Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 3 December 2018
1:10 First song: Gray Bartlett!
Kiwi Country music legend Gray Bartlett has just launched his latest album Platinum and joins us in studio with a special guest to perform live
1:15 Young Football Ferns take bronze at FIFA under-17 World Cup
New Zealand's under-17 women's football side is now officially the third-best in the world.
Yesterday the Young Football Ferns defeated Canada 2-1 in the third place playoff at the under-17 World Cup in Uruguay.
It's the first time a New Zealand side has ever had a podium finish at a FIFA tournament.
The side's ecstatic manager Leon Birnie tells us all about it.
1:25 The espresso machine that uses NO electricity
Christchurch-based inventor Nigel Pink started roasting coffee beans by connecting his Toyata van's windscreen wiper motor to his barbecue.
Now he's preparing to launch a brand-new, hand-operated espresso machine which uses NO electricity but still produces a delicious shot of joe.
He joins us to explain a bit more - and you can find his website here.
1:35 Auckland City Mission kicks off Christmas appeal
For a lot of people, Christmas is a super stressful time of year.
For families who already struggle to make ends meet, the added pressure to make it a special occasion can stretch the purse-strings to breaking point.
The Auckland City Mission tries to help out by providing less fortunate families with food parcels and presents, and to pay for all this, it holds an annual Christmas fundraising appeal.
Comedian Urzila Carlson is involved with this year's appeal and joins us in the studio to explain what it's all about.
1:40 Great album
2:10 Television Critic Sarah Nealon
Rebecka Martinsson (Lightbox)
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel (Amazon Prime Video)
Get A Room With Carson & Thom, Bravo (starts Monday Dec 3, 7.30pm)
2:20 Expert on womens' health and fertility
For our expert feature today we're taking a close look at fertility science in New Zealand and ongoing challenges in womens' health. Dr Guy Gudex is Medical Director of Auckland fertility clinic Repromed.
3:10 Welsh comedian, Rob Bryden
Welsh Comedian Rob Brydon is bringing back "nice". The star of shows like The Trip, Gavin and Stacey and Would I Lie To You? is coming to New Zealand for the first time next year with a live stand up show that features old school audience interaction and impressions not politics and insults.
I Am Standing Up is already sold out in Auckland and Wellington and a Christchurch show is being added to the itinerary.
We'll talk to the actor and comedian about why wit and charm can still pull in audiences.
3:45 The Pre-Panel Story of the Day and One Quick Question
4:05 The Panel with Jacquie Nairn and Peter Fa'afiu