Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Thursday 10 May 2018

Short Story Club

Today after 3pm we feature two poems and discuss them with Dunedin poet, Louise Wallace

To the trees of summer by Marty Smith

Into the first cold by Albert Wendt

We'll have a giveaway book for the writer of the best email - jesse@radionz.co.nz

1:10 Adeaze perform Live!

Back in 2004, the kiwi duo Adeaze topped the charts with their debut album Always and for Real.

The brothers, Nainz and Viiz Tupai took a long hiatus following their second album, starting the kids performing arts programme Saintz Up in South Auckland.

But recently the death of their beloved mother, who was their biggest supporter, inspired them to write music once again and they have recorded a new album dedicated to her, A Mother's Love.

They perform one of those songs live for us in our Auckland studio, with the help of the children's choir Tone6.

Adeaze: Nainz and Viiz Tupai  in front of a picture of their late mother.

Adeaze: Nainz and Viiz Tupai in front of a picture of their late mother. Photo: https://www.facebook.com/AdeazeMusic

1:15 Health education in schools: teaching mental, sexual and physical well-being

Health education has been in the spotlight recently with the controversy over a pamphlet given to high school students about drug use. 

What information and how much is given to young people often comes up when discussing sexual and mental health at school.

Auckland University associate professor Katie Fitzpatrick specialises in health education and is an advocate for arming children with knowledge in these areas.

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Photo: Wikimedia Commons

1:25 Coronation Street to jump forward in New Zealand

Huge news for New Zealand Coronations Street fans - the beloved show will jump ahead 18 months in order to bring it in line with the UK broadcast. 

This will be a welcome change for those sick of having plot points spoiled on social media and people will be able to catch up with the episodes they've missed on TVNZ On Demand...but will anyone be able to catch up in time?

Danielle Moreau, a Corrie fan who had a whole blog dedicated to the show, reacts to the momentous news.

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Photo: Geograph

1:35 Jason Bonham: The son of Led Zepplin's drummer, Bonzo

If you're a Led Zeppelin fan, you'll be excited to hear about Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening coming to the country at the end of this month.

It's a recreation of the band's sound, featuring the son of original member, the late John Bonham.

Jason has played drums with Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones and now he's touring the world playing the music his father helped make famous. He tells Jesse about following in his dad's footsteps. 

Jason Bonham -  son of led Zeppelin  drummer John Henry ‘Bonzo’ Bonham

Jason Bonham - son of led Zeppelin drummer John Henry ‘Bonzo’ Bonham Photo: supplied

1:40 Great album: The Song Remains the Same by Led Zeppelin

2:10 Comedy Festival review

David Cormack reviews shows from the NZ comedy festival

2:20 Steve Wyn Harris: Opening up your farm to scrutiny

We continue our series on solving the world's problems one issue at a time, and farmer and farming commentator, Steve Wyn Harris talks to us from his farm in Hawkes Bay about a recent visit he had from some local school kids.

Roger the Rooster, who helps herd Steve Wyn Harris herd his sheep in Hawkes Bay

Roger the Rooster, who helps herd Steve Wyn Harris herd his sheep in Hawkes Bay Photo: Steve Wyn Harris

2:30 The History of trade fairs and A & P shows in NZ

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Photo: National Library of NZ

The 'trade fair' and 'agricultural show' are no longer major events on most New Zealander's social calendars but these events have played an important role in our historical development. 

Grant Morris, our regular historian looks at the rise and fall of the New Zealand fair.

3:10 Short Story Club

Today we feature two poems and discuss them with Dunedin poet, Louise Wallace

To the trees of summer by Marty Smith

Into the first cold by Albert Wendt

We'll have a giveaway book for the writer of the best email - jesse@radionz.co.nz

3:25 Tell me about your thesis

David Bridson tell us about his masters thesis in education, which looked at how children cope with the stresses of chronic illness. He found that often the kids were more resilient than the parents.

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Photo: PHOTO NZ

3:30 Are We There Yet?

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

4:05 The Panel with Ian Telfer and Lisa Scott

 

Music played in this show


1:10pm - FIRST SONG:
ARTIST: Adeaze     
TITLE: You make me Smile      
ALBUM: A Mother's Love (released tomorrow)     
RNZ live recording

LINK 3
ARTIST: Che Fu and DLT     
TITLE:  Chains       

ARTIST: Hall and Oates       
TITLE:  Maneater   

ARTIST: Run DMC with Aerosmith     
TITLE:  Walk this Way
COMP: Joe Perry, Steven Tyler    
ALBUM: Raising Hell
LABEL:     Profile Geffen

The link was that all songs are written and performed by someone called Darryl (even if the spelling is different)


1:45pm - GREAT ALBUM:
ARTIST: Led Zeppelin     
TITLE: Since I've Been Loving You*"    
COMP: John Paul Jones / Jimmy Page / Robert Plant
ALBUM: The Song Remains the Same
LABEL: Swan Song