Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 1 July 2013
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Jerry Lynch of Cromwell nominated 'Evening Gown' by Mick Jagger
1:15 8 Months To Mars - Actor, singer, dancer, comedian Jackie Clarke.
ARTIST: Alice Russell
COMP: Brian Burton, Thomas Callaway, Gian Franco Reverberi, Gian Piero Reverberi
ALBUM: Pot of Gold - Track 7
LABEL: POD 270143
ARTIST: Dolly Parton
TITLE: Steady As The Rain
COMP: Dolly Parton
ALBUM: The Grass Is Blue
LABEL: Sugar Hill 913900
ARTIST: Lambert, Hendrix & Ross
COMP: Jon Hendrix, Bobby Timmons
ALBUM: Everybody's Boppin' - Track 2
LABEL: Columbia 445 020
2:10 Dunedin Cruise Image - Craig Harris
It's a safe harbour that's welcomed ships for hundreds of years. But the antisocial behaviour on the wharves of Port Chalmers that we've been hearing about in the news is putting visitors off. And local tour operators have been banned by port authorities as a result. This coming season tour operators will no longer be allowed on the wharf, after complaints of operators fighting, abusing passengers, and even sleeping in their cars.
Cruise New Zealand chairman Craig Harris says it's a step in the right direction for Port Chalmers.
2:20 First Woman in Space - Lucy Ashe from BBC Witness
Fifty years ago, the Soviet space programme sent the first woman into space.
2:30 Reading - Joe Bennett with more about skiing, sand and shopping in the world's weirdest city in another reading from his book 'Hello Dubai'. Today's episode is titled 'U-S-Ps'
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Dubai by Steve Everitt, tk 22 ATMOS208 - Palm Island
2:45 Feature Album - Risqué - Chic (1979)
Nile Rogers from Chic has a blog called Walking on Planet C on his battle with prostate cancer.
BBC link to Chic's performance of Good Times from Glastonbury Festival last weekend.
3:10 Feature author - Novelist and Miami Herald columnist, Carl Hiaasen is Florida's literary version of Jimmy Buffet. He writes about the state he loves. Hiaasen's latest book, Bad Monkey, is an offbeat murder mystery set in Key West.
3:30 Re-capturing Duncan - Lisa Thompson - When Duncan the kokako went AWOL two years ago from the Waitakere Ranges the good folk at Ark in the Park assumed the poor bird was dead. Until a Glendowie resident looked out her window and saw … a kokako in a jacaranda tree! No one is quite sure how this rare forest bird made it all the way across Auckland, but we're on the hunt to bring Duncan home
4:06 On The Panel today are Michelle Boag and Brian Edwards - the Fluoride debate moves to Auckland; the sports coach who called the refs cheats and how our moments of expostulation now are writ large by media; the dangers of exercise - well not all exercise but some of the strenuous exercise in present vogue; that book for young adults with the warnings on the cover, and assorted other chats as time allows.