Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 4 November 2014
1:10 Best song ever written. Joy To The World - Three Dog Night. Nominated by Andrew Jefferd from Ngatapa.
1:20 The Critics
TV review - Phil Wallington
Sunday - TV ONE (7:00pm - Sunday)
Third Degree - TV3 (8:30pm - Wednesday)
Our Big Blue Backyard - TV One (7:30pm - Sunday)
Madam Secretary - PRIME TV (9:30pm Thursday)
Books - Graham Beattie
The Complete Kiwi Pizza Oven - Alan Brown (Bateman - Hardback - $49.99)
Kiwi Muscle Car Collection - Steve Holmes (Bateman - Hardback - $39.99)
Music - Colin Morris
ARTIST: The Once
TITLE: Can't Help Falling In Love
COMP: Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, George David Weiss
DUR: 3' 03"
ALBUM: The Departures
ARTIST: The Cure (Feat: James McCartney)
TITLE: Hello, Goodbye
COMP: John Lennon, Paul McCartney
ALBUM: The Art of McCartney
2:10 Melbourne Cup - Drew Morphett
It's Melbourne Cup day and so we're off to Flemington to speak with Drew Morphett from the ABC.
2:20 Iraq - Pete Kara
Tomorrow, Prime Minister John Key will outline our contribution to international efforts against IS in Iraq. One man with experience on the ground in Iraq is Pete Kara. He was a specialist advisor to the United Nations in the 1990s looking for weapons of mass destruction following the Gulf War. He went on to become a health and safety specialist for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize Certificate in 2013, for his work as a chemical weapons inspector.
2:30 NZ Reading. Miranda Harcourt reads part six of "Pomare" by Elizabeth Knox.
2:45 Feature album. Kissing to be Clever - Culture Club (1982).
3:10 Kaj Lofgren, a philosopher,blogger and director at the School of Life Australia. The School of Life. Seven years ago, a Swiss philosopher and curator from the Tate Modern started a school in London to teach people how to live a good life, find fulfilling work and maintain good relationships. The classes are designed for professionals who may have left the classroom years ago. Now there are branches around the world, including one in Melbourne. We'll talk to the director of programmes at the Melbourne School of Life.
3:30 Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust. Alison Ballance. In the 25 years since it was formed the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust has seen the Otago and Southland populations of yellow-eyed penguins recover from an almost devastating low only to plunge again in recent breeding seasons. Alison Ballance joins Sue Murray and David McFarlane at one of the Trust's nature reserves on the Otago Peninsula, to hear about the highs and lows of conserving this iconic seabird.
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show with Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Neil Miller and Rob Salmond.