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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 14 May 2015

Weather disruption in Wellington: What you need to know

Extreme weather in lower North Island, inc. pictures & audio

1:10 Your Song

Touch Me In the Morning  by Diana Ross chosen by George Truby

1:20 Our New Zealand A to Z

It's 50 years tomorrow since the power station opened at Benmore. Alan Bayliss is sharing his memories of living in a construction town. More about the Benmore Dam.

Featuring Allan Bayliss, Vicky Munro, Mike Darling

2:10 Live Coverage of Wellington Weather Chaos

Flooding on the Kapiti Coast - Chris Reid
Flooding in Wellington

2:20 Taranaki's hospital chapel turns 50

It was the first interdenominational chapel in the country, and five decades on it still provides support to patients of every religion and faith.

This weekend they're celebrating their anniversary - Rev. Murray Elliot talks about the history, the unique aspects to his work, and the party plan for this Saturday.

2:30 NZ Reading

The Conductor by Sarah Quigley Pub: Random House  / Vintage (6-May-2011) ISBN-978-1869795061

2:45 Feature album - Drive - Bic Runga. 

3:10 The Expats - Mark Smythe, LA-based kiwi composer

3:25 Live Coverage of Wellington Wild Weather

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show