Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 8 April 2014
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Jonathan Pine of Upper Moutere nominated 'Tears' by Billy Bragg
1:25 Critical Mass - Irene Gardiner, Cushla McKinney, Colin Morris and Ben Gracewood join us for Critical Mass.
Short Poppies - TVNZ OnDemand (and TV ONE in Winter)
Rake - TV ONE, Sunday nights at 9.30pm
Books - Lamplighter by Kerry Donovan Brown
Music - Jason Isbell and also the soundtrack, Singer
Track 2: Different Days
Duration: 3' 34"
Album: South Eastern (distributed by Rhythm Method NZ)
Track 7 That's How Hit Songs Are Made (the Crap Song)
Duration: 3' 57
Composers: George Fames and Steve Gray
Album: Singer Proper PRPCD 120 (distributed by Southbound NZ)
2:10 The Boat Vet - Duncan Smith: Duncan Smith grew up on a farm in Turakina, just south of Whanganui, where the farm life gave him a good grounding in his chosen career as a veterinarian. But Duncan always had a hankering to run off to sea. So when the family farm was sold, that's exactly what he and his wife Kate and their three children did. They bought a fifty-one-foot boat in Kerikeri and lived on it while working out just how to sail her, and when they were eventually comfortable enough to leave our shores, they sailed for Vanuatu and then onto Australia, which is where they are now anchored.
2:20 Early Settler - Barrie Allom: Eighty-year-old Barrie Allom often cleaned up the essay writing competitions at school, but it took him sixty years to become a published author. He's now just released his third book -"Dear Tyrant" - a biography of his great-grandfather Albert James Allom - an early settler who came to New Zealand in 1842.
The book is more than just a simple biography however. Using archive materials, letters and diaries - the book is also an historic look at pioneer New Zealand and it features some interesting cameo appearances from the likes of Edward Gibbon Wakefield
2:30 Reading - Part seven of 'Bishops' written and read by Mona Williams.
2:45 Feature Album - 'Fulfillingness' First Finale' - Stevie Wonder (1974) - just named to headline the Montreux Jazz festival, joining Pharrell Williams and Damon Albarn.
3:10 Feature Interview: 'It's Complicated': the social lives of networked teens - danah boyd
Understanding what your teenager is doing on social media. Microsoft researcher and NYU Professor danah boyd explains why some young people post inappropriate pictures and comments online, and why parental anxiety about safety is actually driving teenagers to spend more time on the web.
3:30 The Space-up Unconference - Justin Gregory: Enthusiastic amateurs and professionals from around the country gathered in Auckland recently for a space conference with a difference. Justin Gregory discovers how the Unconference format allows participants to influence topics and formats, and nicely reflects the independent nature of our space community.
Stories from Our Changing World.:
4:06 Sir Bruce Slane and Michael Moynihan are on The Panel today:The lawsuit against Kim Dotcom, one month since Flight 370 went missing and still all those questions. The Gambler's Fallacy. They've discovered, or think they have, that it's injury to the brain that's responsible for a gambler's skewed thinking, but is the thinking skewed or not