Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 30 November 2015
1:00 Remembering Jonah
John Campbell acts as MC and Jim Mora and Ken Laban provide additional commentary for RNZ's broadcast of the public remembrance service for All Black great, Jonah Lomu, at Eden Park, Auckland.
3:10 Feature Interview - Cheryl Strayed
Before there was Wild, there was "Dear Sugar", an advice column for the internet age written anonymously by Cheryl Strayed, long before her book and the movie by Reese Witherspoon made her famous. "Dear Sugar" appeared on the literary site The Rumpus and dispensed practical wisdom acquired from the challenges Strayed experienced in her own life. Her mother died, she abused drugs and went through a divorce before hiking the Pacific Crest Trail along the West Coast of the United States and turning her life around. She's written a new book with quotes and thoughts about overcoming adversity called Brave Enough. We'll talk to Cheryl Strayed.
They're little edible treasures, layered with real gold and silver leaf and all handmade. Lynda Chanwai-Earle is in the heart of Hawkes Bay to find out why Pawan's Indian sweets have customers queuing.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan and Zoe George.
Music played in this show
Jesse Mulligan 1-4pm
Monday 30 November
ALBUM: Why Can't We Be Friends
LABEL: United Artists