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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 14 September 2020

 

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1:00 PM Post cabinet media conference

 

1:17 Dr Siouxsie Wiles reacts to the government's announcement on Levels

Straight off the back of the Prime Minister's announcement on whether or not any or all of the country will move levels, Jesse speaks to microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles for her reaction.

View of a Coronavirus Covid-19 background - 3d rendering

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1.27 Matthew Davis from Flying out Records - the music industry is suffering

The music industry is one of those which been hit hard by Covid-19 and the uncertainty around lockdown levels has made planning events difficult. Matthew Davis, owner of Flying Out Records in Tāmaki Makaurau and convenor of  The Others Way Festival which was cancelled last weeks shares his concerns.

Soaked Oats at Mercury Theatre for The Others Way Festival, September 2019.

Soaked Oats at Mercury Theatre for The Others Way Festival, September 2019. Photo: Liam Costley

1.34 Te Wiki o te reo Māori

Jesse speaks to RNZ's Māori strategy manager Shannon Haunui-Thompson about Te Wiki o te reo Māori and 'Māori Language Moment'.

1:40 David Farrier on red-pilling

Journalist and filmmaker David Farrier has written a piece on his Webworm blog titled 'The Red Pilling of Billy Tk Jnr', which explores the intricacies and speed of conspiracy theories. 

David Farrier

David Farrier Photo: Dan Rutledge

1:45 Great NZ Album: Dragon Body and the Beat 

 

2:10 Emma John's TV selects

This week our critic is Emma John and she reviews The Salisbury Poisonings, Shrill and Origins.

2:20 Black Sheep Minnie Dean part 2

William Ray brings us the secon episode in his two-part series on Minnie Dean, the infamous baby farmer of Winton.

Toy dolls inside miniature hatboxes were reportedly sold outside the courthouse when Minnie Dean was tried for murder

Toy dolls inside miniature hatboxes were reportedly sold outside the courthouse when Minnie Dean was tried for murder Photo: Te Ara

2:40 Looking after your oral health - Grace Maguire

Dental hygienist and founder of Your Smile Is Important to Me Grace Maguire joins Jesse to talk about what causes tooth decay, how to prevent it, and the accessibility of dental care in Aotearoa. Send your questions to jesse@rnz.co.nz <mailto:jesse@rnz.co.nz

Grace Maguire

Grace Maguire Photo: Supplied

3:10 Marion Nestle - many of the world's problems can be blamed on food

Many of the world's most challenging issues connect to food says Professor Marion Nestle. For more than 20 years she's linked food to public health failures and politics. Professor Nestle consolidates the most troubling issues, from obesity and hunger to food waste and climate change in her new book, Let's Ask Marion. 

Professor Marion Nestle

Professor Marion Nestle Photo: Bill Hayes (KEM)

3:35 Voices

In 'Voices' today; a Holland-born NZ resident shares with Kadambari Raghukumar, her story with assisted dying in the Netherlands. 
 

3:45 The Panel with Wendyl Nissen and Scott Campbell

 

 

 

 

Music played in this show

Great NZ Album: Dragon: Body and the Beat   

Rain
Cry
Magic

 

Steve Tofa - I Hope I Never - Split Enz cover