Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 5 October 2012
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Frank Metcalfe from Blenheim nominated Eagle Rock by Daddy Cool.
1:15 NZ Music - Live - Tattletale Saints
Audio of NZ Music Live can be found on our music web page.
2:10 The Peanut Butter Man
60 year-old Nelson man, Pic Picot started making his own peanut butter in his garage a few years ago, and now everyone wants a taste of it.
Letters home to Germany written by a 19th century immigrant capture an almost unrecognisable New Zealand.
Peter Vere-Jones with part eight of Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh.
2:45 Feature album - Fragile - Yes (1971)
3:08 One Stop Shop
We setup your weekend with one of our emerging young chefs, Zac Saunders - now at Matterhorn in Wellington. Yvonne Lorkin with wine choices this week. Sarah McMullan reviews the movies Dredd 3D & The Sapphires.
3.10 Fresh Fast Food - Zac Saunders - Fish with Ratatouille and Asparagus
3.20 Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson
Distant Land Gewurztraminer 2011
Castano Monastrell (Familia Castano) 2011
Starborough Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2012
3.26 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan - Dredd 3D & The Sapphires.
3:40 Surf Lifesaving New Zealand - chairman and a Masters competitor himself - Michael Bassett-Foss.
Surf Lifesaving New Zealand's annual national pool championships have started in Wellington at the Regional Aquatic Centre in Kilbirnie, and will run throughout the weekend.
The event is the largest swimming rescue event in New Zealand and attracts athletes of all ages - including one brave 74 year old.
4:06 The Panel - Mark Inglis and Richard Langston.
Leaky homes and apartments, the so-called $22 billlion dollar problem that is not going away, the lives ruined, the trust in an industry destroyed .. Can you train a teacher in 6 weeks? They do this in America; we'll talk to a teacher there who was fast-tracked into teaching and hear her conclusions. .. An American TV host fights back over being called fat .. Internal Affairs replies to your indignation over four-and-a-half-year passports; our passports used to last 10 years .. Driving in the dark - why do we have to put up with badly-lit streets and roads in NZ ?