Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 6 November 2015
1:10 First song
'Porcelain Hands' - Strawpeople
1:15 Kaiteriteri Beach - Damien O'Connor
The beachfront at the immensely popular Kaiteretere Beach at the edge of the Abel Tasman is set to change, as a new two-storey building takes shape. The 5-million dollar development has angered some locals, and MP Damien O'Connor says it has forever changed the face of Kaiteriteri.
1:20 Heritage Rescue - Laurie Clarke
Hundreds of heritage sites and museums around the country are struggling to stay afloat. A new TV series about to start production hopes to not only shine a light on these little small-town gems, but also reviatlise and help them become more of a going concern. We speak to Top Shelf productions about the idea behind the show.
1:30 Who Let The Dogs Out? - Cathy Casey
If you need an excuse to get out of the office next Friday, the Auckland council is releasing dogs from three pounds for workers to go walkies with. And if you take a liking to your new four-legged friend, you can apply to take it home.
1:40 Favourite Album
Between The Lines - Janis Ian.
2:08 The Morepork - Episode 6
Mark Masterson is a mild mannered student by day but by night he protects the city as the mighty masked hero The Morepork.
2:12 New Zealand Society - Justin Gregory
Inter-dimensional critters are populating Papakura this month, hiding out in local landmarks and waiting to be found.
2:20 NZ Live - Lisa Crawley
Singer/songwriter Lisa Crawley has just released a new EP Up In The Air, and has returned home from Australia to for an eight date tour, which opened last night in Christchurch.
3:08 Food, Wine, Music And Movies
3:10 Food - Nadia Lim
Nadia is here with a recipe for smoked salmon, cherry tomato and asparagus tart with lemon and rocket.
3.20 Weekend Wine - Joelle Thomson
Today, Joelle explores Chenin Blanc.
3.25 Movie Review - Richard Swainson
Dr Swainson reviews the New Zealand documentary The Art of Recovery and a Hollywood melodrama, Freeheld.
3.33 New Music - Zac Arnold
Zac Arnold will discuss the Critics' Choice Prize at the NZ Music Awards (being awarded tonight!) the Phoenix Foundation and the Brian Jonestown Massacre.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Julie Moffett.