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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 23 June 2015

1:10 Your Song

Wave Of Mutilation - The Pixies.  Chosen by Dallas Synott in Dunedin.  

1:20 The Critics

TV - Colin Hogg

Music - Colin Morris

Books - Vanda Symon

IT - Ben Gracewood

2:10 Swapping Reindeers for Motorcycles - Mike Britton and Angela Bruce

A Hamilton couple is stepping up to help Mongolian rangers with their daily tasks. They're swapping reindeer for motorcycles. Mike Britton and Angela Bruce are involved in the Blue Waves Global Campaign rally. The project aims to help Mongolian rangers by donating motorcycles to them.

Changing Lives - Janice Marriott and Virginia Pawsey2:20 An Enduring Friendship - Janice Marriott and Virginia Pawsey

It's a story about friendship, promises and letter writing. Janice Marriott and Virginia Pawsey, reconnected at their Gisborne Girls' High School reunion after 30 years. And, they promised to write to each other. They kept their promise, and as a result they have published three books: Common Ground, Common Table and, Common Lives. Changing Lives is their latest book.

2:30 NZ Reading - Mercenary Territory

Recently widowed Claire heads north to escape Ponsonby and the shadows of her past.  Conor is the local real estate agent who shows her around. 

2:45 Feature album 

Ray of Light-Madonna (1998).

3:10 Aurora Light Show - Dr Ian Griffin  

There's a good chance we may catch an aurora tonight. And what a treat it would be. Dr Ian Griffin, is an astronomer and is currently the director at Otago Museum.

Aurora

Aurora Photo: Dr Ian Griffin

Aurora

Aurora Photo: Dr Ian Griffin

3:20 BBC Witness - Black Female MP  

In 1987 Diane Abbott became the first black woman elected to the British Parliament. The daughter of first generation immigrants she was one of only four black MPs at the time.   Diane Abbott has been speaking to Witness about her election and making political history in the UK. 

3:35 Our Changing World - Alison Ballance

Cycling as fast as you can in a room that is heated to 40°C at 60 per cent humidity isn't most people's idea of fun, but PhD student Ashley Akerman at the University of Otago is asking volunteers to do just that as part of a study looking at cardiovascular adaptations to heat.  Alison Ballance joins Ashley and exercise scientist Jim Cotter as triathlete and fellow PhD student Rob Creasy gets a hot workout on the bike.

Stories from Our Changing World.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jim Mora, Noelle McCarthy, Selwyn Manning and Penny Ashton.

 

MUSIC DETAILS:

Tuesday 23 June 2015 

 

YOUR SONG: 

 

ARTIST:    The Pixies

TITLE:   Wave Of Mutilation

COMP:  Black

ALBUM:  The Pixies: Wave Of Mutilation

LABEL:  4AD      372406

 

CRITICS:

 

ARTIST:    Courtney Pine

TITLE:        Amazing Grace

COMP:      John Newton

ALBUM:   Still

LABEL:      SOUTHBOUND NZ - CAT No. 777102468X

 

ARTIST:    Richard Thompson

TITLE:        Beatnik Walking

COMP:      Richard Thompson

ALBUM:   Still 

LABEL:      SOUTHBOUND NZ - CAT No. PRPCD 131P

 

FEATURE ALBUM:

 

ARTIST:    Madonna

TITLE:        Ray Of Light

COMP:      Curtis, Leach, Madonna

ALBUM:   Ray Of Light

LABEL:      MAVERICK        246847

 

ARTIST:    Madonna

TITLE:        Little Star

COMP:      Madonna, Nowels

ALBUM:   Ray Of Light

LABEL:      MAVERICK        246847

 

ARTIST:    Madonna

TITLE:        Drowned World/Substitute For Love

COMP:      Collins, Kerr, Madonna, McKuen

ALBUM:   Ray Of Light

LABEL:      MAVERICK        246847

 

THE PANEL:

 

ARTIST:    Gary Wright

TITLE:        Dreamweaver

COMP:      Wright

ALBUM:   Spooky Tooth: That Was Only Yesterday 

LABEL:      A&M         541049