Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 28 September 2012
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Sam Sherrard of Cambridge nominated Walk On by Hilltop Hoods
1:15 NZ Music - Live - Fane Flaws [No Engine]
New Zealand Live features a man whose been lost to the music industry for too long. But Fane Flaws has chosen 2012 as his comeback year after living life, more or less as a recluse, in Hawkes Bay for the best part of a decade.
His past achievments include guitar and songwriting duties with Blerta, Spats and The Crocodiles.
Fane talks about his new band "No Engine" as they prepare for three concerts in Wellington over the weekend.
2:10 - The Day CHTV3 Was Born - Julie Cunningham
This weekend broadcasters associated with television and radio will gather to celebrate the 51st anniversary of CHTV3 and the 75th anniversary of Radio 3ZB. 50th anniversary celebrations were put on hold last year after the Canterbury earthquake.
Julie Cunningham was one of the first woman television announcers in the early days of TV in Canterbury.
Letters home to Germany written by a 19th century immigrant capture an almost unrecognisable New Zealand.
2:30 Reading - Colour Scheme
Episode three of Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh, read by Peter Vere-Jones.
Tina's Tango by James Moody. Tk 10 PML-CD 1013
2:45 Feature album - 'Babel' - Mumford and Sons
Our Feature Album has just pulled in the biggest first week sales in the United States since 2008 - when AC/DC's 'Black Ice' went ballistic.
3:08 Food with Geoff Scot - owner & chef of Vinnies in Herne Bay.
3:18 Wine with Blenheim wine consultant, Belinda Jackson.
Lindauer Special Reserve Brut $13
Lake Chalice Chardonnay 2011 $22
Lawson's Dry Hills Pinot Noir 2010 $27
3:28 Movies with Sarah McMullan.
Where Do We Go Now? 1hr 38mins: M
Looper 1hr 58mins: R16
3:40 Rural police officer to be honoured by community - Jill Martin.
For 34 years, Jill Martin has served her community as a rural police officer. After decades working in various communities around the Manawatu, Jill has retired, and tomorrow the community will be gathering to thank her for years of service. She helped set up Neighborhood Watch programmes... she took the phone calls in the middle of the night.. she saw people at the best and worst of times, and she's to be honoured in Fielding this weekend.
4:06 The Panel - Jane Clifton and Matt Lawry
The National standards are out today - excited? The extent to which rugby is dependent on pokie money now becomes clear as rugby bosses bridle at greater control of the pokies industry. The captain of the Rena says sorry, for what that's worth. Quade Cooper spits the dummy, another Dotcom chat on the accountability of the Prime Minister, another chat about the demise of Close-Up and the contention of TVNZ's Ross Dagan that "…traditional current affairs formats are losing favour with audiences". Is this true or not?