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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 30 July 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Elbow: Grounds for Divorce chosen by Gerald Askin of Nelson

1:15 NZ Music - Live

Op Shop - on Monday they release their third studio album, the last went triple platinum.

2.10 Feature stories

People who take calcium supplements to build srong bones and stay healthy may instead be increasing their risk of heart attack by as much as 30 percent. This is new research just published in the British Medical Journal. Ian Reid, professor of medicine at the University of Auckland and his colleagues in the UK made the findings.

When Andrew Read-Percival was three he was diagnosed with Autism; his language skills were behind other children of his own age and his vocabulary was almost non-existent. With support from his family and a private tutor he can now read and write and at age seven, is a published author.

2:30 Reading

Steve Braunias reading the final part of his book How To Watch A Bird.

2:50 Feature Album

Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix is the fourth studio album from french band Phoenix

2:55 He Rourou

Andrew Robb talks with Ana Tapiata about the advancements he has seen in the Maori language.

3:08 One Stop Shop

Fresh Fast Food with Ann Thorp
Muttonbird (Titi) with watercress and kumara

Weekend Wine with Yvonne Lorkin
Cheap and cheerful:
Jacobs Creek Grenache Shiraz
Invercargill Brewery Smokin' Bishop Bock 2010

Mid price
Two Tracks Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2009

Vidal Reserve Hawkes Bay Syrah 2007

Movie Review with Nowelle McCarthy
Purple Balloon, documentary about Sam Hunt

3:33 Society

Great Barrier island stands ninety kilometres away from Auckland City. It's sparsely populated landscape of rugged hills and beautiful beaches is a draw card for tourists looking for a bit of a wilderness experience. Some locals think ecotourism is the way to go. David Steemson meets one islander who's already working on it.

3:47 Pre-Panel

International poetry day with retired farmer and award winning poet, Colin Patterson.

4:06 The Panel with Michelle A'Court and Home NZ Editor Jeremy Hansen

Wanaka home takes New Zealand's richest architecural prize