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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 28 January 2016

1:10 First Song

'Glow' - Lontalius.  

1:15 Fonterra Payout - Professor Jacqueline Rowarth

This morning, Fonterra announced it has lowered the forecast payout to dairy farmers for the 2015/2016 season. The dairy company reduced the farmgate milk price to $4.15 per kilogram of milk solids, down from $4.60 per kilo. But just how much more pressure will this put on farmers and what's the outlook for the rest of the year? Jacqueline Rowarth is a Professor of Agri-Business from the University of Waikato.

1:25 #NoFilterFeb - Fritha Hookway

By now, many of us will have broken our new year vows. The resolutions we make about losing weight, exercising more, eating a more healthy diet or tackling various detox diets. But our guest is proposing another form of purging. Fritha Hookway is a New Zealander who has started a movement called 'digital detox'. It's called #NoFilterFeb. And it's about 'detoxing social media' for a bit.

1:35 Food/Love/God - Associate Professor Lorna Piatti-Farnell

The second annual symposium of popular culture is going to be held at Auckland University of Technology next week. It's called Food/Love/God and will cover everything from biscuits to film horror, TV shows to radio. Associate Professor, Lorna Piatti-Farnell, is from the Popular Culture Research Centre. And she has organised the event.

1:40 Favourite Album

'Red Dirt Girl' by Emmylou Harris.  Chosen by Mike Shennen. 

2:10 Money with Mary Holm 

Financial author and columnist Mary Holm talks about priorities.

2:30 Burnt Barley - Peta Mathias  

Today - Part 2 of Peta Mathias' book Burnt Barley- or 'How to Eat, Dance
and Sing your way around Ireland'. This time, Peta takes us back to when she was in Dublin, sampling what that city had to offer.

2:45 Food Guests

Today's featured foodies are in the Brazilian barbeque business. Alana and Alosio from Aloisio Brazilian BBQ Catering.

3:10 Masterpieces

Sir Richard Taylor talks about his favourite work undertaken by Weta Workshop. And how the recent statues of Wal and Dog, from Footrot Flats, were created.

3:25 The Expats

Each week we speak to a New Zealander living overseas. And today, we meet the 'bad boy' of Shakespeare. Jonno Roberts has made a career out of playing the bad guy. And he's doing it again, in Washington.

3:30 Our Changing World

High-precision lasers, electron microscopes and nano-scale electronics were all on the curriculum for a group of Year 12 and 13 students as they joined scientists at the MacDiarmid Institute for a week-long nanocamp.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Zara Potts.

Music played in this show



ARTIST:     Lontalius
TITLE:     Glow
COMP:     Johnston
ALBUM:    I'll Forget 17     
LABEL:     Pod


ARTIST:    Emmylou Harris
TITLE:        Tragedy
COMP:    Crowell Harris
ALBUM:    Red Dirt Girl
LABEL:    Nonsuch

ARTIST:    Emmylou Harris
TITLE:        I Don't Want To Talk About It
COMP:    Harris
ALBUM:    Red Dirt Girl
LABEL:    Nonsuch

ARTIST:    Emmylou Harris
TITLE:        Bang The Drum Slowly
COMP:    Clark, Harris
ALBUM:    Red Dirt Girl
LABEL:    Nonsuch


ARTIST:    The Avalanches
 TITLE:    Since I Left You
COMP:    Charter, Diblasi, Drennen, McQuilte
ALBUM:    Since I Left You
LABEL:    Modular

ARTIST:    Anitta
 TITLE:    Bang
COMP:    Umberto Tavares, Larissa Machado, Jefferson Junior
ALBUM:    Bang
LABEL:    Warner


TITLE:        Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
COMP:    Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott.
ALBUM:    Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
LABEL:    Albert