Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 11 August 2014
1:10 Best Song Ever Written: Sam McLean from Berlin, nominated 'Loving Cup' by the Rolling Stones from their 1972 album, Exile on Main St.
1:20 New Zealand Retro:The Year:1980: Guests - NZ recording star, Sharon O'Neill .. and Foreskin's Lament producer, director and actor Raymond Hawthorne.
2:10 Ice Caps - Zac Lyon: Three years ago, Hamilton twins Zac and Josh Lyon came up with a plan to walk across Antarctica. This despite having no mountaineering or ice climbing experience. Three years on and their plan has grown somewhat ..they now want to walk the world's four ice caps - in Greenland, Antarctica, Patagonia and the North Pole. Along the way they recruited world class rower Rob Hamill to help them, and in six days time, the 22 year olds fly out to Greenland to begin the first leg of their ice cap mission..
2:20 The Spider - Phil Sirvid: Spider enthusaists are excited about a large spider found in the Pongaroa forest, in the Tararua District, which - if photographs are anything to go by, is as large as a man's hand.
The spider was initially identified as a burrowing spider - but Spider Expert Phil Sirvid, now says it could be a new species of spider. The Te Papa Science Collection Manager gets hundreds of requests each year to identify arachnids of all shapes and sizes - but he's particularly interested in this spider which looks to be a cousin of the tarantula.
2:30 NZ Reading: Another episode from The Life and Times of a Brown Paper Bag written and read by Kevin Milne.
CD - MAT 230 Solo Instruments -US Blues and Folk. Tk 30 On My Lonesome by Anders Lewen, Lars-Erik Lidström, Tore Berglund. MATCH Music Ltd.
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BOOK: The Life and Times of a Brown Paper Bag by Kevin Milne Pub: Random House, NZ (2010) ISBN-978-186979-3821
2:45 Feature Album - Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway - the 1972 duets album.
3:10 Feature Interview - Carl Hoffman: The story of Michael Rockefeller - heir to a vast oil fortune... disappeared off the coast of Southwest New Guinea in November 1961.. never to be seen again. But writer, Carl Hoffman claims he now knows what happened. His book is called Savage Harvest: A Tale of Cannibals, Colonialism, and Michael Rockefeller's Tragic Quest for Primitive Art.
3:30 Equal Asians and HIV - David Steemson
The Aids Foundation says there is a growing number of Asians represented in the figures for HIV in New Zealand. This comes as a new group for such people is established in Auckland.
The Link: Voices
3:45 Panel Pre-Show - Zara Potts with What The World Is Talking About: the Australian TV appearance by the parents of baby Gammy, cutting songs in half on the radio now - the next big thing. The new Scrabble words, what a bad tick bite can give you, and you wouldn't be thanking the tick for it. Scientists reveal the equation for happiness.