Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 13 April 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
More Than a Feeling by Boston, as chosen by Tim Finlay, who is in the countryside outside Whangerei.
1:15 Link 3 - music game
2:10 Feature stories
The brig Active sailed into the Bay of Islands in 1814 with Reverend Samuel Marsden and was the first ship to bring European settlers to New Zealand. Thomas Hansen captained the ship that sailed from Sydney. The descendants of Thomas Hansen have loaned an intricate replica of the Active to the Waitangi National Trust in the Bay of Islands to help remind us all about this chapter of our history.
Part three of The Quince Café by Sue Francis, read by Sarah Peirse.
2:45 Feature Album
The fifth studio album from Talking Heads, released in 1983, Speaking in Tongues.
3:12 Virtual World
Dr Jules Older, former Otago University psychologist, magazine editor, author, app creator and YouTube video-blogger.
3:33 Auckland story
The Auckland firm that repairs and finely restores people's broken treasures, is on a mercy mission this week to Christchurch. Wrightway Studios claims to be the "biggest multi-service restoration organisation in the southern hemisphere", with a team of restoration artists.
Since the two major quakes, it says Christchurch people have been crying out for help. David Steemson has been to check what's happening at Wrightway's Mount Wellington headquarters.
4:06 The Panel
Stephen Franks and Dita de Boni.