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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 27 November 2015

1:10 First Song

The Chills

1:15 He For She Campaign - Sue Kedgley

A global campaign with the aim of ending inequality between men and women by 2030 is being launched in New Zealand today. The "He-for-She" campaign takes a difference stance from the traditional feminist movement, in that it encourages men to take action and stand up for women. Jesse spoke to Sue Kedgley ahead of today's launch in Wellington.

1:25 Cycling Without Age - Dorthe Pedersen

Forget Driving Miss Daisy - a new phenomenom coming to New Zealand could see people cycling Miss Daisy instead. Dorthe Pedersen set up the "cycling without age" programme in Denmark three years ago - the concept has proven so popular it's now spread to 26 countries.

Robust Grasshopper

Robust Grasshopper Photo: Supplied

1:35 Critter Of The Week - Nicola Toki

Nicola Toki from DoC joins us to discuss this week's insect-in-need. Today it's the robust grasshopper.

1:40 Favourite Album

Forever Changes - Love.  Chosen by Wallace Chapman.

2:07  The Morepork

Mark Masterson is a mild mannered student by day. By night he protects the city as the mighty masked hero The Morepork.  

2:11 New Zealand Society

The drop in migratory birds numbers in New Zealand may well be given some relief by an increasing interest in conservation among the burgeoning middle class in China. The Bar Tailed Godwit which has just been voted New Zealand Bird of the Year is facing a two percent drop in population each year. David Steemson finds out more.

2:20 NZ Live - Tunes Of I

Wellington based seven piece group Tunes of I brings us an interesting mix of music. Their sound is unique and interesting. It's hard to pin down as the group draws inspiration from dub, soul, funk, jazz, bug band and even a bit of metal. They've just released their first album Restless. 

3:10 Food, Wine, Movies And Music

Chelsea Winter shares a recipe for crispy roast potatoes.

Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin.

Movie Review - Richard Swainson reviews Creed and the Program.

New Music - Melody Thomas.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Julie Moffett.

Music played in this show

OPENING SONG:

ARTIST: The Chills
TITLE: When The Poor Can Reach The Moon
COMP: Phillipps
ALBUM: Silver Bullets
LABEL: Fire

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Love
TITLE: And more again
COMP: Lee, MacLean
ALBUM: Forever Changes
LABEL: Elektra

ARTIST: Love
TITLE: Old Man
COMP: MacLean
ALBUM: Forever Changes
LABEL: Elektra

ARTIST: Love
TITLE: Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale
COMP: Lee
ALBUM: Forever Changes
LABEL: Elektra

ARTIST: Love
TITLE: Bummer in the Summer
COMP: Lee
ALBUM: Forever Changes
LABEL: Elektra

NZ LIVE:

ARTIST: Tunes of I
TITLE: Tautoko
COMP: Tunes of I
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ

ARTIST: Tunes of I
TITLE: Changes
COMP: Tunes of I
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ

ARTIST: Tunes of I
TITLE: The Circle
COMP: Tunes of I
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ

ARTIST: Tunes of I
TITLE: You Figure
COMP: Tunes of I
ALBUM: Live at RNZ
LABEL: Live at RNZ

HALFTIME:

ARTIST: Nickelback
TITLE: If Everyone Cared
COMP: Chad Kroeger / Nickelback
ALBUM: All The Right Reasons
LABEL: Roadrunner