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RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

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RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

RNZ

4
Followers
57
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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

Professor Jonah Berger - the science of changing anyone's mind

Changing minds is not an art, it's science. Chemistry to be exact says Professor Jonah Berger from the prestigious Wharton School of Business at the University of Pensylvannia. He talks to Jesseabout his new book"The Catalyst: How to change anyone's mind."

22 min7 h ago
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Professor Jonah Berger - the science of changing anyone's mind

Denise Garland's podcast selects

RNZ's Denise Garland reviews Ologies, a weekly science series by Alie Ward, and Night Driver, a crime investigation series from The Australian's Hedley Thomas.

7 min8 h ago
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Denise Garland's podcast selects

Ngā Taonga Sound Archives: cannabis laws

In today'svisit to the sound archives of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, Sarah Johnston takes us back to listen to how we thought about cannabis, its use and its legal status over past decades.

10 min9 h ago
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Ngā Taonga Sound Archives: cannabis laws

How to follow the southern right whale / tohorā online

Researchers from the University of Auckland and the Cawthron Institute are inviting the public to follow the voyage of the southern right or tohorāwhales' online. Jesse speaks to Dr Emma Carroll.

7 min9 h ago
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How to follow the southern right whale / tohorā online

Books for the Christchurch Women's Prison

Māori-led journal and reading club Ke te pai press is asking for book donations for the library at the Christchurch Women's Prison. Jesse speaks to Morgan Godfery who is part of the initiative.

8 min9 h ago
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Books for the Christchurch Women's Prison

What are the parties' smokefree policies?

Experts say that during the Covid-19 pandemic it's even more important to help people to quit smoking because they are more vulnerable.Jesse speaks to University of Otago associate professor George Thomson.

12 min9 h ago
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What are the parties' smokefree policies?

Donald Trump's rise to power and the vulnerability of American democracy

Journalist and anthropologist Sarah Kendzior talks to Jesse about the Trump type presidency and the fragility of American democracy in her new book Hiding in Plain Sight: The Invention of Donald Trump and the Erosion of America.

24 min1 d ago
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Donald Trump's rise to power and the vulnerability of American democracy

Lisa Glass - easy reads

Lisa Glass says this year has been taxing in so many ways, so recently she's been devouring short and "funny" books. Today she reviews Night Boat to Tangiers - Kevin Barry; I am Sovereign - Nicola Barker and The Captain and the Glory - Dave Eggers.

11 min1 d ago
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Lisa Glass - easy reads

Over half of NZers can't afford dental check-ups

Academics from the University of Otago's dentistry school have been considering whether the state needs to put more funding towards dental care.Associate Professor Jonathan Broadbent speaks to Jesse.

10 min1 d ago
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Over half of NZers can't afford dental check-ups

200 years since Russian expedition to Aotearoa

In 1820 Russian captain Fabian Gottlieb Benjamin von Bellingshausen and his expedition sailed into Queen Charlotte Sound.

8 min1 d ago
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200 years since Russian expedition to Aotearoa

Latest Episodes

Professor Jonah Berger - the science of changing anyone's mind

Changing minds is not an art, it's science. Chemistry to be exact says Professor Jonah Berger from the prestigious Wharton School of Business at the University of Pensylvannia. He talks to Jesseabout his new book"The Catalyst: How to change anyone's mind."

22 min7 h ago
Comments
Professor Jonah Berger - the science of changing anyone's mind

Denise Garland's podcast selects

RNZ's Denise Garland reviews Ologies, a weekly science series by Alie Ward, and Night Driver, a crime investigation series from The Australian's Hedley Thomas.

7 min8 h ago
Comments
Denise Garland's podcast selects

Ngā Taonga Sound Archives: cannabis laws

In today'svisit to the sound archives of Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, Sarah Johnston takes us back to listen to how we thought about cannabis, its use and its legal status over past decades.

10 min9 h ago
Comments
Ngā Taonga Sound Archives: cannabis laws

How to follow the southern right whale / tohorā online

Researchers from the University of Auckland and the Cawthron Institute are inviting the public to follow the voyage of the southern right or tohorāwhales' online. Jesse speaks to Dr Emma Carroll.

7 min9 h ago
Comments
How to follow the southern right whale / tohorā online

Books for the Christchurch Women's Prison

Māori-led journal and reading club Ke te pai press is asking for book donations for the library at the Christchurch Women's Prison. Jesse speaks to Morgan Godfery who is part of the initiative.

8 min9 h ago
Comments
Books for the Christchurch Women's Prison

What are the parties' smokefree policies?

Experts say that during the Covid-19 pandemic it's even more important to help people to quit smoking because they are more vulnerable.Jesse speaks to University of Otago associate professor George Thomson.

12 min9 h ago
Comments
What are the parties' smokefree policies?

Donald Trump's rise to power and the vulnerability of American democracy

Journalist and anthropologist Sarah Kendzior talks to Jesse about the Trump type presidency and the fragility of American democracy in her new book Hiding in Plain Sight: The Invention of Donald Trump and the Erosion of America.

24 min1 d ago
Comments
Donald Trump's rise to power and the vulnerability of American democracy

Lisa Glass - easy reads

Lisa Glass says this year has been taxing in so many ways, so recently she's been devouring short and "funny" books. Today she reviews Night Boat to Tangiers - Kevin Barry; I am Sovereign - Nicola Barker and The Captain and the Glory - Dave Eggers.

11 min1 d ago
Comments
Lisa Glass - easy reads

Over half of NZers can't afford dental check-ups

Academics from the University of Otago's dentistry school have been considering whether the state needs to put more funding towards dental care.Associate Professor Jonathan Broadbent speaks to Jesse.

10 min1 d ago
Comments
Over half of NZers can't afford dental check-ups

200 years since Russian expedition to Aotearoa

In 1820 Russian captain Fabian Gottlieb Benjamin von Bellingshausen and his expedition sailed into Queen Charlotte Sound.

8 min1 d ago
Comments
200 years since Russian expedition to Aotearoa
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