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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 12 October 2015

1:10 First song

Aerosmith - 'Dream On'

1:17   Sol3 Mio - Pene Pati, Amitai Pati, Moses Mackay

We have some special guests in the studio today. Sol3 Mio are here to have a chat and perform a song for us. Brothers Pene Pati and Amitai Pati and their cousin Moses Mackay have just released their second album, On Another Note. And, their first single, I see Fire.

1:27 Where is Pavlova from? - Dr Andrew Paul Wood

We're talking about the history of the Pavlova. You may expect our guest to claim the dish as a New Zealand or Australian invention. But New Zealander, Dr Andrew Paul Wood, has teamed up with an Australian, Annabelle Utrecht, to trace its origins and the answer is surprising.

1:34  Colorado Cannabis Ranch and Amphitheatre - Christian Hageseth

America is set to get its first 'weedery' and the man behind it knows a lot about the value of marijuana tourism. Christian Hageseth started the Green Man Cannabis Company and he's co-authored a book called Big Weed: An Entrepreneur's High-Stakes Adventures in the Budding Legal Marijuana Business. He's spending thrity five million US Dollars on building the Colorado Cannabis Ranch and Amphitheatre.

1:40 Favourite Album

Kate Alexander has picked She's So Unusual by Cyndi Lauper

2:10 The Critics

TV: Linda Burgess

Music: Kate Roberston

Books: Paul Little

Theatre: Lena Fransham

3:10 Feature interview - Jessica Hopper

Jessica Hopper isn't just passionate about music, she is obsessed with it. For more than 20 years, she has been a successful and rare thing in the music world, a female music critic.  She says writing about music is a way to crack open a lot of different nuts including  giving a voice to women in the male dominated world of music journalism.  She writes about the dramatic shifts in the music industry over the last 20 years  in not only what we are listening to but how we are listening to it in her new book, The First Collection of Criticism By A Living Female Rock Critic.

3:35 Voices

Stars like London based mezzo-soprano Rhonda Browne and Ben Fulton and "The Bones" return home to celebrate their high school's 40th anniversary in style with a fund-raising arts festival. An alumnus herself, Lynda Chanwai-Earle heads to Havelock North in Hawkes Bay to find out more.

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

INTRO SONG: 

 

ARTIST: Aerosmith
TITLE: Dream On
COMP: Tyler
ALBUM: Aerosmith
LABEL:  Columbia

LIVE PERFORMANCE:  

ARTIST: Sol3 Mio
TITLE: Santa Lucia
COMP: TRAD
ALBUM: On Another Note
LABEL:  Live performance at RNZ

FAVOURITE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Cyndi Lauper
TITLE: She Bop
COMP: Chertoff, Corbett, Lauper
ALBUM: She's So Unusual
LABEL:  PORTRAIT    257920

ARTIST: Cyndi Lauper
TITLE: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
COMP: Hazard
ALBUM: She's So Unusual
LABEL:  PORTRAIT    257920

ARTIST: Cyndi Lauper
TITLE: Money Changes Everything
COMP: Gray
ALBUM: She's So Unusual
LABEL:  PORTRAIT    257920

ARTIST: Cyndi Lauper
TITLE: When You Were Mine
COMP: Prince
ALBUM: She's So Unusual
LABEL:  PORTRAIT    257920

THE CRITICS:  

ARTIST: Honne
TITLE:  I Can Give You Heaven
COMP: Andy and James
ALBUM: Over Lover (EP)  
LABEL:  

ARTIST: The 1975  
TITLE: Love Me
COMP: Matt Healy, George Daniel, Adam Hann and Ross MacDonald
ALBUM: I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It
LABEL:  (Expected Feb 2016)

3:30PM SONG:

ARTIST: Bjork
TITLE: Big Time Sensuality
COMP: Bjork, Nellee Hooper
ALBUM: Debut
LABEL:  One Little Indian