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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 22 June 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

She Moves Through t.he Fair by All About Eve chosen by Christina Sie of Mt Eden

1:15 Critical Mass

Blogs with Ele Ludeman, free lance journalist and writer, and author of her own "blue tinted" blog Home Paddock.
Lucky Norman
Thankfully most things have already been invented
A Cat of Impossible Colour

Music with Nick Atkinson:
Google Song by The Gareth Thomas Band and Zorbing by Stornoway

Books with Nicky Pellegrino:
Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich
The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery
Sex & Stravinsky by Barbara Trapido

Phil Wallington reviews TV:
Generation Kill (Monday 8.30pm - TV One)
Prime TV's 20 Years of Television

2:10 Feature stories

Response Planning Officer Dayne Maxwell from MNZ's Marine Pollution Response Service (MPRS) has just returned from the USA supporting the Deepwater Horizon spill response team. Video BP live feed oil spill.

The All Whites aren't the only Kiwis making a name for themselves at the FIFA World Cup. For the first time ever, a New Zealand referee took the field in Group B's opener between Greece and South Korea. Aucklander Mike Hester was in charge of the match. South Korea won, 2-Nil.

2:30 Reading

Part five of The Fat Man by Maurice Gee.

The Fat Man has acquired and returned Colin's father's boxing cups to him and introduced his new wife Bette (Bet) and her daughter Verna. Verna's hair is shaved off because she's had scarlet fever.

2:45 He Rourou

Their combined ages would have totalled about 13 thousand years, but nothing seem to hold back the 11 teams who took part in the "over 60s" Maori cultural festival at Te Papa recently.

Ana Tapiata talks to Kaa Daniels about the benefits of the festival, held to celebrate Matariki.

2:50 Feature Album

The self-titled debut album from Boston-based band The Cars.

3:12 Tune Your Engine

Mixed messages about booze and babies are confusing pregnant women in Australia. A new study in the Medical Journal of Australia shows 80% of Australian women drink alcohol during their pregnancy, despite new guidelines that warn they shouldn't

3:33 Asian Report

3:47 Our Changing World

It's being called a natural history horror story - and it's all unfolding on a remote British island in the South Atlantic - where killer mice are driving the island's rare birds to extinction.

See a picture of a super size killer mouse.

4:06 The Panel

Julia Hartley Moore and Sir Bruce Slane.