Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 2 September 2010
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Light My Fire by Jose Feliciano as chosen by Elwyn Hunt from Inglewood
1:15 Your Place
2:10 Feature stories
It's the 50th anniversary of New Zealand's golden hour at the Olympics on September 2, 1960 in Rome. Peter Snell powering through to win the 800 metres gold, and then about half an hour later, his Owairaka clubmate, Murray Halberg stunned a great field to win the 5,000 metres gold.
2:30 NZ Reading
The Shag Incident written by Stephanie Johnson and read by Madeline McNamara.
Lena has found out her son Jasper has been involved in making child porn videos.
2:55 He Rourou
Ngapuhi elder, the late Sir James Henare was a staunch advocate of the Treaty of Waitangi, saying it provide Maori with direction and guidance for the future. In an interview recorded in the late 1990s, where Sir James talks about the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi.
3:12 Arts Report
Now on this week's arts report Julie Hill visits the Auckland writing centre - the Creative Hub.
3:33 Southern Story
Last night the Governor General invested Ian Becker from Invercargill with a QSM. Ian's a busy man. He volunteers for Vietnam Veterans, is the president of the Awarua RSA, a past Rotary president and runs a successful recycling business. And it's a recycling business with a difference - most of the staff have intellectual disabilities.
3:47 Pre Panel
What are people talking about on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
4:06 The Panel
Chris Trotter and Tino Pereira