Navigation for Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 15 June 2015

1:10 Your Song

Dancing Queen by ABBA.  Chosen by Ali Harper. 

Nga Taonga Sound Vision1:20 New Zealand Retro - Gyms

Today's Retro explores the rise in popularity of the modern gym - how did it evolve from a place mainly for muscle bound men, to a venue where both men and women sought to gain fitness?  We talk to gym founder Les Mills, to instructor Susan Trainor, and to two gym members who've been regular attendees for decades - Phil Briars and Annette Hugill.

Archival audio supplied by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

2:10 Police Collection of Human Remains - Rowan Carroll

A back-room police museum collection has housed 37 sets of human remains, in storage, for decades. And now, the remains will be laid to rest by the New Zealand Police Museum in Porirua. The collection includes remains of murder victims and was used for investigative training by detectives in the 1920s and 1930s. New Zealand Police Museum director Rowan Carroll explains.

Letter explaining food skeleton - 1940 (pdf) (courtesy New Zealand Police Museum in Porirua)

2:20  Detector Dogs - Brett Hickman

Fraser, Ferdie, Fletch, Freda, Fen, Flo and Fern. These are some of the names suggested by the public, for two biosecurity pups that could soon be patrolling New Zealand's borders. The Ministry for Primary Industries is calling on people to make name suggestions for the beagles, on its Dectector Dogs Facebook page. MPI's detection technology manager, Brett Hickman.

2:30 NZ Reading: One Flat Coyote on the Centre Line

Karen has a short turn at driving and the beast takes on the monsters of the Trans-Canada Highway.

2:45 Feature album

"Damn the Torpedoes"- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (1979).

3:10 The Dark Net - Jamie Bartlett

There is an online world beyond cute cat videos and Facebook.  The murky world of trolls, black markets and extremists exists just a few keystrokes away. Jamie Bartlett, the director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media immersed himself in the  secret corners of encrypted  and untraceable websites. Drug dealers, even jihadists use it to recruit. Bartlett has written a book about his journey into the online shadows called The Dark Net: Inside The Digital Underworld.

Jamie Bartlett

Jamie Bartlett Photo: Supplied.

3:30 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle

Top students from secondary and tertiary institutions are gathering to compete for first place in a speech competition - in Chinese.  Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets students from around the North Island to see who has the gift of the bilingual gab at the annual 2015 Wellington Regional 'Chinese Bridge' Speech Competitions.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jim Mora, Noelle McCarthy, Julia Harley Moore and Tainui Stephens.

 

MUSIC DETAILS:

Monday 15 June 2015  

YOUR SONG:  

ARTIST:      ABBA
TITLE:        Dancing Queen
COMP:     Anderson, Andersson, Ulvaeus
ALBUM:   Arrival
LABEL:      POLAR

RETRO - GYMS:  

ARTIST:     Olivia Newton-John
TITLE:        Physical
COMP:     Kipner, Shaddick
ALBUM:       Olivia Newton-John: Greatest Hits Volume 2    
LABEL:      MCA

ARTIST:     Black-Eyed Peas
TITLE:        Pump It
COMP:     Adams, Ferguson, Pineda  
ALBUM:        Monkey Business
LABEL:      A&M
 
FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST:     Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers  
TITLE:        Here Comes My Girl
COMP:     Campbell, Petty
ALBUM:        Damn The Torpedoes
LABEL:      MCA

ARTIST:     Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers  
TITLE:        Refugee
COMP:     Petty
ALBUM:        Damn The Torpedoes
LABEL:      MCA

ARTIST:     Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers  
TITLE:        Don't Do Me Like That
COMP:     Petty
ALBUM:        Damn The Torpedoes
LABEL:      MCA

ARTIST:     Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers  
TITLE:        Even The Losers
COMP:     Petty
ALBUM:        Damn The Torpedoes
LABEL:      MCA

THE PANEL:

ARTIST:     Michael Jackson
TITLE:        Black Or White  
COMP:     Bottrell, Jackson
ALBUM:   Dangerous
LABEL:      EPIC