Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 28 January 2015
1:10 Your Song
Star - David Bowie. Chosen by Ian Chapel of Otago University
1:20 Music Trivia game
No clues here. Sorry!
2:10 McCahon Note - Helen Burden
A hidden note by one of New Zealand’s most prominent painters has just been revealed. The rare note is written on the back of Colin McCahon's 1947 painting Nelson Landscape from Queen's Drive. It was found during a restoration of the watercolour by Wellington-based Triptych Conservation Services. At first, only part of it was legible. But in the past half hour or so, the full note has just been revealed. Colin McCahon's niece, Helen Burden, speaks about the importance of the painting to her.
Image courtesy of Triptych Conservation Services.
2:20 State Of The Nation speeches – Brent Edwards
John Key and Andrew Little have today delivered state of the nation speeches.
Our political editor Brent Edwards was at the speeches and is with us now for some analysis
2:45 Feature album
Be Here Now - Oasis (1997)
3:10 Online with Paul Brislen
Including: The big Facebook outage last night, Apple's new i-Watch and it's record profit, the cost of rural broadband, Google's investment in SpaceX, and the impending launch of Windows 10
3:30 Stand-Up Paddleboard Yoga
Amelia Nurse heads out onto Wellington Harbour to find out about quite a novel water activity - stand up paddle board (SUP) yoga with instructor Megan Sety.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show with Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Peter Elliott and Max Ritchie