Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 15 September 2014
1:10 Best song ever written. Sam Jeune of Christchurch nominates 'Shake It Off' by Taylor Swift
1:20 NZ Retro: The Year - 1984. Including interviews with champion kayaker Ian Ferguson and Patea Maori Club member Vera Kershaw. Archival audio supplied by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.
2:10 Otters? In Southland? Sightings of otters have been reported for around two hundred years in the south of New Zealand. And now, Invercargill author, natural history teacher and city councillor Lloyd Esler is searching for evidence.
2:20 Peace Photo Project. Stu Robertson is 18 months into his global photography project, called "Peace in 10,000 Hands". The aim is to take 10,000 photographs of people, with each person holding a white rose.
2:30 NZ Reading. In today's episode of 'Sensible Sinning' we visit Bernard Brown's early years as a young boy in Ipswich and learn about his remarkable mother who, amongst other things was, at one time, the world's oldest Girl Guide.
2:45 Feature album. Our Feature Album is 'Learning to Crawl' by the Pretenders, released in 1984.
3:10 Nick Davies from The Guardian newspaper. Nick spent eight years uncovering the full extent of hacking at the News of the World and greed, corruption and abuse of power in several British institutions.
3:30 Voices with Lynda Chanwai-Earle. NZ Islam and ISIS.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show