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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 10 October 2016

1:10 First song

1:15 Clinton V Trump in Second Televised Debate

The second round of the presidential debates will start shortly in St Louis, and it could get nasty. US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will meet Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. But it's been a rocky weekend for the Republicans, after a 2005 recording of Trump surfaced on Friday, revealing him bragging about groping women. Our correspondent, Simon Marks, explains.

The second round of the presidential debates will be held in St Louis, and it could get nasty.

The second round of the presidential debates will be held in St Louis, and it could get nasty. Photo: AFP

1.20 Are we failing people with Mental Health Issues?

Today is World Mental Health Day, and AUT is holding its annual event, with a goal of taking mental health issues out of the shadows. The day focuses on psychological and mental health first aid. And aims to enable people to feel more confident in tackling the stigma, people with mental health conditions can experience. Professor Max Abbott is the dean of AUT's Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences, he's a professor of Psychology and Public Health. And the former president of the World Federation for Mental Health, and founding national director of the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.

Are we failing people with mental health issues?

Are we failing people with mental health issues? Photo: 123RF

1:25 Veteran pilot, Guy Clapshaw

When film producers were looking for a pilot to fly a Percival Proctor Mark One plane like the one aviation pioneer Jean Batten flew for a film about her life, they found another aviation pioneer to do it.  Guy Clapshaw has flown almost every kind of aircraft - from World War Two jet fighters to Fox Moths and 747 Jumbo Jets.  

And he owns a plane that is almost identical to the one Jean Batten used  to become the first person to make a direct flight from England to New Zealand.   The 80th anniversary of that flight is next week.

Guy Clapshaw writes about his long and career flying for Air New Zealand, from the days when  human beings did the navigation with the help of computers, not the other way around, to the era of the jumbo jet.

His book is called Tasman Echo Alpha.

Guy Clapshaw

Guy Clapshaw Photo: supplied

1:35 NZ's vintage planes

Don Jessen has studied the many historic aircraft in New Zealand for his book Vintage and Iconic Aircraft

1:40 Favourite album

2:10 Television Critic Linda Burgess.

Black Sheep

Black Sheep Photo: commons

2:20 Black Sheep: the shady characters of NZ History

We begin a new series today, looking at some of the darker characters of our history. William Ray presents his new 6 part series, Black Sheep.

2:35 Saving the Storm Petrel

Matt Rayner is the Curator of Land Vertebrates at Auckland Museum, and has played a key role in the study and protection of the New Zealand Storm petrel, which was believed to be extinct until 2003 when it was discovered that a small number were breeding on Little Barrier Island.

He talks about these remarkable birds, and the efforts to save them.

3:10 How did rock music get so white?

Just around midnight by Jack Hamilton

Just around midnight by Jack Hamilton Photo: supplied

When rock and roll first burst onto the music scene in the 1950's, black artists like Chuck Berry and Sam Cooke were pioneers. By the time Jimi Hendrix died in 1970, he was an outlier; a black artist playing lead guitar  in a rock and roll band.

How did rock get so white?   Jack Hamilton, a professor of Media Studies at the University of Virginia and music critic for Slate, explores the issue of race and music in his new book, Just around Midnight Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination.

3:35 Voices

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

Music played in this show

JESSE MULLIGAN - AFTERNOONS
1:00pm - 4:00pm
MONDAY OCTOBER 10th 2016

JESSE'S SONG:
ARTIST:    Glass Animals
TITLE:        Life Itself
COMP:    Dave Bayley
ALBUM:    How To Be a Human Being
LABEL:    Harvest

FAVORITE ALBUM:
ARTIST:    Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
TITLE:        Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
COMP:    Mickey Newbury
ALBUM:    The Big Lebowski: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
LABEL:    Mercury

ARTIST:    Yma Sumac
TITLE:    Ataypura
COMP:    Moises Vivanco
ALBUM:    The Big Lebowski: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
LABEL:    Mercury

ARTIST:    The Gypsy Kings
TITLE:        Hotel California
COMP:    Don Henley, Glenn Frey , Don Felder
ALBUM:    The Big Lebowski: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
LABEL:    Mercury

FEATURE INTERVIEW: "Just Around Midnight" by Jack Hamilton
ARTIST:    Chuck Berry
TITLE:        Johnny B Goode
COMP:    Chuck Berry
ALBUM:    Chuck Berry Is on Top
LABEL:    Chess

ARTIST:    Sam Cooke
TITLE:        You Send Me
COMP:    Sam Cooke
ALBUM:    Songs By Sam Cooke
LABEL:    Keen

ARTIST:    Sam Cooke
TITLE:        A Change Is Gonna Come
COMP:    Sam Cooke
ALBUM:    Ain't That Good News
LABEL:    RCA Victor

ARTIST:    The Beatles
TITLE:        Money (That's What I Want)
COMP:    Janie Bradford, Berry Gordy
ALBUM:    With The Beatles
LABEL:    Parlophone

ARTIST:    Aretha Franklin
TITLE:        Eleanor Rigby
COMP:    John Lennon, Paul McCartney
ALBUM:    This Girl's In Love With You.
LABEL:    Atlantic

ARTIST:    The Rolling Stones
TITLE:        Brown Sugar
COMP:    Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
ALBUM:     Sticky Fingers
LABEL:    Rolling Stones Records
    
THE PANEL:
ARTIST:    Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
TITLE:        Let's Eat
COMP:    Ben Haggerty, Ryan Lewis, Brandon Anderson, Josh Rawlings
ALBUM:    This Unruly Mess I've Made
LABEL:    Macklemore