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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 27 September 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

The Reluctant Cannibal by Michael Flanders and Donald Swann as chosen by Betty Gilderdale of Auckland.

1:15 8 Months To Mars - what would well-known people do on an trip to Mars

Ahead of his run in 42nd Street at the Civic in Auckland, Derek Metzger joins us for today's mission.

2:10 Feature stories

On August 13th, 1904, the All Blacks took to the field on Athletic Park to play the British and Irish team in their very first test on New Zealand soil. No images have ever been seen of that historic test until now. Paul Martin's Grandfather was at that match with a camera that captured images on glass plates. The story about the images was told over the generations in the Martin family. In 2005, Paul discovered the glass-plate negatives. After hours and hours of restorative work, the images of that historic game at Athletic park have come to life.

The Global Volunteer Network is an organisation based in Upper Hutt that helps travellers find volunteer projects around the world. They also help tourists coming to New Zealand connect with volunteer projects here too.

2:30You Me Now! - A Crash Course in Love

Today we start our long awaited daily soapie series. It's set in the city and follows the loves, disappointments trials and tribulations of five young people and their friends and families. What's it about? Well, that remains to be seen, but let's say well, it's about everything.

2:45 He Rourou

Maori women secured the right stand as a candidate in the Maori parliament, more than a decade before the right was granted to women in the NZ parliament. The person who put the led the charge was Meri Te Tai Mangakahia from the northern tribe of Te Rarawa. Ana Tapiata talks with a great grandniece of Meri, Irene Frost at a function to pay homage to the Maori women in the Suffrage movement..

2:50 Feature Album

From former Genesis star Phil Collins - Going Back.

3:12 Author Slot

US federal agent Robert Mazur is the man who went undercover to investigate Columbia's drug cartels at the highest levels. It was an assignment that went on for years, dangerous and stressful years.

Mazur tells his story in a memoir, The Infiltrator: My Secret Life Inside the Dirty Banks Behind Pablo Escobar's Medellin Cartel, in which he describes his close involvement with the Cartels, and the banks that helped them. He is now the president of a private investigative agency.

3:47 Our Changing World

The techno-wizardry of 3D is creating a stir with movies like Avatar, but could it also help people with Parkinson's disease?

In Christchurch, a 3D virtual reality system for retraining the Parkinsonian brain has been developed by a team of researchers from the Van der Veer Institute and the University of Otago.

Ruth Beran meets mathematician Daniel Myall and experimental psychologist Michael MacAskill who built the system in conjunction with clinical neurologist Tim Anderson and biomedical engineer Richard Jones.

4:06 The Panel

Kevin Milne and Nicky Pelligrino.