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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 17 March 2008

Afternoons for Monday 17 March 2008

1:06 Jim's Essay

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond

According to Alois Kafer

1:15 8 Months To Mars - Sir Jon Trimmer

2:00 News

2:10 Undersea Landslide

Evidence of a massive undersea landslide, that has dislodged a billion cubic metres of rock has been found less than 15 kilometres from Wellington airport. Using underwater scanning equipment, NIWA scientists have located a giant scar in the Nicholson Canyon, which lies in Cook Strait, south of Wellington Heads. The scar is all that's left from the giant slip, four times the size of Mt Victoria tunnel that scientists are now trying to date and assess for further risk and instability. NIWA ocean geologist Joshu Mountjoy.

2:20 Wreck of the Sydney

The wreckage of HMAS Sydney, sunk off the West Australian coast during World War II, has been found. It's a major breakthrough for the Australian government, which has invested more than $ 4 million in the search, and the Finding Sydney Foundation, which has conducted it out. The foundation's project manager is Patrick Flynn.

2:30 NZ Reading : The Perfect Day by Helen Lehndorf

One of our Whitireia Workshop series from the collection, A Magpie Stole My Heart.

2:45 He Rourou

In He Rourou today, Ana Tapiata talks to Wharehoka Wano, the organiser of the Maori activities of the New Zealand Arts Festival.

2:50 Feature Album - Achtung Baby by U2

Their seventh studio album . (1991)

3:00 News

3:12 Author Slot : Hobsonville - Portrait of a Seaplane Station

Published in trade paperback by Random House New Zealand.

3:33 This Way Up

In our This Way Up consumer feature, Simon Morton gives us a potted history of Tea both here in NZ and overseas, and then searches for the perfect cuppa.

3:47 Science

What are the ways cancer researchers are trying to stop the growth of tumours? Find out in our Health Segment today, with Dacia Herbulock.

4:00 News

4:06 The Panel - Ian Wishart and Joanne Black.

4:30 News Headlines/Traffic/Weather