Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 29 February 2008
1:06 Jim's Essay
1:10 Best Song Ever Written Anything Could Happen by The Clean
According to Mark Field
1:15 NZ Live: Rosy Tin Teacaddy
2:10 Feature Story
The promoter of a postponed Waikato air show has gone to ground as anxious sponsors and ticket holders demand answers.
Ken Ross, who failed to get resource consent for his Wings and Wheels over Waikato, has not been seen or heard from for days despite a number of people wanting to hear from him.
Billed as one of the country's biggest air shows, the event was postponed this week and the show's website said new dates were yet to be confirmed.
The Herald understands sponsors have invested more than $250,000 and fans have spent more than $500,000 on tickets for the March 7 to 9 event.
2:25 Weekend Weather - Bob McDavitt.
2:30 Festival Review - Paul Bushnell
2:55 He Rourou
In He Rourou today, 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.
3:12 Fresh Fast Food: Julie Biuso
Spaghetti Alla Norma
Roasted Fijian Eggplants
3:33 Sports Story: Murray Williams
Rowing, Super 14, and Women's hockey
3:47 NZ Society - The Vault
On the Vault today, Deb Nation asks bookseller Philip King to remember what he listened to on his crystal set as a young boy growing up in 50's New Zealand.
4:06 The Panel - Noelle McCarthy and Mike Loder.
4:30 News Headlines/Traffic/Weather