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RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

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RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

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Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.

Latest Episodes

Music Critic: Dianne Swann

Dianne reviews Miriam Clancy's third album Astronomy and plays a couple of tracks.

16 MIN4 h ago
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Music Critic: Dianne Swann

Great album

Freddie Mercury Never Boring.

11 MIN4 h ago
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Great album

How big a problem is fraud in New Zealand?

The documentary, The Panama Papers is on here next month as part of the New Zealand international fraud film festival. Director, Alex Winter gives us a taste of what to expect.

12 MIN4 h ago
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How big a problem is fraud in New Zealand?

Could you run the Port Fitzroy Boat Club?

A special community in a remote part of New Zealand is looking for someone to run it's Boat Club. David Speir explains who would be ideal to run Port Fitzroy's local club on Aotea, Great Barrier Island.

6 MIN4 h ago
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Could you run the Port Fitzroy Boat Club?

Record sale price piece from living NZ artist explained

Last night a record sale price was achieved for a painting by living New Zealand artist, Michael Smither. Charles Ninow, head of fine art at auction house Webb's, explains how these values are worked out.

9 MIN5 h ago
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Record sale price piece from living NZ artist explained

Because Internet: How we talk in the internet age

Language is always evolving. We don't talk the way Shakespeare did, so it should come as no surprise that the most disruptive force of modern times, the internet, is changing communication.

20 MIN1 d ago
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Because Internet: How we talk in the internet age

Rachel Stewart on being in the public eye

Columnist Rachel Stewart is use to courting controversy, which is the subject of an upcoming panel discussion for her at the Tauranga arts festival. Her Bookmarks choices today however were warmly received.

40 MIN1 d ago
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Rachel Stewart on being in the public eye

Podcast Critic: Katy Atkin

Katy reviews Brain on Nature and Dolly Parton's America.

11 MIN1 d ago
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Podcast Critic: Katy Atkin

NZ ECE educator to address prestigious science gathering

New Zealand early childcare educator, Dr Darius Singh's been invited to speak at the prestigious American Geophysical Union later this year. He explains why he's been included in the line up to address the conference.

6 MIN1 d ago
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NZ ECE educator to address prestigious science gathering

Preserving Timaru sound history recorded on paper

Snippets of sound recalling life in South Canterbury in the 1950s, have been retrieved by Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision from rare and fragile paper recording tape. Sarah Johnston shares what she found.

15 MIN1 d ago
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Preserving Timaru sound history recorded on paper

Latest Episodes

Music Critic: Dianne Swann

Dianne reviews Miriam Clancy's third album Astronomy and plays a couple of tracks.

16 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Music Critic: Dianne Swann

Great album

Freddie Mercury Never Boring.

11 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Great album

How big a problem is fraud in New Zealand?

The documentary, The Panama Papers is on here next month as part of the New Zealand international fraud film festival. Director, Alex Winter gives us a taste of what to expect.

12 MIN4 h ago
Comments
How big a problem is fraud in New Zealand?

Could you run the Port Fitzroy Boat Club?

A special community in a remote part of New Zealand is looking for someone to run it's Boat Club. David Speir explains who would be ideal to run Port Fitzroy's local club on Aotea, Great Barrier Island.

6 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Could you run the Port Fitzroy Boat Club?

Record sale price piece from living NZ artist explained

Last night a record sale price was achieved for a painting by living New Zealand artist, Michael Smither. Charles Ninow, head of fine art at auction house Webb's, explains how these values are worked out.

9 MIN5 h ago
Comments
Record sale price piece from living NZ artist explained

Because Internet: How we talk in the internet age

Language is always evolving. We don't talk the way Shakespeare did, so it should come as no surprise that the most disruptive force of modern times, the internet, is changing communication.

20 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Because Internet: How we talk in the internet age

Rachel Stewart on being in the public eye

Columnist Rachel Stewart is use to courting controversy, which is the subject of an upcoming panel discussion for her at the Tauranga arts festival. Her Bookmarks choices today however were warmly received.

40 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Rachel Stewart on being in the public eye

Podcast Critic: Katy Atkin

Katy reviews Brain on Nature and Dolly Parton's America.

11 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Podcast Critic: Katy Atkin

NZ ECE educator to address prestigious science gathering

New Zealand early childcare educator, Dr Darius Singh's been invited to speak at the prestigious American Geophysical Union later this year. He explains why he's been included in the line up to address the conference.

6 MIN1 d ago
Comments
NZ ECE educator to address prestigious science gathering

Preserving Timaru sound history recorded on paper

Snippets of sound recalling life in South Canterbury in the 1950s, have been retrieved by Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision from rare and fragile paper recording tape. Sarah Johnston shares what she found.

15 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Preserving Timaru sound history recorded on paper