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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 16 February 2015

1:10 Your Song

Weird Fishes by Radiohead. Chosen by Malcolm Rees Francis  

Nga Taonga Sound Vision1:20 New Zealand Retro: Barber Shops

Matt Gifford, one of the Musical Island Boys barbershop quartet

John McRae, veteran barber of K Road Auckland

Brendan Blake, young barber of Wellington  

Archival audio supplied by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

2:10 Spectrum Street Art Festival - George Shaw, Josie Ogden Schroeder, Anthony Wright  

The Spectrum Street Art Festival organiser, George Shaw, is outraged Canterbury Museum ignored his request to withdraw a controversial T-shirt from its T-Shirts Unfolding exhibition, which is part of the event. The T-shirt features a semi-naked nun masturbating on one side and offensive wording about Jesus on the other side. More than 3000 people have signed an online petition against the exhibition and Family First NZ is laying a complaint with police. Simon speaks with George Shaw from Oi YOU!, YMCA Christchurch chief executive officer Josie Ogden Schroeder and Anthony Wright from Canterbury Museum

2:30 NZ Reading - The Crime Of Huey Dunstan

We meet our narrator, Ches, a blind blind professor, who has been called by his former student Lawrence as an expert witness in the trial of Huey Dunstan, a young man who is accused of murder

2:45 Feature album

Wallflower. Classic hit songs re-interpreted by Canadian jazz star Diana Krall

3:10 Sarah Helm  

50 miles north of Berlin, there is a Nazi concentration camp that is on the margins of the story of Nazi genocide. Ravensbruck held 130 thousand women, 50 thousand were murdered. On the East German side of the border, many of the records and stories of the women who survived the horrors there were inaccessible for decades after the war. These women, mostly social outcasts rather than Jews, underwent medical experimentation and torture, mostly at the hands of other women. Author Sarah Helm uses chilling testimony of prisoners to expose the brutality of the camp in her new book, If This Is A Woman: Inside Ravensbruck, Hitler's Concentration Camp For Women

3:30 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle

Lynda speaks with the creators of "Under the same moon" - a heartfelt comedy about daughters and their wayward mothers, premiering as part of the Chinese New Year festival in Wellington

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

With Jim Mora, Noelle McCarthy, Lavina Good and Barry Corbett