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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 3 October 2019

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1:10 First song: Daniel and Ashley

The Hamilton couple originally from Korea have been causing an internet sensation with the songs they perform in Te Reo Māori. They realised they didn't know much about Māori culture and so decided to use their love of music as a way to learn more. As well as posting their songs on Facebook, they performed at a number of Matariki celebrations earlier this year and are in today for First Song.

The Korean couple have used music to learn more about Māori culture and language. Daniel Chung (pictured left) and Ashley Chung (pictured right).

Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly

1:17 Vaping deaths, what should we be concerned about?

Up to 17 deaths in the U.S are believed to be vaping related, prompting international concerns. Dr Natalie Walker, Associate Professor in Public Health and Auckland University Director of Centre for Addiction Research explains what the issues are for vapers and what to avoid.

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1:27 Combining urban design with nature

A visiting eco-architect has been sharing his expertise on how to create urban areas with nature through design innovation. Professor Klaus Klaas Loenhart's in New Zealand working with Victoria University's School of Architecture students and finishing his visit with a public lecture next Tuesday. He explains how he and the teams he works with re-think the line between buildings and nature.

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1:34 Millennial grief explained through comedy

Niamh O'Keefe's 'The Ned Niamh Show' has been called a guide to millennial grief. Her incredibly funny performance explains the existential crisis of that generation. Her piece is based on her experience as a millennial and the burden of having to fix the world's problems. Her show's on at BATS theatre each until October 5th.

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1:40 Great album: Maceo Parker - Life On Planet Groove

 

2:10 Music Critic: Simon Sweetman

Simon reviews two new albums - Willie Nelson Ride Me Home and Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, Turn off The News (Build A Garden).

2:25 NZ Biography: Aunt Daisy

Today we're looking at the life and times of Maud Ruby Basham, better known as Aunt Daisy. Broadcaster and historian Peter Downes says she had an incredible word delivery of between 175 and 202 words per minute and often was in trouble as a child for talking too much. However, she turned this trait to her advantage by creating a long and successful career.  

Ruby Maud Basham, known as Aunt Daisy

Ruby Maud Basham, known as Aunt Daisy Photo: Supplied / Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

 

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3:15 Your finances with Mary Holm 

Financial journalist and author Mary Holm previously spoke about the importance of setting a goal as a first step towards saving. Today she looks at other ways to increase your everyday saving.

A photo of a Girl Saving Pocket Money In Glass Jar At Home

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3:35 Spoken Feature: Witness History - Hadron Collider 

 

3:45 The Pre-Panel Story of the Day and One Quick Question

4:05 The Panel with Penny Ashton and Scott Campbell