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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Thursday 4 November 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Lay Lady Lay by Bob Dylan, as chosen by Kerry O'Rourke from Hamilton.

1:15 Your Place

Canvastown, Malborough.

2:10 Feature stories

The search for Madeline McCann, the British girl who went missing from her family's holiday flat in Portugal three years ago, may be coming to an end. The Find Madeline fund is running out of money, and Madeline's parents say they will no longer be able to pay for special investigators to find her.

An outrageous exhibit is set to open at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. In the same museum that houses some of New Zealand's greatest cultural treasures, an exhibit about the woman who started "Hoochie Mama" underwear and her family of criminals will be unveiled next month. Outrageous Fortune: The Exhibition is about the longest running drama made in New Zealand.

2:30 Reading

Episode four of Butler's Ringlet by Laurence Fearnley, read by Michael Chamberlain.

2:45 He Rourou

Ana Tapiata talks to Whatarangi Winiata, one of the architects of the 25-year Maori development strategy Whakatipuranga Ruamano.

2:45 Feature Album

The Delfonic's self-titled album from 1970.

3:12 Arts Report

Screenprint artist and an official artist for Elvis Presley Enterprises Peter Mars. The Chicago-based Mars has his first exhibit in New Zealand featuring paintings of the King and many others at the Lonely Dog Gallery in Auckland.

3:33 Southern story

The Southland Motorcycle Club are preparing for the 5th Annual Burt Munro Challenge 24-28 November. Sculptor Roddy McMillan has been working on a bronze monument to Burt, which will be placed at the front gates to Queens Park. Friends say his determination to create the monument reflects the man himself - Burt Munro.

See more images of the sculpture.

Roddy McMillan's bronze of Burt Munro's Indian streamliner, which broke the world speed record in 1967.

3:40 Our Changing World

Not only is New Zealand home to the world's smallest penguins - but these penguins live right alongside us, even in the middle of our big cities.

In Wellington Harbour, little blue penguins are thriving out on predator-free Matiu-Somes Island, and Alison Ballance couldn't resist Reg Cotter's invitation to join him and Graeme Taylor for an afternoon penguin survey.

4:06 The Panel with Joanne Black and Simon Pound