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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 13 September 2016

1:10 First song

1:15 How 9/11 unfolded for George Bush and those around him

Director of Communications Dan Bartlett points to news footage of the World Trade Center Towers burning, September 11, 2001, as President George W. Bush gathers information about the attack from Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida.

Director of Communications Dan Bartlett points to news footage of the World Trade Center Towers burning, September 11, 2001, as President George W. Bush gathers information about the attack from Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida. Photo: George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

First thing in the morning on September 11, 2001 President George W. Bush said to his chief of staff Andy Card "It should be an easy day". Things changed quickly at 8.45am and then 9.03am when two planes hit the World Trade Centre in New York. Andy Card was charged with telling the president about the second plane as the president read to a group of schoolchildren at Emma E Booker Elementary School in Sarasota Florida. The words he chose and what else was said that day by the people in the president's inner circle has been collected and shared for the first time in an incredible longform article on the website Politico.

The man who did all the research and has presented these memories and conversations in public for the first time is Garrett M Graff. He's also the author of the forthcoming book Raven Rock, which will detail the history of the US government's nuclear Doomsday plans during the Cold War.

Student loan sign

Student loan sign Photo: 123RF

1:25  Govt gets tough on former students now overseas 

Student debt has doubled since 2005 to 15 billion dollars...the biggest proportion of which is owed by people working overseas. And the NZ Union of Students Associations says students who've gone overeas to get valuable work experience and skills may be in too much in debt and scared to come home. 

IRD is teaming up with the Australian Tax Office next month to get the contact details for New Zealanders who aren't paying back their loans. Repayment holidays were cut from three years to just 6 months in 201

We speak to the National President of the NZ Union of Students Association Linsey Higgins

The Wireless spoke to several students who are overseas - see their report here.

1:35 Dan Slevin: 1971 in film

In response to our recent interview with music journalist David Hepworth, in which he argued that 1971 was the greatest ever year in music, RNZ's film guy, Dan Slevin is seeing if the same can be said of film.

Fiddler on the Roof

Fiddler on the Roof Photo: Metro Goldwyn Mayer

1:40 Favourite album: Who You Are by Jessie J (2011)

Michael Hurst's solo show No Holds Bard

Michael Hurst's solo show No Holds Bard Photo: Supplied

2.10 No Holds Bard

He's one of New Zealand's most renowned actors of the stage and screen, and Michael Hurst's most recent work, is the 'Shakespearean-ish' solo show, No Holds Bard. The Edinburgh Spotlight described it as 'a tsunami of a performance'. And it's part of Michael's plan to bring full-on performance to smaller places in New Zealand.

2:20 Book Critic:  Charlotte Graham

This week, a look at what's new in Young Adult fiction

Th' Dudes

Th' Dudes play Wellington's Cricketers Arms (c) 1980 Photo: Supplied

2:30 Great New Zealand Album: "Where Are The Boys" by Th' Dudes

Peter Urlich joins Jesse in the studio to talk about making Th' Dudes 1980 seminal album "Where Are The Boys", which included hits such as Walking In Light and Bliss.

Antonio Garcia Martinez

Antonio Garcia Martinez Photo: Harper Collins

3:10 Obscene Fortune: the truth about Silicon Valley

The image of Silicon Valley as a place where 20 something computer geeks can become billionaires and with hard work and a good idea is not right according to ex-Facebook employee Antonio Garcia Martinez.

He says it's more like The Game of Thrones. with middle managers fighting to form their own fiefdoms and where ruthlessness rivals Wall Street. He tells the secrets of start ups in his new book,  Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley.

3:30 Our Changing World: Community conservation on the Kapiti Coast

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN AFTERNOONS / PANEL:
1pm - 5pm
Tuesday 13th September 2016

JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST:   Bruce Springsteen
TITLE:     Nebraska
COMP:    Bruce Springsteen
ALBUM:  Nebraska
LIVE:      Columbia

FAVOURITE ALBUM:
ARTIST:   Jessie J
TITLE:     Price Tag
COMP:    Jessica Cornish, Lukasz Gottwald, Claude Kelly, Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr.
ALBUM:  Who You Are    
LABEL:   Island

ARTIST:   Jessie J  
TITLE:     Who's Laughing now
COMP:    Jessica Cornish, Talay Riley, Kyle Abrahams, George Astasio, Jon Shave, Peter Ighile, Jason Pebworth
ALBUM:  Who You Are
LABEL:    Island

ARTIST:   Jessie J          
TITLE:     Stand Up
COMP:    Jessica Cornish, Karl "K-Gee" Gordon, Chris Arnold, David Martin, Geoff Morrow
ALBUM:  Who You Are
LABEL:   Island

THE GREAT NEW ZEALAND ALBUM:
ARTIST:   Th' Dudes
TITLE:      Walking In Light
COMP:    Dave Dobbyn, Ian Morris
ALBUM:  Where Are The Boys?"
LABEL:   Key
 
ARTIST:   Th' Dudes
TITLE:     On The Rox
COMP:    Peter Urlich
ALBUM:  Where Are The  Boys?
LABEL:   Key

ARTIST:   Th' Dudes
TITLE:      Bliss
COMP:    Dave Dobbyn, Ian Morris
ALBUM:   Where Are The Boys?
LABEL:   Key

THE PANEL:
ARTIST:   Bruce Springsteen
TITLE:     My City In Ruins
COMP:    Bruce Springsteen
ALBUM:  The Rising.
LABEL:   Columbia

ARTIST:   Elton John
TITLE:     Sitting Doing Nothing
COMP:    Bernie Taupin, Elton John
ALBUM:  Elton John:Dick James Demos, Volume 1
LABEL:   DJM