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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 24 August 2015

1:10 Song You Have To Hear

Lianne La Havas is a London-born British folk and soul singer.  In 2010, La Havas signed to Warner Bros. Records, spending two years developing her songwriting skills before releasing any music publicly.  This song is from her second album Blood.  Many of the songs were inspired by La Havas' reconnection to her Greek and Jamaican heritage.  The song is midnight. 

1:15 John Clarke 

For 25 years now John Clarke and Bryan Dawe have broadcast their weekly interviews on ABC.  John Clarke talks about political satire and his work.

1:30 New Zealand Fashion Week - Isaac Hindin-Miller

New Zealand Fashion Week kicks off in Auckland today with the official opening ceremony on tonight. Christchurch-born, New York based blogger and style writer,  Isaac Hindin-Miller, is one of the international delegates for the event this year. Isaac is a major player on the international blogging scene and is also a regular contributor to, The New York Times, The New Yorker and GQ and locally the New Zealand Herald.  

1:40 Feature album

The Clean - Boodle Boodle Boodle.  Chosen by Bernard Hickey.  

2:10 The Critics

TV - Duncan Grieve

Music - Zac Arnold

Books - Nicky Pellegrino

Childrens Book - Ben Thatcher

Live Show - Royal NZ Ballet - Deirdre Tarrant

3:10 Feature interview - Simon Goodman

Simon Goodman's Father never talked about the war. Bernard Goodman dressed the part of a quintessential British gentleman but he actually was part of prominent German Banking family  with a vast art collection who  lost everything in the Holocaust.  In a story all too familiar, the Nazis took the family's  Degas, Renoirs, Renaissance silver and gold pieces and other artworks. Bernard Goodman never told his sons, but he spent his life trying to get it back. When he died 20 years ago,  Simon and his brother took up the challenge. In his new book, The Orpheus Clock: The Search for My Family's Art Treasures Stolen by the Nazis Simon Goodman details the fight and the obstacles put in their way by  auction houses, museum directors and unscrupulous art dealers. Simon Goodman is now based in Los Angeles.

3:35 Voices - Lynda Chanwai-Earle  

Little is known about the Wellington Sikh community which first opened its doors to the public with the opening of its Gurdwara (temple) in 1997. Lynda Chanwai-Earle learns more when she attends their langar or community meal, created for the masses so no one will go hungry.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jim Mora, Jesse Mulligan and Noelle McCarthy.