Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 17 June 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Waving Flag by K'Naan, the official World Cup Song for 2010, chosen by Sharon Fisher.
1:15 NZ Live - Graham Wardrop
Singer-songwriter, Graham Wardrop.
Audio of NZ Music Live can be found on our music web page.
2:10 Barry Ross, whose home is thought to be the closest to the epicentre of Monday's earthquake
When the 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck Christchurch at 2:20 on Monday afternoon Barry Ross was outside his home at Godley Head on the Port Hills, where is he is the Department of Conservation caretaker. Barry's house is thought to be the closest to the epicentre that day and such was the force of the quake he was thrown to the ground and some of the cliff nearby fell away. He lost power and water for a few days but now he's back home, clearing up and determined to get on with life.
2:20 LA teenager donates $3000 dollars to help save the kakapo
Los Angeles teenager Natalie Shaheen has never been to New Zealand but she's just sent a cheque for more than $3000 to the Department of Conservation to help save the kakapo. The 13-year-old from Westwood, LA celebrated her Bat Mitzvah by raising money for the Kakapo Recovery Programme.
Natalie's website: Viva La Kakapo
2:30 NZ Reading
Footprints In The Sand , written and read by Sarah Boddy.
2:45 Feature Album
Blood Sugar Sex Magik, the fifth studio album by American band Red Hot Chili Peppers (1991).
3:12 Fresh Fast Food - Sachie Nomura
3:20 Weekend Wine with Yvonne Lorkin
Cheap and Cheerful: Mission Estate Chardonnay 2009
Mid Price Magic: Verde Chardonnay Pinot Noir Methode Traditionelle Brut NV
Treat Yourself: Man 'O War Valhalla Waiheke Island Chardonnay 2010
3:26 Movie Review with Sarah McMullan
Green Lantern and Bridesmaid.
3:33 NZ Society
Amelia Nurse talks to former Air Force personnel from No 75 Squadron. Today she finds out about some of the worst – and best – moments in Skyhawk history.
SKYHAWKS: The History of the RNZAF Skyhawk by Donn Simms
NOT a textbook landing: NZ6218 immediately after roll over Townsville 1985.
4:06 The Panel
Bernard Hickey and Islay McLeod.