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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 28 September 2015

1:10 First song

Ryan Adams - 'Blank Space'

1:15 Ernie Awards - Hon Dr Meredith Burgmann

Australia's Ernie Awards for Sexist Remarks took place last week, and with more than 200 nominations, it shows sexism is alive and well. Each September, more than 300 women come together at New South Wales Parliament House, to judge the most sexist remarks made by public figures in the fields of politics, media, sport, celebrity and justice.Founder, Dr Meredith Burgmann, speaks with Jesse from Sydney.

1:20 A Woman's Right To Shoes - Robyn Grace

Our next guest has worked in the New Zealand film industry for more than 20 years and now she's plucked up the courage to start telling her own stories. Robyn Grace has worked as a director and producer on local and international films. And now, she's one of only a few to be given the rights to a work by Marian Keyes.

1:30 Amazon To Aotearoa - Dr Marcus Maia

A visiting Brazilian linguist will give a series of free public lectures, on the importance of nurturing indigenous languages globally. Dr Marcus Maia is an associate professor of linguistics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and researcher with the National Council for the Development of Science. He's had more than thirty years of experience as a linguist working with and for indigenous communities. And he's taking a trip from the Amazon to Aotearoa.

1:40 Favourite album

Wait a Minute by the James Taylor Quartet. Chosen by Rufus Turner.  

2:10 The Critics

TV review - Phil Wallington
Books - Sarah Laing
Gaming - Siobhan Keogh
New Music - Russell Brown

3:10 Never Enough - Michael D'Antonio

They're calling it the summer of Trump in the United States. Donald Trump is at the top of the polls in a crowded field of people who want to be the Republican candidate for president. That doesn't surprise former Newsday reporter and author Michael D'Antonio. He explains why the property developer's self absorbed, self promoting style is so popular among some Americans in his new book: "Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success".  . 

3:35 Voices

The Quiet Room is a play that reflects stories from members of Canteen, an organisation which supports young New Zealanders living with cancer. Lynda Chanwai-Earle attends rehearsals in Wellington with the writer - a practicing paediatrician - the young cast and the director to learn how the play reflects their own personal stories.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about, with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Zoe George.

Music played in this show

OPENING SONG: 

 

ARTIST: TAYLOR SWIFT 

TITLE: BLANK SPACE

COMP: Max Martin / Shellback

ALBUM: 1989

LABEL:  BIGMACHINE

 

ARTIST: RYAN ADAMS

TITLE: BLANK SPACE

COMP: Max Martin / Shellback

ALBUM: 1989

LABEL: PAX AM

 

FAVOURITE ALBUM:

 

ARTIST: James Taylor Quartet

TITLE: Wait a Minute

COMP: Taylor,Taylor,Wingfield

ALBUM: Wait a minute

LABEL: Polydor / Spectrum Music

 

ARTIST: James Taylor Quartet

TITLE: Theme from Starsky & Hutch

COMP: Schrifrin

ALBUM: Wait a minute

LABEL: Polydor / Spectrum Music

 

ARTIST: James Taylor Quartet

TITLE: Lulu

COMP: ?

ALBUM: Wait a minute

LABEL: Polydor / Spectrum Music

 

ARTIST: James Taylor Quartet

TITLE: Fat Boy Stomp

COMP: Taylor,Taylor

ALBUM: Wait a minute

LABEL: Polydor / Spectrum Music

 

ARTIST: James Taylor Quartet

TITLE: I say a Little Prayer

COMP: Bacharach,David)

ALBUM: Wait a minute

LABEL: Polydor / Spectrum Music

 

CRITICS:

 

ARTIST: Lontalius

TITLE: All I wanna say

COMP: Lontalius

ALBUM: N/A

LABEL: N/A

 

ARTIST: New Order

TITLE: Plastic

COMP: New order

ALBUM: Music Complete

LABEL:  Mute

 

3.30 Song

 

ARTIST: Bella Kalolo

TITLE: 'Let Go'

COMP: Bella Kalolo

ALBUM: 'Time and Space'

LABEL:  Bella Sounds