevin's Film Festival Picks!

The 2017 International Film Festival programme was launched last week in Auckland and Wellington and film fans all over the country have been attacking their glossy brochures with hi-lighters trying to work out how much time they have to take off work.

Our regular Tuesday movie guy, Dan Slevin from RNZ Widescreen, has been investigating and shares his recommendations.

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Dan's 2017 NZIFF picks:

Faces Places (Agnes Varda)

The Farthest (Ever Reynolds)

Bill Direen: A Memory of Others (Simon Ogston)

Let the Sunshine In (Claire Denis)

Sami Blood (Amanda Kernell)

The Lost City of Z (James Gary)

Swallows and Amazons (Philippa Lowthorpe) 

Dream Empire (David Borenstein)

Dark Night (Tim Sutton)

Kedi (Clyde Torun)

1:40 Great Live Album: Live! Bob Marley and the Wailers

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Live! was recorded in 1975 at Bob Marley and the Wailer's famous concert at the Lyceum Theatre in London.

His live version of No Woman No Cry at this concert was so popular it was released as a single as well.

Photographer Dennis Morris  who took many images of Bob Marley over the years said "This was the gig of gigs - one of the best he ever played."

2:10 Book critic: Catherine Robertson

Best selling author Catherine Robertson talks about happenings on the New Zealand book scene including; National Flash Fiction Day (an annual short story competition), Wellington's Winter Zine Fest,  the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Day, the 38th New Zealand National Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention, and other literary festivals.  

2:20 Music Feature : "Thanks For The Clap" - The Ritchie Pickett Story

Ritchie Pickett

The story of Kiwi country music legend Ritchie Pickett Photo: Supplied

Music Historian Graham Clark has just released a book on one of the unsung heroes of Kiwi music.  Waikato born Ritchie Pickett cut his teeth in 70's rock bands Graffiti and Think, toured the country with rock 'n' roller Tom Sharplin and became one of the stars of TV's "That's Country" in the 80s.  Best known as the front-man for Waikato band The Inlaws, Pickett was a prolific song writer and a master at the piano.  

Pickett died in 2011 at the age of 56, but his legend lives on in his music and this new book

3:10 Muscle Dysmorphia

Scott Griffiths canvasses the largely unchartered world of muscle dysmorphia. Men who for whom no amount of bulking up is enough.

Scott Griffiths is a National Health and Medical Research Council Fellow at the University of Melbourne. He researches eating and body image disorders, including muscle dysmorphia, anorexia nervosa, body dysmorphic disorder, anabolic steroids, and the contributions that masculinity, femininity, and stigma make to these.

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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 Jennie Moreton and Steve McCabe

 

Music played in this show

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

1:10pm - JESSE'S FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    Angus and Julia Stone
TITLE:      Snow
COMP:     Angus Stone, Julia Stone
ALBUM:   T.B.A.
LABEL:    Nettwerk

1:40pm - FILM REVIEW:
ARTIST:    The Exciters  
TITLE:      Tell Him  
COMP:     Bert Berns
ALBUM:   Single release
LABEL:    United Artist

1:45pm - GREAT ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Bob Marley & The Wailers
TITLE:      No Woman, No Cry
COMP:     Vincent Ford
ALBUM:   Live
LABEL:    Island

ARTIST:    Bob Marley & The Wailers
TITLE:      I Shot The Sheriff
COMP:     Bob Marley
ALBUM:   Live
LABEL:    Island

2:20 MUSIC FEATURE: "Thanks For The Clap."
ARTIST:    Ritchie Pickett and The Inlaws
TITLE:      Honky Tonk Heroes
COMP:     Billy Joe Shaver
ALBUM:   Gone For Water
LABEL:    RCA Victor

ARTIST:    Think
TITLE:      Ripoff
COMP:     Phil Whitehead, Alan Badger, Neville Jess, Don Mills, Ritchie Pickett
ALBUM:   We'll Give You A Buzz
LABEL:    Atlanic

ARTIST:    Ritchie Pickett and The Inlaws
TITLE:      In The Arms of Mary
COMP:     Iain Sutherland
ALBUM:   Gone For Water
LABEL:    RCA Victor

ARTIST:    Ritchie Pickett
TITLE:      Intro / Chameleon
COMP:     Ritchie Pickett
ALBUM:   The Wicked Piano Pumpin' Pickett - (Live in 2003)
LABEL:    Tipping Point

ARTIST:    Ritchie Pickett
TITLE:      3am Hamilton Sunday Morning
COMP:     Ritchie Pickett
ALBUM:   The Wicked Piano Pumpin' Pickett - (Live in 2003)
LABEL:    Boatshed

3:30 ADDITIONAL MUSIC
ARTIST:    Bob Marley & The Wailers
TITLE:      Lively Up Yourself
COMP:     Bob Marley
ALBUM:   Live
LABEL:    Island

4:30 THE PANEL: Half Time Song
ARTIST:    Toby Keith
TITLE:      Made In America
COMP:     Toby Keith, Bobby Pinson, Scott Reeves
ALBUM:   Clancy's Tavern
LABEL:    Universal