Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 6 August 2010
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Jean's not Happening by The Pale Fountains
1:15 NZ Music - Live
The Thomas Oliver Band are in the midst of their biggest recording project yet - their first album - and in full planning mode for launches and live gigs on the back of the album's completion.
2.10 Feature stories
Endeavour Park, next to Queen Charlotte College in Picton, was developed on reclaimed land by the RSA in 1950 as a sports ground; now the council has re-developed the park and dog owners are barking mad about fines being handed out for walking their dogs over the new sports park that used to be their domain.
Here at the End of the World We Learnto Dance by Lloyd Jones.
2:45 He Rourou
After four days of competition, the team from Lytton High in Gisborne was named as the top secondary school traditional Maori performing arts group in New Zealand. We hear the opening speech by the chairperson of the competition's organising committee Rahui Papa, as he pays tribute to the leaders of Maori performing arts.
2:50 Feature Album
Blue Lines by Massive Attack
3:08 One Stop Shop
Movie Review with Noelle McCarthy - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
3:33 Feature story
There's nothing like the old fashioned dentist's drill to set the teeth on edge. Deborah Nation extracts a whining drill among several items from the Sound Archives on the subject of teeth.
4:06 The Panel with Finlay McDonald and Spana Samant