Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 28 June 2012
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
1:15 Your Place
2:10 Glenn Frey of The Eagles
Musician Glenn Frey talks about his latest solo record After Hours, which covers artists like Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole and the Beach Boys.
2:45 Feature Album
3:12 Arts Report
3:33 Southern story: Te Ana (the cave) - visiting the taniwha
The origins and meanings of the art is a mystery, but the cultural significance is magnificent.
Southern story-teller Sage Forest visits the cave of the Opihi taniwha with curator Amanda Symon from Te Ana Ngai Tahu Maori Rock Art centre in Timaru. The South Island Maori Rock Art Project (SIMRAP) has documented 580 sites in the South Island, over 90% on private land.
The Ngai Tahu Maori Rock Art Trust are active in the protection of these sites, and education is a big key to achieving this.
Click on the images below to see them in a larger size.
Left: The Opihi taniwha, four metres long. Right: Old meets new - note the writing of names. Before European contact te reo Maori was not written.
3:40 Our Changing World
4:06 The Panel