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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 1 July 2016

1:10 First song

1:15 Elle Hunt on tomorrow's Australian Election

Anxiety for Beginners

1:25 Anxiety for beginners

Eleanor Morgan has suffered from crippling anxiety for at least fifteen years. She was 17 when she had her first panic attack during a lesson at school - the blackboard went blurry, her head started to prickle, her hands went numb and her bowels began to bubble alarmingly.
"Within seconds I was convinced I was about to detonate there on my wooden stool... death became a certainty".

Eleanor Morgan is a writer for the Guardian, the Times, Indy, GQ, Harper's Bazaar, and others. In her new book   Anxiety for Beginners, she explores the roots of her own anxiety, and investigates what might be contributing to so many of us suffering around the world.

1:35 Critter of the week

DOC's Endangered Species Ambassador, Nicola Toki talks about the "kahukura" which means "red cloak"... which most of us know by a different name, the New Zealand Red Admiral Butterfly

Red Admiral Butterfly

Red Admiral Butterfly Photo: supplied

1:40 Favourite album

2:10 Movie Critic: Richard Swainson

Richard Swainson reviews Sing Street and Where to Invade Next

2:20 New Zealand Live: Paul Ubana Jones

Paul Ubana Jones

Paul Ubana Jones Photo: RNZ

On New Zealand Live until 3, a man who started playing guitar at the age of 11.  He studied Cello at a London Music College and, after graduating, moved to the South of France and began playing his music all over Europe.  His travels also took him through the US and Canada and In 1987 he moved, with his wife and family, to New Zealand.

For the last few decades he's been living in the mid-Canterbury town of Southbridge.  He's the second most famous resident there, after Dan Carter.

3:10 Monique Fiso talks Maori Kai

Monique Fiso honed her cooking skills in some top kitchens here and in New York - and now she's looking to her past to explore Maori cooking techniques and ingredients.

She and fellow Maori chef, Kane Bambery have set up HiaKai, which they describe as a pop up series - which involves running dining events around the country.

She shares her take on the boil up.

3:20 Game of Rhones

Australian wine educator, Dan Sims brings his public wine competition Game of Rhones to Auckland

3:30 Gardening with Lynda Hallinan

Lynda answers your gardening questions

3:40 Go Ahead Caller

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN : AFTERNOONS 1 - 4pm
Friday 1st July

JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST: Brooke Fraser
TITLE: Human
COMP: Brooke Fraser
ALBUM: IV Fridays
LABEL: iTunes    

FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST: The New Basement Tapes
TITLE: Spanish Mary
COMP: Bob Dylan, Rhiannon Giddens
ALBUM: Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes
LABEL: Harvest

ARTIST: The New Basement Tapes
TITLE: When I Get My Hands On You
COMP: Bob Dylan, Marcus Mumford, Taylor Goldsmith
ALBUM: Lost on the River: The New Basement Tape
LABEL: Harvest

ARTIST: The New Basement Tapes
TITLE: Lost On The River
COMP: Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello
ALBUM: Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes
LABEL: Harvest

ADDITIONAL SONG:
ARTIST: The Dance Exponents
TITLE: Victoria
COMP: Jordan Luck
ALBUM: Prayers Be Answered
LABEL: Mushroom

NEW ZEALAND LIVE:  Paul Ubana Jones
ARTIST: Paul Ubana Jones
TITLE: Who We Are
COMP: Paul Ubana Jones
ALBUM: Unreleased
LIVE: RNZ Auckland

ARTIST: Paul Ubana Jones
TITLE: The Sound of Silence
COMP: Paul Simon
ALBUM: Unreleased
LIVE: RNZ Auckland        

ARTIST: Paul Ubana Jones
TITLE: Golden Gates
COMP: Paul Ubana Jones
ALBUM: Live in Christchurch
LIVE: RNZ Auckland

ARTIST: Paul Ubana Jones
TITLE: Bone In Sand
COMP: Paul Ubana Jones
ALBUM: Unreleased
LIVE: RNZ Auckland
 
PANEL HALF TIME SONG:
ARTIST: The Learning Station
TITLE: 50 States Song (rhyming and in alphabetical order)
COMP: Not Credited
ALBUM: Musical Recall's Greatest Hits Volume 1
LABEL: Download