Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 22 July 2015
1:10 Your Song
Haere Mai - Daphne Walker. Chosen by Jilly Taipua.
1:20 Music Trivia game
No clues here. Sorry!
2:10 Simpson And His Donkey - Richard Thomson
One of New Zealand's most iconic paintings will go under the hammer tonight in Auckland. Horace Moore-Jones', Simpson And His Donkey, is up for auction and it's believed it could fetch up to half a million dollars. But there are concerns the watercolour could be taken out of the country if a foreign buyer purchases it. International Art Centre director, Richard Thomson, tells us more.
2:20 The importance of correctly pronouncing Māori words - Finnian Galbraith
A 15-year-old Kāpiti College student has written a speech that has got people talking. Year 11 student, Finnian Galbraith, posted his speech on Youtube on Monday, and it's attracted nearly thirty thousand views already. The speech is titled The importance of correctly pronouncing Māori words. Finnian talks about why he wrote it.
2:30 NZ Reading - How To make Your First Billion
In our mid-afternoon story exploring the power of the internet, three friends trying to get an an internet start-up company off the ground have run into something of a problem - their financial backer has been arrested.
2:45 Feature album
Be Altitude-Respect Yourself. The Staple Singers 1972
3:10 Tech News - Paul Brislen
The Tesla Car.
The Ashley Madison hack.
Will the phones of the future have a SIM card, or not?
3:30 Allergies On The Rise - Sonia Sly
Sonia Sly takes a look at the rise of allergies.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Jim Mora, Zara Potts, Mai Chen and Max Ritchie.