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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 8 March 2016

1:13 First Song  

'A Love Song' - Ladyhawke.

1:15   Possible Zika-carrying Larvae - Dr Stewart Jessamine
Biosecurity officials at Auckland Airport have found mosquito larvae of the type that can carry Zika. The Ministry of Health said staff found the larvae in a trap near the international baggage area on 3 March. Dr Stewart Jessamine is the acting director of public health.

1:20   Historic Ferry The Kestrel Sinks - Hugh Gladwell
Historic Auckland ferry, The Kestrel, has sunk in its dock at Wynyard Wharf. The 111 year old ferry, was one of the foundation vessels of ferry transport in Auckland. Hugh Gladwell is a member of the Kestrel Preservation Society.

1.30 Guard Duty At The Featherston POW Camp - Ray Toomath
Yesterday we spoke to David Hill, who's written a book about the former Japanese prisoner of war camp outside of Featherston, during World War 2. Ray Toomath was a guard at the real life POW camp, when a riot broke out in 1943, killing 48 Japanese prisoners of war and one guard.

1:40   Treaty of Waitangi - Janneen Love
A new exhibit on the Treaty of Waitangi is due to open on Thursday. It's simply called, Treaty of Waitangi, and it explores how the Treaty affects New Zealanders today. The late Maori academic, Dr Ranginui Walker, worked with the Auckland War Memorial Museum on the project. Exhibition developer Janneen Love is here to tell us more.

1:45 Favourite Album

20 Golden Greats - The Hollies. 

2:10 Festival Report - Lynn Freeman

Our arts correspondent provides an update on the Wellington-based New Zealand Festival.

2:20 Great NZ Concerts - The BeeGees (1999)

Over 4 decades they sold 220 million albums and at one point in the 80s their combined income was believed to total 4% of the entire American music industry. Today we are feature the BeeGees New Zealand concerts of 1998.

3:10 Feature Interview - Tom Wainwright

If an industry pulls in $300 billion a year, it must be doing something right. And the industry investigated by the British editor for The Economist, Tom Wainwright has refined important business practices used by companies like Coca Cola and McDonalds to expand markets and maximize profit. It's the drug business, including legal highs that turned New Zealander Matt "Starboy" Bowden into a millionaire. Wainwright's new book is called Narconomics: How to Run a Drug Cartel. 

3:30 Our Changing World

Palaeontologists from Victoria University and GNS Science have for the first time determined how and when more than 2000 species of an ancient group of marine plankton became extinct. They found that the extinction rate of these species was largely influenced by global changes in climate and the ocean's temperature and circulation patterns. Veronika Meduna meets the team to see some of the fossils and to hear how these findings can help them to predict which current species may be most vulnerable to rapid climate change.

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

 

JESSE'S SONG:

 

ARTIST:         Ladyhawke

SONG:           A Love Song

COMP:           Brown

ALBUM:         Unreleased

LABEL:          Sound Cloud

 

FEATURE ALBUM:

 

ARTIST:         The Hollies

TITLE:             Bus Stop

COMP:           Graham Gouldman

ALBUM:         The Hollies - 20 Golden Greats

LABEL:          Parlophone

 

ARTIST:         The Hollies

TITLE:             Look Through Any Window

COMP:           Graham Gouldman, Charles Silverman

ALBUM:         The Hollies - 20 Golden Greats

LABEL:          Parlophone

 

ARTIST:         The Hollies

TITLE:             He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother

COMP:           Bob Russell, Bobby Scott

ALBUM:         The Hollies - 20 Golden Greats

LABEL:          Parlophone

 

GREAT NEW ZEALAND CONCERT:

 

ARTIST:         The Bee Gees

TITLE:             Night Fever / More Than a Woman

COMP:           Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb

ALBUM:         One Night Only

LABEL:          RSO

 

ARTIST:         The Bee Gees

TITLE:             Jive Talkin'

COMP:           Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb

ALBUM:         One Night Only

LABEL:          RSO

 

ARTIST:         The Bee Gees

TITLE:             Nights on Broadway

COMP:           Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb

ALBUM:         One Night Only

LABEL:          RSO

 

ARTIST:         The Bee Gees

TITLE:             How Can You Mend A Broken Heart

COMP:           Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb

ALBUM:         One Night Only

LABEL:          RSO

 

ARTIST:         The Bee Gees

TITLE:             Heartbreaker

COMP:           Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb

ALBUM:         One Night Only

LABEL:          RSO

 

ARTIST:         The Bee Gees

TITLE:             You Should Be Dancing

COMP:           Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb

ALBUM:         One Night Only

LABEL:          RSO

 

ADDITIONAL SONG:

 

ARTIST:         Tim Guy

TITLE:             Electric Heart

COMP:           Tim Guy

ALBUM:         Chords

LABEL:          Private

 

PANEL - HALF TIME SONG:

 

ARTIST:         Sandy Posey

TITLE:             Born A Woman

COMP:           Martha Sharpe

ALBUM:         Born A Woman

LABEL:          MGM