Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 7 July 2017

Short Story Club

Next week we'll talk about Black Milk by Tina Makereti - and we’ll be giving away a copy of Black Marks on the White Page, a new anthology of short stories by Maori and Pasifika writers released by Penguin Randomhouse this month. So be sure to read it and email us your thoughts to be in to win, Jesse@radionz.co.nz

1:10 Vishwa Mohan Bhatt : In Session

Our first song today is being performed by a Grammy Award winning musician. Hindustani classical music instrumentalist Vishwa Mohan Bhatt is in New Zealand for a concert tonight

Vishwa Mohan

Vishwa Mohan Photo: RNZ

1:25 Do Therapy-Animals really help?

The therapy-animal trend has taken off in the States and we often hear that animal companions are good for reducing stress and anxiety.

But our guest says that may not be the case, and there's a 'murky' body of evidence to support such notions. Molly Crossman is a Yale University doctoral candidate, and her research focuses on understanding, reducing, and circumventing barriers to mental health.

The therapy-animal trend has taken off in the States and we often hear that animal companions are good for reducing stress and anxiety.

The therapy-animal trend has taken off in the States and we often hear that animal companions are good for reducing stress and anxiety. Photo: Andre Spieker / Unsplash

1:35 Hip Hop out of Cambridge

Diaz Grimm is a hip hip artist out of Cambridge. His new single Foreigners is out today. And Diaz has been working with some of the world's best international song writers through APRA's Songhubs programme to make it.

Diaz Grimm with Mike Elizondo, Iva Lamkum and Raiza Biza at APRA Songhubs.

Diaz Grimm with Mike Elizondo, Iva Lamkum and Raiza Biza at APRA Songhubs. Photo: Amanda Ratcliffe

1:45 Great Live Album:  Johnny Cash at San Quentin

Today's live album was recorded at a very unusual concert venue.  San Quentin State Prison, located just north of San Francisco, is the oldest jail in California and houses 4,200 prisoners.

On February 24th, 1969, Johnny Cash with his band The Tennessee Three, The Carter Family and Staler Brothers visited San Quentin to film a TV special for UK's Grenada Television.  They literally performed to a captive audience

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Photo: wikipedia

2:10 Film Review with Richard Swainson

Richard sets us his weekly film quiz and reviews My Cousin Rachel, and Chocolat

2:25 NZ Live: The Bads

The Bads – is  a vehicle for the musical escapades of Brett Adams and Dianne Swann. 

Since returning to New Zealand 14 years ago the duo has released 3 albums including 2013’s "Travel Light" – which reached #3 on The NZ Music Album Charts.  A 4th studio album, in their current incarnation, is being released today. "Losing Heroes" was recorded with Ben Edwards in Lyttelton and the full band is with us today on New Zealand Live to preview it.

The Bads on NZ Live, RNZ July 2017

The Bads on NZ Live, RNZ July 2017 Photo: RNZ/Claire Eastham-Farrelly

3:10 Food with Jess Daniel

Jess Daniell from My Underground Kitchen in Auckland shares a recipe for Goats' cheese and honeycomb filo cigars

Goats' cheese & honeycomb filo cigars

Goats' cheese & honeycomb filo cigars Photo: supplied

3:20 Drinks for Dry July

Auckland restaurant Pasture is embracing Dry July by creating non-alcoholic drinks to match with its meals. Diners can get a different non-alcoholic beverage with each course.

Laura Verner from Pasture shares some ideas for tasty non-alcoholic drinks

Non-alcoholic drinks pairing at Pasture restaurant for Dry July

Non-alcoholic drinks pairing at Pasture restaurant for Dry July Photo: supplied

3:25 Critter of the Week: The Northern Giant Petrel

DoC's Nicola Toki reckons Giant petrels are truly the vultures of the sea. "I have seen them landing on a dead whale in Foveaux Strait and eating it".

Unlike other species in their family, they walk strongly on land, and are just as happy eating dead seals and penguins on land, as they are feeding at sea. They can dive up to two metres.

Northern Giant Petrel

Northern Giant Petrel Photo: supplied

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

4:05 The Panel with Ellen Read and Raybon Kan

 

Music played in this show

AFTERNOON'S WITH JESSE MULLIGAN
FRIDAY JULY 7th 2017

1:10pm - JESSE'S FIRST SONG:
ARTIST:    Vishwa Mohan Bhatt
TITLE:      N/S
COMP:     N/S
ALBUM:   N/S
LIVE:       RNZ Auckland     

1:35pm - FEATURE STORY:
ARTIST:    Diaz Grimm
TITLE:      Foreigners (feat. Raiza Biza & Iva Lamkum)
COMP:     Diaz Grimm, Mike Elizondo
ALBUM:   Non Album Single
LABEL:    iTunes     

1:45pm - GREAT ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Johnny Cash
TITLE:      I Walk The Line
COMP:     Johnny Cash
ALBUM:   Johnny Cash At San Quentin
LABEL:    CBS

ARTIST:    Johnny Cash
TITLE:      San Quentin
COMP:     Johnny Cash
ALBUM:   Johnny Cash At San Quentin
LABEL:    CBS

ARTIST:    Johnny Cash
TITLE:      A Boy Named Sue
COMP:     Shel Silverstein
ALBUM:   Johnny Cash At San Quentin
LABEL:    CBS

ARTIST:    Johnny Cash
TITLE:      Falsom Prison Blues
COMP:     Johnny Cash
ALBUM:   Johnny Cash At San Quentin
LABEL:    CBS

2:20pm - ADDITIONAL SONG:
ARTIST:    Matthew E. White
TITLE:      Rock 'n' Roll is Cold
COMP:     Matthew E. White
ALBUM:   Fresh Blood
LABEL:    Domino

2:25pm - NEW ZEALAND LIVE:
ARTIST:    The Bads
TITLE:      Crash And Burn
COMP:     Dianne Swann
ALBUM:   Losing Heroes
LIVE:        RNZ Auckland

ARTIST:    The Bads
TITLE:      Calling Home
COMP:     Brett Adams
ALBUM:   Losing Heroes
LIVE:        RNZ Auckland

ARTIST:    The Bads
TITLE:      You Ain't Goin' Knowhere
COMP:     Bob Dylan
ALBUM:   Unreleased
LIVE:        RNZ Auckland

ARTIST:    The Bads
TITLE:      Shelter Love
COMP:     Brett Adams, Dianne Swann
ALBUM:   Losing Heroes
LIVE:        RNZ Auckland

3:20pm - ADDITIONAL SONG:
ARTIST:    Collapsing Cities
TITLE:      Seriously
COMP:     Steve Matthieson, Stephen Parry, James Brennan, Tim van Dammen
ALBUM:   Elixier Always
LIVE:        NZ On Air

3:40pm - MUSIC 101 PROMO:
ARTIST:    David Dallas
TITLE:      Runnin'
COMP:     David Dallas
ALBUM:   Falling Into Place
LIVE:        Dawn Raid

4:30 THE PANEL: Half Time Song
ARTIST:    Mary Hopkins
TITLE:      Those Were The Days
COMP:     Boris Fomin, Gene Raskin
ALBUM:   Non-Album Single
LABEL:    Apple