Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 22 March 2019
1:10 First song
1:13 Christchurch shooting call to prayer broadcast
A week on from the tragic terrorist attacks in Christchurch, Al Noor Mosque is opening its doors once again for Friday prayers.
Susie Ferguson hosts RNZ's coverage of the ceremony live from Christchurch, which will feature a call to prayer at 1.30pm sharp, and concludes at 2pm.
2:10 Film Review with Richard Swainson
Richard Swainson pops in to chat about two films in cinemas now: Alex Fagan's documentary Older Than Ireland, and Destroyer - a noir thriller from director Karyn Kasuma.
2:20 NZ Live
Today we welcome New Zealand's Queen of Drum 'n' Bass - MC Tali!
Tali has nearly two decades in the music industry under her belt, and last October released her seventh studio album, Love and Migration.
Tali and her band are in the NZ Live studio to chat a bit about the album, and play us a selection of songs.
Malaysian-born, Melbourne-based chef Tony Tan is the author of Hong Kong Food City - a culinary love letter to one of the tastiest cities in the world.
He joins us to talk food, his upcoming culinary tours in Auckland in May, and shares his recipe for Yangzhou Fried Rice, which you can find here.
3:20 How do you train a guide dog?
Today and tomorrow the Blind Foundation is holding its Red Puppy Appeal, raising funds to help to train and breed more guide dogs.
Guide dog trainer Jessica Nelipovich joins us to explain a bit more about these vital animals, and how you teach a guide dog to do what it does.
3:25 Critter of the Week - the striped skink
DoC's threatened species ambassador Nicola Toki is here to talk about this mysterious skink, which lives its entire life in its canopy above our heads, making it very difficult to find and protect.
3:45 The Pre-Panel Story of the Day and One Quick Question
4:05 The Panel with