Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 19 August 2019
1:10 The Sneaky Caribbean Monk Seals live in Christchurch
The finals of the Smokefree Rock Quest take place next month in Auckland... where the best high school bands and performers in the country will compete to take out the top prize
Among them is the band The Sneaky Caribbean Monk Seals - who won the Christchurch final. The band is made up of 16 year old Yannik Turner (vocals), 15 year old Jonathan Manning (guitar) 16 year old David Archer (bass) and 17 year old Abel Carson (drums).
1:17 The rising costs of farming
Is it too tough to be a farmer in New Zealand as rules and regulations increase?
New Zealand Primary Industries body AGFIRST says that the high costs of compliance are making it harder and harder to make ends meet.
The managing director of AGFIRST James Allen is interested in what he's seeing in the Waikato between Hamilton and South Auckland at the moment.
1.27 An argument against dating
Dating in 2019? Who can be bothered? Certainly not Harriet Pudney.
She's written a piece for Metro called Dating Sucks and she's ringing in from Melbourne to outline her manifesto.
1.34 Nathan King and the twenty years of Silencer
It's time to talk about our great kiwi album of the week - can you believe it's been twenty years since Zed dropped Silencer on our airwaves?
We're fortunate enough today to have vocalist and guitarist Nathan King to talk about the success of Zed and their debut studio album 'Silencer'. To celebrate this milestone the band is performing two intimate concerts in Auckland and Christchurch.
1:45 Great NZ Album: Zed: Silencer
2:10 Critic: Tony Stamp
Tony Stamp is our TV critic today and he's diving into three big stories with The Boys, Succession, and Boss Babes.
2:30 Understanding chronic pain
We all know what pain means to us specifically - but what actually is it and how can we deal with?
Dr Tipu Aamir is a pain medicine specialist for the Auckland Regional Pain Service and he joins Jesse to discuss the differences between acute and chronic pain. He'll also talk about the current treatments available in the field and where innovation is going.
3:10 Steve Biddulph and The New Manhood
Toxic masculinity was not part of our vocabulary 20 years ago when family therapist and educator Steve Biddulph first starting talking about how the challenges of modern manhood were making men depressed, angry and even violent. He says we lost the links that shape healthy manhood in the onslaught of change over the course of the last 100 years. The New Manhood looks at the issues of love, friendship, sex, marriage, and raising children and how to be a good man in the modern world.
3:35 Voices What makes a Kiwi adopt the beliefs of Islam?
Today on Voices, we look at New Zealand converts to Islam since March the 15th. Two Christchurch residents share their own personal stories about their faith.
3:45 The Pre-Panel Story of the Day and One Quick Question
4:05 The Panel with Karlo Mila and Bernard Hickey