Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 15 July 2015
1:10 Your Song
Eternal Father, Strong To Save. Chosen by Mike Smith of Nelson.
1:20 Music Trivia game
No clues here. Sorry!
2:10 Ridley The Turtle - Wellington Zoo
Ridley the turtle is continuing to recover at Wellington Zoo. The 25kg Olive Ridley Sea Turtle, was discovered at Lyall Bay beach on Friday. The endangered turtle was was found hypothermic and barely responsive. And the chance of recovery at the time was looking 50/50. Wellington Zoo give us an update.
2:15 Cemetery Cat - Sabine Kruekel
The kitten dubbed, 'The Cemetery Cat', has been rescued. The abandoned kitten has caused quite a stir on Twitter, after rockstar Ryan Adams called his followers to help the cat. The musician spotted the furry creature in Auckland's Symonds Street cemetery on Monday.
2:20 Powerlifting - Kimberlee Brewer
Kimberlee Brewer is a woman of many talents. From snooker, tattooing, yoga and art. The 22-year-old Christchurch resident is now taking to powerlifting. And she's off to the World Powerlifting Championships in Las Vegas.
2:30 NZ Reading - Shooting The Moon
Pip saves the game for Nick's Hoof Hearted soccer team by saving a penalty shootout But he gets a broken finger which means no climbing for 10 weeks and missing being in the Nationals Highlands team. Beattie sees Pip and Katie kissing at the Rock Quest concert. Next day Katie dumps him once she's learnt he's not in the climbing team anymore.
2:45 Feature album
Nancy Sinatra. Nancy Sinatra (2004).
3:10 Tech News - Paul Brislen
The New Horizon probe, who is asking to be "forgotten" by Google, thoughts about NetHui, Paul's impressions of driving the Tesla and some answers to questions from the audience.
You get to know a community really well and they get to know you. Rescuing people along State Highway One, sorting out local domestics, what's life like for police officers working in remote rural areas around New Zealand? Lynda Chanwai-Earle visits Constable Abu in Taihape to learn more.
Tales of life in Aotearoa.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Jim Mora, Zara Potts, Selwyn Manning and Jock Anderson.