Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 2 July 2020
1:13 First Song: Sisters Underground - In The Neighbourhood
The RNZ Music team has just announced they're releasing a new video series about New Zealand hip hop on July 23rd.
NZ Hip Hip Stand Up, features artists including Scribe, Ladi6, King Kapisi, Church & AP - and Sisters Underground - whose track we're playing for today's First Song.
All the details of this exciting project are here
1:14 David Clark steps down as Health Minister
David Clark has stepped down as Health Minister, and Chris Hipkins will replace him until the election.
Jesse speaks to Pundit blogger and RNZ Podcasts executive producer Tim Watkin.
1:24 New debt mediation scheme for farmers begins
A new debt mediation scheme for farmers has come into force, which requires creditors to offer mediation to farmers who default on payments before they take any enforcement action.
We speak to Hawke's Bay farmer Steve Wyn Harris.
1:35 Imposter syndrome with Jess Stuart
Imposter syndrome continues to be a problem for many high-achieving women in the workforce.
We speak to imposter syndrome expert Jess Stuart about her upcoming workshop on the subject and the online summit In Her Words.
1:45 Great album: Black Sabbath - The End - Live From Birmingham
2:10 Simon Sweetman reviews comeback albums
Music critic Simon Sweetman takes a look at a couple of comeback albums - Don Bryant, You Make Me Feel and Maceo Parker, Soul Food: Cooking With Maceo.
2:25 Crimes NZ: The kidnapping of Baby Kahu
It's every parent's worst nightmare, having your baby taken from you by an armed stranger and held to ransom.
That's exactly what happened in 2002 to Wellington lawyer Donna Hall as she went for a walk with her two nieces, and eight-month-old baby Kahu.
To go over the extraordinary case which gripped a nation for nine days, Jesse is joined by NZ Herald senior crime and justice reporter, Anna Leask, who's also produced a podcast series A Moment In Crime, which includes the Baby Kahu kidnapping case.
This segment, where Jesse talks one-on-one with people connected to major crimes and convictions (and false convictions) is proving very popular, so we've made it into a podcast series. Now you can get episodes of Crimes NZ wherever and whenever you want. And like all our podcasts, it's free here on RNZ. The best thing to do is subscribe so it comes right to you. You can do that on RNZ's podcast page or get it from wherever you get your favourite podcasts - including Apple, Google, Spotify, and Stitcher.
3:10 Link 3
Financial author and journalist Mary Holm looks again at mixed messages New Zealanders are receiving about what to do with their money - today she explores whether or not you should be investing in New Zealand assets or international ones.
3:35 Spoken Feature Witness History
3:45 The Panel with Penny Ashton and Andrew Hoggard
Music played in this show
First Song: Sisters Underground In The Neighbourhood