Afternoons for Tuesday 19 April 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
The Blue Beat by Dinah Lee as chosen by Jessica Venning-Bryan of Wellington.
1:15 Critical Mass
Ele Ludeman is building paper aeroplanes, and talks about getting a real education and P.G. Wodehouse as she delves into the blogosphere.
Nick Atkinson attends the finalists announcement for the Pacific Music Awards. Tha Feelstyle scoop a nomination for Best Pacific Song with Sometimes When It Rains.
Graham Beattie reviews a couple of cookbooks:
The New Zealand Pressure Cookbook by Lisa Loveday
80 Recipes for your Pressure Cooker by Richard Ehrlich
Published by Kyle Cathie
2:10 Feature Stories
James Timberlake and his architecture firm have won National Design Awards over and over again, and recently won the competition to design the new US Embassy in London. He's coming to New Zealand next month to judge the New Zealand Home of the Year and present two public lectures.
No Sleep to Revelation: On Sunday, Dean Jamie Allen started a marathon that is being watched from around the world. He's reading every word of the King James Bible to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the book.
Part two of The Daggy End, by Barbara Anderson, read by Donna Akersten.
2:45 Feature Album
Bob Marley's Catch A Fire.
3:12 Tune Your Engine
Dan Buettner has made a special study of the secrets behind longevity and contentment. His latest book is Blue Zones - Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who've Lived the Longest.
3:33 Asian Report
Steve Krzystyniak nd his wife Lily Guildford run Indian Motor Cycle Adventures, which takes up to 15 motorcyclists on a three-week long adventure though the back roads of Rajasthan, considered one of the most beautiful states in the country.
Jason Moon meets the couple at their home in Parakai, West Auckland as they gear up for their 11th year of touring.
4:06 The Panel
The Panel are Gordon McLauchlan and Graham Bell.