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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 21 January 2016

1:10 First Song

You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin. 

1:17 Dr Richard Swainson and Quentin Tarantino  

Our film reviewer Richard Swainson has been to see the new Tarantino movie The Hateful Eight. And he spent a few minutes discussing it with Quentin Tarantino earlier today.

1:27 BBC Witness - The Soldier Who Never Surrendered

In January 1972 a Japanese soldier was found hiding in the jungle on the Pacific island of Guam. He had been living in the wild there for 27 years since the end of World War Two. His name was Soichi Yokoi.

1:34 Free Concert - Thomas Oliver

Musicians are getting together in Auckland this weekend to support refugees. Kiwis On Board and Diva the Agency are throwing a free concert at Silo Park on Saturday. And Neil Finn, the Topp Twins, and Wellington musician, Thomas Oliver will be playing.

1:40 Favourite Album

The Silver Tongued Devil and I - Kris Kristofferson.  Chosen by Douglas Maclachlan. 

2:10 Money - Mary Holm

Financial author and Kiwsaver expert Mary Holm provides more wisdom on the subject of personal finance. 

2:30 Burnt Barley - Peta Mathias

A while back New Zealand cook, raconteur and inveterate traveller, Peta Mathias took time out to visit the land of her forebears, discovering Ireland's food, people and music.  The book of her adventures went on to win the Literary Food Writing  (in English) category at the World Cookbook Fair. And for the next few weeks - we'll feature a few extracts from it.

2:45 Food Allergies - Niki Bezzant 

How have food allergies grown to the point where we now have a food allergy EXPO scheduled for each of the main centres in the coming months?  Paul Brennan speaks to Nikki Bezzant from Healthy Life Media.

3:10 Masterpieces

Today on Masterpieces, Paul Brennan speaks with Adam Mercer from Mercer and Mercer Architects about his favourite example of New Zealand architecture. It's a house in Parnell, designed for the Gibbs family by Adam's former architecture lecturer, David Mitchell.

3:10 The Expats

Today's Expat, Alan Cooper, works for the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA. ACAD conducts leading research into ancient human migration, megafaunal extinction, ancient microbiomes and forensic analysis.

3:30 Our Changing World

The Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust has been getting local residents involved in morepork conservation to find out how many ruru breed in the area and how big their range is. Veronika Meduna joins project leader Alison Evans and Department of Conservation scientist Moira Pryde for a night walk to listen out for ruru calls, and she meets a team of keen handymen at the Akaroa Men's Shed to watch as they build deluxe morepork nesting boxes for the project.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about, with Paul Brennan, Jim Mora and Zara Potts.

Music played in this show


ARTIST:     Aretha Franklin
TITLE:     (You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman
COMP:     Gerry Goffin, Carole King.
ALBUM:     Digital Download
LABEL:     Download


ARTIST:    Thomas Oliver
TITLE:        If I Move To Mars
COMP:    Thomas Oliver
ALBUM:    If I Move To Mars
LABEL:    Download


ARTIST:    Kris Kristofferson
TITLE:        The Silver Tongued Devil and I
COMP:    Kris Kristofferson
ALBUM:    The Silver Tongued Devil and I
LABEL:    Monument

ARTIST:    Kris Kristofferson
TITLE:        Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
COMP:    Kris Kristofferson
ALBUM:    The Silver Tongued Devil and I
LABEL:    Monument

ARTIST:    Kris Kristofferson
TITLE:        The Taker
COMP:    Kris Kristofferson, Shel Silverstein
ALBUM:    The Silver Tongued Devil and I
LABEL:    Monument


ARTIST:    Will i Am
TITLE:        Reach For The Stars
COMP:    William Adams, Lukasz Gottwald
ALBUM:    Digital Download
LABEL:    Interscope

ARTIST:    Paul Simon
TITLE:        Allergies
COMP:    Paul Simon
ALBUM:    Hearts & Bones

ARTIST:    The Mockers
TITLE:        Swear It's True
COMP:    Gareth Curtis, Andrew Fagan    
ALBUM:    Swear It's True