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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 15 June 2011

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Sniff 'n' The Tears by  Drivers Seat, chosen by Matthew Hawke of Auckland.

Matthew's blog, The Art of Textuality & Imagery.
Matthew's website: Puku Productions

1:15 Link 3 - music game

2:10 The Friendship Force

Eighty-eight-year-old Dorothy Anderson has been to more than 40 countries with an organisation called The Friendship Force, a non-profit group that organises home stay international cultural exchanges. Dorothy has just won the organisation's top award, the Wayne Smith Medal,  for her work.

2:20 Legendary sheep dog triallist Rex Berkahn

The 2011 New Zealand Sheep Dog Championships have just wrapped up at Bideford near Masterton. Among the competitors was the legendary Rex Berkahn, a four-time champion who has been competing for 65 years. Rex, now 80, is still working on his farm and still training sheep dogs.

2:30 Reading

Footprints In The Sand, written and read by Sarah Boddy.

2:45 Feature Album

Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814.

3:12 Virtual World with Hamish MacEwan

The social networking device for smokers; Cinemagraphs: moving photos; NetHui 2011; the power of Twitter.

3:33 Auckland story

An organisation which has brought the native birds back to Auckland's Waitakere Ranges is celebrating its successes and raising funds at a special concert this Friday. Ark in the Park calls itself a "community environmental restoration project". It works with the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society and the  Auckland Council.

4:06 The Panel

David Farrar and Ali Jones.