Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 20 January 2015
1:10 Your Song
The Green Fields Of France - The Fureys. Chosen by Les Fitton of Wanganui
1:20 The Critics
1. TV review - Phil Wallington
2. Books - Graham Beattie
3 Music - Colin Morris
4. Web - Ele Ludemann
2:10 Latest stories from around New Zealand and the World
2:30 NZ Reading - Rangatira, part two
Paratene and his fellow Māori arrive in London and stay in the Strangers' Home in Limehouse near the docks. They meet Mrs Colenso and Mr Ridgeway who are both to become supporters. One of their group, Haumu, is taken to a lunatic asylum, they're inoculated against small pox and Jenkins makes them wear cloaks and perform haka.
2:45 Feature album
The Secret Life Of ... The Veronicas (2005)
3:10 Lyn Nicholls
Summer is almost over for school children all over the country. We'll talk to therapist Lyn Nicholls about many issues parents struggle with including getting your child back into a routine, where to draw the line with technology, the importance of sleep and why you should not be your child's best friend.
3:35 The Vintage Aviator
Using techniques that date back over 100 years, as well as state-of-the-art science and engineering, the Vintage Aviator recreates airplanes, mainly from World War I. Ruth Beran meets production manager Gene DeMarco for a tour of the workshop in the Wellington suburb of Kilbirnie and to see how the planes are made.
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show with Julie Moffett, Jim Mora, Gary McCormick and Sam Johnson
Including: the danger of eating a hamburger in a car, couples working together can achieve their fitness goals better (academic research has got simpler over the years). In praise of the bigger mother, the words that cry out for banning in 2015.