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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 21 May 2020

1:17 First Song: Devilskin: All Fall Down

Paul Martin introduces the latest release from Devilskin's third studio album Red - the song - All Fall Down.

Devilskin Band

Devilskin Band Photo: Supplied

1:17 NZ's bars and pubs prepare for big night

Bars and pubs finally reopen tonight and a lot of Kiwis no doubt plan to wander down to their local watering hole for a pint or a nice red.

Jesse catches up with Glenn Pratt from the Cosmopolitan in Westport to find out how preparations are going.

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1:27 25 young women under 25: Kelly Johnson

Today we're talking to a young woman who has started her own power company... and she's only 22!

It's part of our series sparked by the YWCA's inaugural Y25 list, which celebrates 25 young women under 25 who are future leaders in their fields.

We speak to Kelly Johnson, who is the founder of Her Energy.

Kelly Johnson, who founded 'Her Energy'.

Kelly Johnson, who founded 'Her Energy'. Photo: Supplied.

1:34 A world of colour: The glasses that changed everything for a Levin man

A 23-year-old Levin mechanic's life has changed dramatically after finding special filtered glasses that have opened up a world of colour for him. 

They're called EnChroma glasses and only sold at one clinic in New Zealand.

Bailey McPhee speaks to Jesse about what the world looks like now.

Bailey McPhee.

Bailey McPhee. Photo: Supplied.

1:40 Great album: Steve Miller Band - Fly Like An Eagle

2:10  Brad Warrington's music choices

Brad aka DJ Sticky gives a shout out to New Zealand Music Month and looks at the Lockdown KIWI online colab and plays us a couple of tracks - DJ SPELL< featuring Troy Kingi and the cover of UK artist Dua Lipa's Break My Heart. And because bars are back open today he's chosen a club tune Disclosure -  Expressing what matters.

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John Reynolds

John Reynolds Photo: Supplied

2:25 Crimes NZ: Heavy Metal 

On a Sunday afternoon in Christchurch in 1996, scrap metal dealer John Reynolds failed to return home for lunch. 

Later that evening, his brother found the 55-year-old lying in a pool of blood at the scrap yard.

More than two decades on, his killer has never been found but the case is still very much alive. 

We speak to Stuff investigative journalist Blair Ensor who investigated the murder with Martin Van Beynen for the three-part Stuff podcast Heavy Metal. 

 

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3:15 Your Money with Mary Holm

This week financial journalist and author Mary Holm looks at important new information you will find on your KiwiSaver annual statement that's due to arrive shortly.

Mary Holm

Mary Holm Photo: RNZ/Claire Eastham-Farrelly

3:25 Whakaipo Lodge celebrates BnB award 

Now to some good news in the hospitality sector...

Garth and Angie London are the hosts at Whakaipo Lodge outside Taupō.

They've been awarded both the Exceptional Bed & Breakfast of the Year AND the overall Supreme Award by New Zealand's Bed and Breakfast Association.

Garth London speaks to Jesse about the lodge and what lockdown has been like for the business.

Whakaipo Lodge.

Whakaipo Lodge. Photo: Supplied.

3:35 Witness History: The walled city of Kowloon

A unique way of life came to an end in Hong Kong in 1993 when Kowloon Walled City was demolished. When the rest of Hong Kong was a British colony, the seven acres of the Walled City were still nominally under the control of mainland China - but it became a lawless world of its own, a haven for gang crime and illegal dentistry. At one point it was most of the most densely populated places the world has ever seen. Lucy Burns speaks to Albert Ng, who grew up in Kowloon Walled City, and architect Suenn Ho, who studied it before its demolition.
 

3:45 The Panel with Janet Wilson and Guy Williams