Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 27 July 2015
1:10 Song You Have To Hear
"Leave a Trace" by CHVRCHES from their new album Every Eye Open, out in September.
1:20 National Anthem - Grahame Sydney
We've all been talking about whether to change our flag, and if so, what design it should be. But instead of submitting a design of his own, renowned artist Grahame Sydney is raising a different debate. He's called it 'horrid' and 'wretched' and cringes every time he has to watch the All Blacks sing it. He's talking about 'God Defend New Zealand' and thinks it's time for a change of tune.
1:25 'Witch Doctors' in South Auckland - Pratima Nand
Warnings are out that black magic-practicing witch doctors are storming South Auckland. And one community leader thinks it's spreading. Indian community leader, Pratima Nand, is concerned that vulnerable people are being exploited. And Immigration New Zealand says it is investigating.
1:35 The Melbourne Ballet Company - Simon Hoy
The Melbourne Ballet Company is coming to New Zealand for the first time ever. The show is called Infinite Space, and it blends classical ballet with contemporary theory and ideas. The company was founded in 2007 by Simon Hoy and Alisa Finney.
1:40 What's your greatest album of all time?
Mark Thomas of New Plymouth has selected the Beatles' White Album has his favourite record.
2:10 The Critics
1. TV review - Duncan Grieve
2. Books - Pip Adam
3 Concerts & Gigs - Madama Butterfly
4 New Music - Julien Dyne
3:10 Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future
While much of Silicon Valley is preoccupied with figuring out how to get more people to click on ads, one tech entrepreneur is being held up as a new kind of tech titan, who dreams big and chases more than dollar signs. Much has been written about South African-born entrepreneur, inventor and engineer Elon Musk, from his difficult childhood to his meteoric rise in global business. Bloomberg Business writer Ashlee Vance has written a new biography, the first with cooperation from Musk called Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future
3:35 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle
Giving is a way of life for Vanisa Dhiru (pron Deer-roo). Helping the homeless and women's rights are among many causes championed by this inspirational Indian New Zealander. Lynda Chanwai-Earle follows Vanisa as she fires up students at Victoria University to become leaders and givers too.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about. With Jesse, Jim Mora and Noelle McCarthy.