Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 17 October 2017

1:10 First song

1:15 Warnings against using WIFI anywhere

People are being warned not to use passwords or online banking over any wi-fi connection.

A flaw has been discovered in the system that protects wi-fi networks from being hacked and attackers may be able to read data that goes between a device and the router by which it connects to the internet.

We talk to Matthew Poole, a technical consultant with Open Systems Specialists.

1:25 #MeToo campaign picking up pace

An online campaign to show how widespread sexual abuse and attacks have been is gaining ground online.

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein revelations many people are sharing their stories by simply saying #MeToo on Social Media.

Fiona McNamara from Sexual Abuse Prevention Network is in our Wellington studio to talk about the movement.

For anyone who needs help in this area, the sexual violence support line phone number is 0800 88 33 00

US producer Harvey Weinstein and first row from left: actress Rose McGowan, Angelina Jolie, Asia Argento, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd, Lea Seydoux, Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette, Louisette Geiss, Kate Beckinsale, Lauren Sivan, Jessica Barth, Elizabeth Karlsen, Emma De Caunes, Judith Godreche.

US producer Harvey Weinstein and first row from left: actress Rose McGowan, Angelina Jolie, Asia Argento, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd, Lea Seydoux, Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette, Louisette Geiss, Kate Beckinsale, Lauren Sivan, Jessica Barth, Elizabeth Karlsen, Emma De Caunes, Judith Godreche. Photo: AFP

1:35 How to get more Maori and Pasifika into leading business roles

New CEO of TupuToa, Anne Fitisemanu

New CEO of TupuToa, Anne Fitisemanu Photo: Supplied

Just 17 percent of New Zealand's top 60 firms have an executive that identifies as non-European, and there isn't one NZX listed company with a Maori or Pasifika CEO.

TupuToa is an internship programme working to fix that by creating pathways for Maori and Pasifika students into careers in the corporate and professional sectors.

Jesse talks to the organisation's new chief executive, Anne Fitisemanu.

1:40 Great album: St Vincent

2:10 Book critic James Russell

James Russell discusses three new children's books

How Not to Stop a Kidnap Plot
By Suzanne Main
Scholastic

The Tale of Angelino Brown
By David Almond
Walker Books

The Ice Sea Pirates
By Frida Nilsson
Gecko Press

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Photo: supplied

2:20 Music Feature: Jazz from unexpected places

Chicago-born Dave Wilson from Victoria University on jazz from unexpected places.

Jazz has taken Dave from Chicago to all over the world. From Los Angeles to Macedonia. Now he's in New Zealand teaching what he loves to students. 

Victoria University's jazz lecturer Dave Wilson

Victoria University's jazz lecturer Dave Wilson Photo: Grit Design Co.

3:10 Why trying to feel good is making us miserable

You have been robbed. You have been robbed of happiness by companies that work very hard to keep us addicted to things that are bad for us.  This is what  Dr Robert Lustig  thinks. He is a pediatric endocrinologist who was among the first to sound the alarm about the dangers of too much sugar in our diets. 

He explains the biological difference between pleasure and happiness and how companies take advantage of that in his new book, The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains

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Photo: UCSF

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 John Barnett and Mai Chen

 

Music played in this show

1:10pm - FIRST SONG:

ARTIST:Six 60
TITLE: Don't Give it Up     
 

1:45pm - GREAT ALBUM:

ARTIST: St Vincent
TITLE: Actor Out Of Work     
COMP: Annie Clark.    
ALBUM: Actor     
LABEL: 4AD     

ARTIST: St Vincent
TITLE:  laughing with a mouthful of blood     
COMP: Annie Clark.    
ALBUM: Actor     
LABEL: 4AD

ARTIST: St Vincent
TITLE:  Just the same but brand new
COMP: Annie Clark.    
ALBUM: Actor     
LABEL: 4AD

ARTIST: St Vincent
TITLE: The Party
COMP: Annie Clark.    
ALBUM: Actor     
LABEL: 4AD

2:20 MUSIC FEATURE

ARTIST:     STEVE COLEMAN
TITLE:                   DANCING AND JABBING
COMP:        
ALBUM:      MORPHOGENESIS
LABEL:        
DUR:   6:58  (fade under just after 3mins when music slows down)

ARTIST:      HOLOPHONER
TITLE:        E FORCE 3            
COMP:        
ALBUM:      LIGHT MAGNET
LABEL:        WORLD GALAXY
DUR:  7:30 (fade under from about 2:55)


ARTIST:      NICOLE MITCHELL
TITLE:          SUN CYCLES         
COMP:        
ALBUM:      BLACK UNSTOPPABLE
LABEL:        
DUR:   7:57 (fade under at 3:30)

ARTIST:      CALLUM ALLARDICE
TITLE:            DEEP THOUGHT       
COMP:        
ALBUM:      
LABEL:        
DUR:  9:57  (fade in at 1:40 and out at 5:25)


ARTIST:      Toni Kitanovski Trio
TITLE:                   "Togo"
COMP:        
ALBUM:      3X3
LABEL:        SJF Records
DUR:  4:22 (fade under at about 3:10 - the rest of the song continues the same)

ARTIST: KIEFER
TITLE:   KICKIN IT ALONE
COMP:        
ALBUM:      
LABEL:        
DUR: 3:12 (note at 2:56 it dies down completely then jolts back up again.. )


ARTIST: JONAH LEVINE COLLECTIVE
TITLE:   RAKIA NIGHTMARES
COMP:        
ALBUM: ATTENTION DEFICIT      
LABEL:    World Galaxy / Alpha Pup Records    
DUR:  5:43