Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 27 February 2008
Afternoons for Wednesday 27 February 2008
1:06 Jim Essay
1:10 Best Song Ever Written: Girl with Far Away Eyes by Stones
According to Michael Easton
1:15 Link 3
CD Prize - Pluto's Sunken Water.
2:10 Are magazines becoming dinosaurs?
Michael McHugh - Publisher new magazine MindFood - Smart Thinking
Research worldwide would suggest they're in fast decline as consumers kick the habit of settling in with a glossy read , preferring to get their information and entertainment on the internet, on demand, instead.
Mindfood is a 256-page tome from expat Kiwi publisher Michael McHugh, who's known in magazine circles as the man behind Delicious, Notebook and is a former New Zealand Publisher of the Year.
2:30 Festival Review - Paul Bushnell
2:55 He Rourou
Ana Tapiata talks to artist Brett Graham who, with Rachel Rakena, created the multi media exhibition Aniwaniwa, that's currently on show in Wellington, as part of the NZ International Festival of Arts.
Inewidea is a blog about inventions, patents, creative ideas and innovative products.
New Zealand Girl Geek Dinners are held every two months.
Lingro is a multilingual dictionary and language learning site that lets you learn as you surf.
3:33 Auckland Story
Twenty four of the endangered native Pateke or Brown teal ducks have been released behind the predator fence at Tawharanui Regional Park , north of Auckland. When man arrived in New Zealand with cats, rats and later stoats it's estimated there was a population of five million Pateke. These days there're only about a thousand.
Investigating New Zealand's unique solution to protecting its unique fauna - by using our more than 1000 islands as mammal-free santuaries. And not all the islands are off-shore. That's in Balancing Nature.
4:06 The Panel - Jock Anderson and Sue Wells.
4:30 News Headlines/Traffic/Weather