Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 11 July 2008
Afternoons with Noelle McCarthy
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Graceland by Paul Simon
1:15 New Zealand Live: Windy City Strugglers
Direct from the launch party for Shine On, their 5th album
2:10 Rail to the rugby
It used to be that riding the rail was the most popular way to get to a big rugby match at Carisbrook Park. In fact the annual train trip from Invercargill to Dunedin for a 'Brook test is part of southern folklore, especially so since the Southerner service was mothballed and regular trains are no longer a feature of the region. So it's good news for die hard rugby fans that an Invercargill travel agent is resurrecting the iconic railway journey for tomorrow's Tri Nation's clash between the All Blacks and South Africa.
2:15 Sports Story with Stephen Hewson
Stephen Hewson discusses the major talking points of the weekend....the rugby test against the Springboks and netball's trans Tasman cup semi finals.
2:0 New Zealand reading
Judie Douglass reads The woman who wanted to feel pain by Elizabeth Smither.
2:45 He Rourou
Ana Tapiata talks to Rangitiriata Hodges, who went to Parliament to sign the Treelords settlement agreement on behalf of her iwi, Ngati Raukawa..
2:50 What's On
2:55 Weekend Weather with Peter Kreft
3.12 Fresh Fast Food - Palmerston North chef, Hester Guy
3:30 When The Siren Goes
When The Siren Goes, a new six-part radio series from Radio New Zealand National, explores our level of disaster awareness and considers the public response that would follow a major civil defence emergency.
4:06 The Panel
Peter Elliot and Barry Corbett
4:30 News Headlines, Traffic, Weather