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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 11 June 2021

 

1.12 First Song:

1:17 What business should do to slash their carbon emissions 

Bernard Hickey has been looking at the Climate Change Commissions latest recommendations,

He says that while the Government is dragging its heels, businesses will need to forge ahead on their own to slash emissions.

He talks to Jesse about what business needs to be focussing on.

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1:27 Patrick Gower: On P

Patrick Gower's got a new show coming out about the methamphetamine epidemic in Aotearoa.

He talks to Jesse about how his previous series on Cannabis led him to focus on the meth crisis he uncovered during that time.

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1:45 Music supervisor Karyn Rachtman's incredible career

Karyn Rachtman has been described as one of the most influential music supervisors of all time and  has been here living in Auckland for a while.

She's due to head back the US where she does a lot of her movie work, but she's made time for us today to tell us what she's been up to in New Zealand and her links to Aotearoa - which go back to her youth.

Karyn Rachtman

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2:10 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett

Today Graeme looks at Percy vs Goliath is a 2020 Canadian-American-Indian biographical drama film, directed by Clark Johnson from a screenplay by Garfield Lindsay Miller and Hilary Pryor. He's also watched The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard.

2:20 NZ Live: Jeremy Redmore

Talented musician and singer-songwriter Jeremy Redmore joins us today for NZ Live.

Jeremy, former frontman of rock band Midnight Youth, is about to head out on tour to mark his latest solo album, The Brightest Flame.

Jeremy Redmore.

Jeremy Redmore. Photo: Supplied.

3:08 Vegan recipe, feijoa and brussel sprouts

This week chef Max Gordy shares one of the recipes he's going to serving at the upcoming Botanic Feast as part of the Loemis festival in Wellington.

You can find out how to make his feijoa and brussel sprouts recipe here.

Max Gordy

Max Gordy Photo: supplied

3:16 Music 101: Yadana Saw

Yadana Saw is filling in as host of Music 101 here on RNZ this 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.

Yadana Saw

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3:25 Weekend Stuff, gardening with Lynda Hallinan

This week our gardening guru, Lynda Hallinan talks about winter planting. She's been pretty busy writing her latest book so her vege garden is a big neglected. She has some tips about whether or not its now too late to get planting with the onset of winter already here.

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3:35 Critter of the Week: The Mantis Shrimp

This week’s critter is the Mantis Shrimp. Mantis shrimp are undoubtedly one of the coolest and scariest creatures alive. Heterosquilla tricarinata is a native species of mantis shrimp no bigger than your index finger—which, incidentally, it could shred if you touched it. It’s no surprise that these little critters are sometimes called ‘thumb splitters’.

Female mantis shrimp, aka Heterosquilla tricarinata.

Female mantis shrimp, aka Heterosquilla tricarinata. Photo: supplied

3:45 The Panel with Victoria Stewart and Peter Field