Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 23 July 2015
1:10 Your Song
End Of The Line - The Traveling Wilburys. Chosen by Neville Aitcheson.
1:20 Our New Zealand A to Z - Naseby
N is for Naseby, and C is for Curling. With Jock Scott, Stewart Hoare, Ewan Kirk and Sam Inder.
2:10 Two men, eight wheels, one crazy trip
Two kiwi adventurers are making a webseries following their epic rollerblading trip which took them from Cape Reinga to Bluff. The plan quickly came unravelled, as neither could rollerblade very well and the terrain was too difficult. But the resulting journey which involved a lot of hitchhiking has made for some great footage, and interviews, with people in small town New Zealand.
2:20 Turing Centre Zurich
A University of Canterbury professor has set up the Turing Centre at one of the leading universities in Europe. Having spent much of his academic career researching Alan Turing, Professor Jack Copeland, knows more about the man than most - and can dispell many of the inaccuracies of his portrayal in the recent blockbuster, The Imitation Game.
2:30 NZ Reading - How To Make Your First Billion
The Internet start-up group Jake, Subash, Meg and Nathan launch their new website today in our Serial 'How to Make Your First Billion' by Matthew Solon.
2:45 Feature album
Eric Clapton - Unplugged (1992).
3:10 The Expats - Rachel Jacobsen
Rachel Jacobsen is New Zealand's honorary consul in Seattle.
3:20 BBC Witness - Aswan Dam
In July 1970 one of the largest dams in the world - the Aswan High Dam in Egypt - was completed. It had taken ten years and was not without controversy. Today's edition of the BBC history programme 'Witness' delves into the archives and seeks the views of one man who was there, Professor Herman Bell, about the cost of the dam on the region's people and its antiquities.
3:35 Our Changing World - Veronika Meduna
Each salmon farmed in New Zealand has a genetic pedigree that spans several generations. Veronika Meduna explores the salmon family tree and finds out what happens at the fish farm, from egg to dinner.
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Jim Mora, Zara Potts, Phoebe Fletcher and Wena Harawira.