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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 24 September 2015

1:10 First song

Lorde and Disclosure - 'Magnets'

1:15 Sugary Drinks Ban - Dr Anita Bell

We speak to Dr Anita Bell about Waikato Hospital's prohibition of sugary drinks.  

1:20 Live Coronation Street - Simon Bennett 

The long-running soap, Coronation Street, was broadcast live last night - this morning New Zealand time. Eleven cameras on various sets shot the scenes live. And during the ad breaks, there was interaction with viewers on social media. When Corrie first aired, it was always broadcast live - as was always the case in TV back then. But could this new live interactive format be the future for soaps? We talk to Shortland Street's producer, Simon Bennett.

1:30 Living Below The Line - Geoff Scott

Auckland chef Geoff Scott is participating in the Living Below the Line challenge. Participants will live on $2.25 a day, the New Zealand equivalent of the global extreme poverty line, for all their food for five days. They are doing this in solidarity with the millions of human trafficking and slavery victims around the globe and raising money for TEAR Fund's anti-trafficking work in Southeast Asia.

1:40 Favourite album

Lucinda Williams - 'Lucinda Williams' (1988)

2:10 Mindfulness - Ruby Wax

Ruby Wax is world-renowned as a comedian, celebrity interviewer, and script editor of the 1990s classic, Absolutely Fabulous. She has also got an OBE for her services to mental health and a master's degree in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from Oxford University. She is in New Zealand to address a conference of health professionals.     

2:20 Roadmap - Stratford

Today on the roadmap we are going on a roadtrip 30 minutes out of New Plymouth to the South Taranaki town of Stratford. The town has 9000 residents, more than 70 streets inspired by Shakespeare and is close to the stunning mountain. It's been described as the gateway to the national park, Texas of the South and the Shakespearean centre of the antipodes.

3:10 The Expats - Claudia Batten

Our expat this week is Claudia Batten, who lives and works in Los Angeles.

3:25 Masterpieces - Keith Quinn

On Masterpieces today Keith Quinn talks about his all-time favourite All Blacks rugby match. 

3:35 Our Changing World: Wildbase - a hospital dedicated to native wildlife

Massey University’s Wildbase Hospital is New Zealand’s only hospital focusing on native species. Here the patients are rare and endangered native birds, reptiles and mammals from all over the country.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about.  With Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Zara Potts.

Music played in this show

OPENING SONG:

ARTIST: Disclosure
TITLE: Magnets
COMP: Disclosure
ALBUM: Caracal
LABEL: Island

FAVOURITE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Lucinda Williams
TITLE: 'The nights too long'.
COMP: Williams
ALBUM: Lucinda Williams
LABEL: Roughtrade

ARTIST: Lucinda Williams
TITLE: 'Passionate Kisses'
COMP: Williams
ALBUM: Lucinda Williams
LABEL: Roughtrade

ARTIST: Lucinda Williams
TITLE: 'Crescent City'
COMP: Williams
ALBUM: Lucinda Williams
LABEL: Roughtrade

ARTIST: Lucinda Williams
TITLE: "Am I too blue"
COMP: Williams
ALBUM: Lucinda Williams
LABEL: Roughtrade

ROADMAP:

ARTIST: Jim Bryant, Marni Nixon
TITLE: Somewhere
COMP: Bernstein
ALBUM: West Side Story [Original Soundtrack]
LABEL: Columbia

ARTIST: Joan Baez
TITLE: Diamonds and rust
COMP: Baez
ALBUM: Joan Baez: The Best Of (Compilation)
LABEL: A&M

PANEL:

ARTIST: Nirvana
TITLE: Smells like teen spirit
COMP: Cobain, Grohl, Novoselic
ALBUM: Nevermind
LABEL: Geffen