Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 7 July 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
You Can't Always Get What You Want by the Rolling Stones, chosen by Tom Craddock of Te Aroha.
1:15 Your Place
Marahau in Abel Tasman National Park.
2:10 Feature stories
The 1.5 Hectare World by David Yerex, read by Matthew Chamberlain.
2:45 Feature Album
How Will the Wolf Survive? by Los Lobos (1984)
3:12 Arts Report
Sonia Sly meets Judi Brennan, an award-winning artist who brings her world to colourful life in clay, at L'Arté Café and Sculpture Garden in Taupo.
3:33 Southern story: Beyond Resistance - an anarchists' organisation.
Is organising anarchists like herding cats? Apparently not. In Southern story Sage Forest talks to an anarchists' collective with a deep faith in human nature. Beyond Resistance is a nation-wide anarchists' collective based in Christchurch. They hold regular meetings with the primary goal of empowering workers. But their faith in human nature has proven itself in the response to the earthquake crises. This, they say, is true anarchy at work.
Zoe Thompson-Moore with needlework.
3:40 Our Changing World
Stephanie Hughes and Louise Parr-Brownlie are using light pulses to study Parkinson's disease.
4:06 The Panel
Rosemary McLeod and Julia Hartley-Moore.