Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 28 August 2020
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1:00 Ministry of Health Covid 19 Update
1:17 Covid-19: Aucklanders prepare to emerge from Level 3
Jesse speaks to mathematician and Covid modeller, Michael Plank, to discuss the latest data from the Ministry of Health.
1:35 Digital art gallery launched for young Kiwis
A new digital gallery aims to connect the work of New Zealand artists with young art buyers.
The founders of Paradise Press are fans of the 'slow art movement'.
Jesse speaks to co-founder Annabel Hawkins to find out more.
1:45 A cracking yarn: The rescue of Canterbury chickens
North Canterbury Chicken Rescue rescues unwanted or dumped chickens.
Jesse speaks to the founder of the group, Amanda Gill, about her passion for chickens and why chickens make such good pets.
The group has also launched a fundraising campaign here.
1:53 Jenny Mitchell - The Grainstore Sessions: Travelling Bones
Travelling Bones has just been released by southern singer / songwriter Jenny Mitchell. It is the first of five tracks that make up The Grainstore Sessions.The following four will be released fortnightly (with audio + accompanying live video). You can pre-order the physical CD (the soundtrack of the sessions) and find details of her upcoming tour here.
2:10 Ali Ventura's weekend movies
Ali reviews The Quarry and Papi Chulo. She would have also loved to have been able to get to see Tenet, but as Auckland is still in Level Three lockdown - it just wasn't possible.
2:20 NZ Live CLASSIC Tami Neilson
Today's NZ Live classic features Auckland-based Canadian-born force of nature Tami Neilson.
Tami Neilson's music career started in her homeland of Canada, where, from the age of 12 she toured with the Neilson Family band. After moving to New Zealand in 2007, she won the NZ Music Awards Tui for Best Country Album three consecutive times (Red Dirt Angel, 2009; The Kitchen Table Sessions Vol I, 2010; Kitchen Table Sessions Vol II, 2012). Tami and her brother Jay also won the 2014 Silver Scroll Award for their song Walk (Back To Your Arms)
In June 2018 on the day of the release of her sixth album 'Sassafrass!' Tami and her band were invited into the RNZ Studio.
3:08 Whole Orange and Date Muffins - Lauraine Jacobs
Food writer Lauraine Jacobs says this season is all about stunning New Zealand oranges. She shares her delicious recipe for Whole Orange and Date Muffins.
More great ideas from Lauraine can be found here.
3:16 Music 101: Charlotte Ryan
Charlotte Ryan, host of Music 101 here on RNZ each Saturday afternoon from midday talks about what's happening on the music scene over the weekend, what's coming up on her show tomorrow and because Friday is new music day - she'll pick us a track to play.
3:25 Ask the builder - Stan Scott
Stan Scott answers more of your DIY questions - please email email@example.com
3:35 Critter of the Week Hidden Spider Orchid
This week's critter looks similar to a spider, is a little spooky and is a type of ghost orchid - it's the hidden spider orchid. This plant doesn't photosynthesize, instead it lives off dead organic matter via fungi - zombie plant explains Doc's Nicola Toki'
3:45 The Panel with Victoria Stewart and Guy Williams
Music played in this show
Lontalius - Someone Will Be There For You
Jenny Mitchell - Travelling Bones
NZ LIVE CLASSIC - Tami Neilson
Miss Jones (T. Neilson)
A Woman's Pain (T Neilson / J. Neilson)
Devil In A Dress (T. Neilson)
Stay Out Of My Business ( T. Neilson)