Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 14 January 2020
Summer Afternoons is hosted by Karyn Hay from 13th-17th January. Jesse Mulligan is back on the 20th of January.
1:10 First song UMO - SB-07 [part2]
1:15 Is cost stopping people from getting dangerous moles removed?
Is the expense of getting moles removed putting people's health at risk? We hear from oncologist and the Cancer Society's Medical Director Chris Jackson about the care available for skin cancer prevention, and what needs to happen.
1:25 Tonnes of digital waste saved from our landfills
Digital Wings re-purposes electronics from corporates and smaller businesses around New Zealand to community groups and charities. In 2019, the organisation diverted 187.3 tonnes of e-waste destined for landfill back into the community as working computers. Karyn Hay speaks with Digital Wings Program Director, Di Daniels.
1:35 Academy Awards spurned by Issa Rae for lack of diversity
Awards season is upon us - and the nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards were announced overnight in a live broadcast hosted by actors Issa Rae and John Cho. After announcing the nominations for Best Director, Issa sent a rather pointed barb about the lack of women in the category. LA-based film reviewer Dom Corry chats to Karyn about the nominations.
1:45 Great NZ Album: Toy Love - Live at the Gluepot
Recorded one weekend in September 1980 at the legendary Gluepot venue in Auckland, this double-album captures one of Toy Love's final live performances.
2:05 Summer gardening with Natasha Iyer
Landscape architect Natasha Iyer joins us for a chat about how to make the most of your garden at this time of year, whether you have a large garden or a potted apartment oasis - plus she shares some ideas on how to get inspiration.
2:30 The music that makes the film
Music 101's Tony Stamp takes us through some of his favourite films from last year and the songs that made them.
3:05 Summer TV with Matthew Crawley
Ready to close the curtains and go on a binge-watch? Matthew Crawley has some TV picks for your summer viewing pleasure.
3:30 The link between helping and happiness
Professor Elizabeth Dunn says the link between money and happiness is pretty tenuous. And surprisingly, so is the link between giving and feeling good. Her research shows that if helping someone in need is considered a moral obligation, it doesn't boost happiness. How we help - and how we think about it - matters.
4:05 The Panel with Dr Ella Henry and Andrew Clay