Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 22 October 2010
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Lido Shuffle by Boz Scaggs as chosen by Kath Payne of Christchurch.
1:15 NZ Music - Live
One of the biggest musical events ever staged in this country takes place in Hagley Park, Christchurch tomorrow. Thirty-four different acts are getting together in a fund raiser for Canterbury earthquake relief and the entire 11 hour show is free.
Band Together will see artists Anika Moa, Barry Saunders, Bic Runga, Che Fu, Dave Dobbyn, Dinah Lee and Julia Deans performing alomgside bands such as The Feelers, Midnight Youth, Evermore and The Exponents on two giant stages.
It's the brainchild of former Cantabrians; Music producer and New Zealand Idol Judge Paul Ellis and Opshop front man Jason Kerrison.
Today, on New Zealand Live, we are in Christchurch to bring you a bit of a preview of the event with help from four of the acts appearing tomorrow.
Audio of NZ Live can be found on our music webpage.
2:10 Feature Story
A debt of gratitude has now been repaid to a family in France, who risked their lives during the Second World War, to hide a New Zealand pilot from German soldiers. Terry Kearins, was shot down over Northern France in July, 1943. Badly burned, the Forgez family took Kearins in, treated his wounds, and hid him from German soldiers who often raided the farmhouse
Fame and the price it extracts from those who seek it, is the theme of a new musical inspired by the music of David Bowie. Rock and Roll Suicide will have its world premiere in Arrowtown next week. It's written and produced by Margaret O'Hanlon, an American singer, director and producer now living in Queenstown.
2:30 You Me ... Now!
Following the trials and tribulations of a group of friends as they find love in the city.
2:45 He Rourou
The Minister of Maori Affairs has established an independent panel to review the government's Maori language strategy and spending. Ana Tapiata spoke with the panel chairman Tamati Reedy at the panel's first public consultation
2:50 Feature Album
Twenty two years ago, Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1 was released by the supergroup Traveling Wilburys leading to great commercial success and critical acclaim. The Wilbury's, of course, were George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and Bob Dylan .. also drummer Jim Keltner.
3:10 Fresh Fast Food with Julie Le Clerc
3:20 Weekend Wine - Karl du Fresne
Three Paddles Riesling 2006
Makaraka Estate Gisborne Pinot Gris 2009
Coopers Creek Swamp Reserve Chardonnay 2009
3:26 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan
3:33 New Zealand Society Series
New Zealand As It Might Have Been: Justin Gregory asks Hugh Logan, mountain climber and former head of New Zealand's Antarctic programme, what if a Kiwi wasn't the first on top of the world?
4:06 The Panel
Gary Moore and Duncan Webb