Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 19 November 2020
1:17 10 years on from the Pike River disaster
Documentary maker Tony Sutorius became involved with the families of the Pike River disaster victims while he was filming the last year of Helen Kelly's life.
The connections he's made with them have led to him being the only non-family member on the Pike River Family Reference group with liaises with government agencies.
He talks to Jesse about the ongoing struggle to get into the mine and the families' determination to improve workplace health and safety in New Zealand.
1:27 Writing workshop to help youth justice facility residents
Writer Ben Brown held a writing workshop earlier this year at Te Puna Wai o Tuhinapo, the Oranga Tamariki Youth Justice Residence facility at Rolleston near Christchurch.
He talks to Jesse about the book that resulted from that workshop, How The F*** Did I Get Here and his address last night which was about those young people, titled "If Nobody Listens, Then No One Will Know at the annual Read NZ lecture.
1:35 How workplace changes could benefit freelancers
A majority of freelance designers expect clients to be more willing to hire them as a result of working remotely themselves during the pandemic, according to a recent international survey.
New Zealand based designer Christina Thiele started her freelancing career earlier this year and has noticed some positive changes as a result of changes to workplace culture in response to the pandemic.
1:45 Great album: ABBA - Super Trouper 40th anniversary 2LP half-speed mastered
2:10 Simon Sweetman's music picks
Music critic Simon Sweetman shares some tracks and his reviews of Sharon Jones' new compilation Just Dropped In To Check What Condition My Condition Is In and the new Yo La Tango EP Sleepless Night.
2:25 Crimes NZ: Peter Graham on the Timaru Poisonings
We're winding the clock back today to what was probably New Zealand's first ever celebrity trial, one of the most sensational crimes in 19th century New Zealand. Thomas Hall was sentenced to life in prison in 1886 for attempting murder his wife for the insurance money, and then he faced trial for the murder of his father-in-law.
The judge told him he had achieved in the annals of crime the position of being the vilest criminal ever tried in New Zealand. Lawyer Peter Graham has written a book about this case and knows it backwards.
3:10 Link 3
3:15 Your Money with Mary Holm Money and relationships
Mary responds to some listener questions and comments on her financial literacy quiz from two weeks ago, and talks about a new survey by the Commission for Financial Capability - on money and relationship problems, which shows1 in 5 people had relationship problems with partners, family or close friends due to financial concerns.
3:45 The Panel with Sam Johnson and Ali Jones