Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 9 May 2018
Short Story Club
This week we feature two poems
We'll have a giveaway book for the writer of the best email - firstname.lastname@example.org
1:10 Sophie Morris performs live
Sophie Morris is a singer and performer who specialises in musical theatre and contemporary classical music and on Saturday kicks off her month-long tour with the Australian ensemble, The Ten Tenors.
1:15 Cyber security in the quantum computing age
For National Privacy Week this week, a scientist is speaking to parliament to warn them of the dangers of the coming quantum age, and to offer some solutions.
Professor Artur Ekert, from Oxford University, is a leader in the field of quantum cryptography, a system that protects data security against espionage and crime, when quantum computers become the norm.
He's in New Zealand working with the Dodd Walls Centre's international science advisory board.
1:25 The history of Christian peace activism in NZ
New Zealand has a long tradition of peace activism and much of it has been Christian led. A new book, Pursuing Peace in Godzone has looked back on that activism since World War 2.
We speak to one of its authors, Geoffrey Troughton, a Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at Victoria University.
1:35 Sound Archives: NZ's international music successes
It’s New Zealand Music Month and in our visit to the sound archives today with Sarah Johnston of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision we’ll hear from some of Kiwi artists reflecting on their first international success.
1:40 Great album
2:20 Screen producer and Te Reo advocate Nicole Hoey on Bookmarks
As well as being a talented small screen producer Nicole Hoey is passionate about Maori language and culture.
She speaks to Jesse on today's bookmarks about her latest project for pre-schoolers, Tākaro Tribe, and her favourite books, films and music.
Here are Nicole's favourite picks for today's Bookmarks.
Pounamu Pounamu - by Witi Ihimaera
Te Whānau Moana - by McCully Matiu and Margaret Mutu
A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry
Hineraukatauri by Hinewehi Mohi & NZSO
Ghetto Gospel by Tupac and Elton John
Television and Movies
La Dolce Vita - Fellini
Desperate Remedies - Stewart Main and Peter Wells
Once were Warriors - Lee Tamahouri
And of course Tākaro Tribe and Pūkana
3:10 A trans woman on losing male privilege
When Paula Stone Williams transitioned from male to female, she knew she would be treated differently. She wanted to be treated like a woman. But what she didn't expect was the loss of privilege as a well educated, affluent white man.
She says the change was dramatic and immediate.
She noticed that what she said when she was a man was treated with more credibility than when she said it as a woman.
She offers her observations of gender from both sides and how culture is tilted in favor of white men.
3:35 Science and environment stories
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Pre-Panel Story of the Day and One Quick Question
4:05 The Panel with Jo McCarroll and Scott Campbell