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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 25 February 2016

1:10 First Song

'Money Don't Matter 2night' - Prince.

1:15 Prince - Simon Sweetman

Prince played his first ever concerts in Auckland last night, and there was plenty of hype around about the sold-out shows. Music writer and curator of the website Off The Tracks, Simon Sweetman, was there.

1:25 The Tiaki Fishing Approach - Rachel Taulelei

A new way to fish, that uses innovative nets and a mobile app, to track how fish are caught and where they come from. The Tiaki fishing approach is the latest stage in the six-year Primary Growth Partnership between the Ministry for Primary Industries and commercial fishing companies - Sanford, Sealord and Aotearoa Fisheries. Rachel Taulelei is the CEO of Kono New Zealand and founder of Yellow Brick Road, and she's here to tell us more about it.

1:35 Creating a Tribal Economy - Associate Professor Te Maire Tau

The University of Canterbury Ngāi Tahu Research Centre is hosting an international conference this week on what is needed to create a tribal economy. But what exactly does this mean? Director of the Ngāi Tahu Research Centre, Associate Professor Te Maire Tau explains.

1:40 Favourite Album

Gratte moi la puce - Thomas Fersen.

2:10 Money with Mary Holm

Mary offers some tips on buying and selling property.

2:30 Burnt Barley - Peta Mathias

Peta Mathias takes us to the Matchmaker's Pub in Lisdoonvarna.

2:45 Food Guests 

Featuring Kylee Newton, the modern preserver, and Matt Lambert, chef and owner of The Musket Room, a New Zealand themed restaurant in New York.

3:10 Masterpieces - David Downs

Today on the show, David Downs will be looking at his favourite lesser-known NZ inventions.  How a tobacco company kept the world fit; why Ernest Rutherford is the SECOND most famous person from the small town of Brightwater, Nelson; how a kiwi stopped people yelling at sport matches; and how a kiwi vet revolutionised health across the world. And, rather sadly, David will highlight little known kiwi heroes of invention that reached recognition on the world stage but not here in their home country.

3:20 The Expats - Simon Oscroft

Time now for our weekly catch-up on the Expats. Where we check-in with New Zealanders living overseas. And today, we are off to New York, to speak with musician Simon Oscroft.

3:30 Our Changing World

With technology becoming part of every-day life, digital literacy is an essential skill, for young and old. Veronika Meduna joins a school group as they spend a morning at Mind Lab, using fruit and vegetables as electrical conductors to build musical instruments and learning to program robot.

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:    Prince & The New Power Generation
SONG:    Money Dont Matter 2Night
COMP:    Prince
ALBUM:    Diamonds and Pearls
LABEL:    Warner


ARTIST:    Thomas Fersen
TITLE:        Croque
COMP:    Thomas Fersen
ALBUM:    Gratte Moi La Puce
LABEL:    Asylum

ARTIST:    Thomas Fersen
TITLE:        La Chauve Souris
COMP:    Thomas Fersen
ALBUM:    Gratte Moi La Puce
LABEL:    Asylum


ARTIST:    Jethro Tull
TITLE:        Fat Man
COMP:    Ian Anderson
ALBUM:    Stand Up
LABEL:    Reprise