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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 13 July 2015

1:10 Your Song

A Boy Named Sue - Johnny Cash.  Chosen by Julian Field of Southern Lakes Heli-Skiing.

Nga Taonga Sound Vision1:20 New Zealand Retro: Skiing 

With last week's snowy weather Retro looks at the history of skiing with the historian for New Zealand's oldest skii club, Allan Graham. We'll also go to the Mt Cheeseman Skifield and hear about the history of the ski patrol.

Archival audio supplied by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

2:10 Whale Survey Record Numbers - Nadine Bott

This year's Cook Strait Whale Survey wrapped up on Friday, and a record 137 humpback whales were spotted. Making it the highest tally in 12 years of recording numbers. Nadine Bott, is the whale survey leader.

Whale tail slap

2:20 A Life on Ice - Kath Craven

We're having icy weather around the country, and one woman who has lived a life on ice is Christchurch woman, Kath Craven. Kath is nearing her 86th birthday. And she's still somewhat a queen of the ice rink.

2:30 NZ Reading - Shooting The Moon

Pip’s babysitting his little sister Madeline. Nick comes home very late and drunk, with a new cell phone he can’t afford. Dad takes Pip shooting and Pip proves very good at it. He looks at Horace, the stuffed deer Nick shot on his first hunt and finds dope in a plastic bag stuffed into the trophy.

2:45 Feature album

Lionel Ritchie - The Definitive Collection (songs performed by Lionel Ritchie as part of his recent Glastonbury appearance).  

3:10 With Just One Suitcase - Cheryl Koenig

They were just two boys, one from a Jewish Family, the other a Catholic one, who loved to play football in their small town in Western Romania during World War II. They met on a football field, and vowed to return for another game. They did meet again, 25 years later, in Australia.  With Just One Suitcase is the true story of how the two refugees were reunited when their children met, fell in love and brought the families together.

3:30 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle

Christchurch teacher Chris Henderson has worked with child protection agencies in the Philippines and as a consultant in education and development for youth throughout South East Asia.  Lynda Chanwai-Earle follows this social innovator through the heart of Christchurch to learn more.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jim Mora, William Ray, Jane Bowron and Michael Deaker.