Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 17 January 2020
Summer Afternoons is hosted by Karyn Hay from 13th-17th January. Jesse Mulligan is back on the 20th of January.
1:10 Unknown Mortal Orchestra - SB-07 [part 5]
1:17 Petition launched to prevent workplace bullying
Allan Halse is an anti-workplace bullying advocate and he runs a business helping people file complaints about workplace bullying. He has launched a petition requesting that the government create a low-level disputes resolution process based on the UK's advisory conciliation and arbitration service model.
1.27 Welcoming communities programme gets the tick
In the Western Bay and Tauranga areas a Welcoming Communities Programme that has been piloted for the past two years and has just been given the tick of approval by Immigration New Zealand. About 100 refugee support volunteers are needed in each new location including Blenheim, Timaru, Levin, Asbhurton and Masterton for three to six months. Karyn speaks with the mayor of Tauranga Tenby Powell about their success.
1.34 A short run: lathe cut record exhibition coming to Dowse
Cutting records on a lathe is a unique artform, and one embraced by Kiwi musicians who want to put out limited edition copies of their albums. Luke Wood is a senior lecturer from Ilam School of Fine Arts in Christchurch and he has curated an exhibition displaying some of these wonderfully crafted objects.
1:45 Great NZ Album: Purple Pilgrims - Perfumed Earth
Today we delve into the beautiful sophomore album from local duo Purple Pilgrims, released last year.
2:10 Salad Days: recipes from Ripe's new book
Ripe's salad queen Mary Cox is coming in to talk us through some great salad ideas for summer, including their own Almighty Eggplant with Sumac and Raw Chop Chop Salad with Avocado, Broccoli and Almonds.
2:30 NZ Live: Emily Fairlight and Band
Dunedin-based doom folk artist Emily Fairlight joins Karyn from the RNZ Christchurch studios for a chat and to play a few tunes.
3:10 Summer films with Steve Newall
Flicks editor Steve Newall talks us through some films worth checking out over summer: Bombshell, Meeting Gorbachev, The Peanut Butter Falcon, and John Mulaney and the Sack Lunch Bunch.
3:30 How to have a conversation with someone you disagree with
Not many of us enjoy having a conversation with someone we disagree with, especially if it's to do with politics. And particularly now, in a world deeply divided, how exactly do we have conversations with people whose views are diametrically opposed to our own ideology - and have them with nuance, curiosity, and respect, rather than just shutting down and walking away? US journalist Eve Pearlman along with her colleague Jeremy Hay introduced the concept of "dialogue journalism": a project where journalists go to the heart of social and political divides to support discussions between people who disagree.
4:05 The Panel with Julia Hartley Moore and Peter Fa'aifu