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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 28 April 2016

 

1:10 First Song

ABC - 'Viva Love'.  

1:15 The Future Of Huntly - Allan Sanson

Two fossil fuel power plants in Huntly that were expected to close will now remain open until 2022, Genesis Energy has revealed today. Genesis had previously announced it would close Huntly's two coal-fired Rankine units at the end of 2018 but it said a deal with other generators would see them stay open for another four years. But what does this mean for the community in Huntly? Allan Sanson is the Waikato District Mayor.

1:25 $20,000 Donation Keeps Youthline Afloat - Stephen Bell

Auckland Youthline health clinic has been thrown a lifeline today. The help service for young people was set to close, unless about $50,000 was raised. And one donor has stepped up to offer some of what is needed. CEO for Youthline, Stephen Bell, talks about the future of the service.

1:35 Real Life CSI - Dion Sheppard

Crime scene investigation programmes have exploded on our TV screens, over the past few years. And now New Zealand has its own. Forensics NZ has started on Prime recently, so we thought we'd talk to a real life forensics expert to find out what it's really like. Dion Sheppard is a Forensic Research & Development Programme Manager at Institute of Environmental Science and Research Ltd (ESR) in Auckland.

1:40 Favourite Album

Eels - Daisies of the Galaxy.

2:10 Money with Mary Holm

Mary summarises the main types of investments.

2:30 Burnt Barley - Peta Mathias

Peta Mathias with the final reading from her book , 'Burnt Barley,  or  How to Eat, Dance and Sing your way around Ireland', published by Vintage.

2:45 International Story

3:10 Masterpieces - Gaylene Preston

Filmmaker Gaylene Preston picks her favourite New Zealand film.

3:25 Expats - Christopher Foulkes

International citizen Christopher Foulkes talks about life in Hawaii, Washington, Bangkok and Afghanistan.

3:30 Our Changing World

New Zealand's transport system is 99% dependent on fossil fuels and produces a fifth of our total greenhouse gas emissions. A switch to electric vehicles could reduce emissions significantly, but as yet, there are still only about 1000 people in New Zealand who drive fully electric cars. Veronika Meduna is one of them - and she meets EV enthusiasts at the Leading the Charge road trip to find out why they got theirs, what's needed to encourage others and why it makes sense to switch to electric transport.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

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

Music played in this show

 

JESSE'S SONG:

 

ARTIST:         ABC

TITLE:             Viva Love

COMP:           Martin Fry

ALBUM:         Lexicon of Love 2

LABEL:          Download

 

FEATURE ALBUM:

 

ARTIST:         The Eels

TITLE:             Mr E's Beautiful Blues

COMP:           Mark Oliver Everett, Michael Simpson

ALBUM          Daisies of the Galaxy

LABEL           DreamWorks

 

ARTIST:         The Eels

TITLE:             Wooden Nickels

COMP:           Mark Oliver Everett

ALBUM          Daisies of the Galaxy

LABEL           DreamWorks

 

ARTIST:         The Eels

TITLE:             Sound of Fear

COMP:           Mark Oliver Everett

ALBUM          Daisies of the Galaxy

LABEL           DreamWorks

 

ADDITIONAL MUSIC:    

 

ARTIST:         The Doors

TITLE:             Light My Fire

COMP:           Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, Robby Krieger

ALBUM:         The Doors

LABEL:          Elektra

 

ARTIST:         The Black Keys

 TITLE:            Gotta Get Away       

COMP:           Dan Auerbach Patrick Carney Brian Burton

ALBUM:         Turn Blue

LABEL:          Nonesuch

 

THE PANEL: HALFTIME SONG     

 

ARTIST:         Mark Ronson Feat: Bruno Mars

TITLE:             Uptown Funk           

COMP:           Jeff Bhasker, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson, Nicholas Williams, Devon Gallaspy, Lonnie Simmons, The Gap Band, Rudolph Taylor

ALBUM:         Uptown Special       

LABEL:          RCA