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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 9 October 2012


1:10 Best Song Ever Written

David Thorpe from Rangiora nominated 'If I Should Fall From Grace with God' by The Pogues

1:15 Critical Mass

TV review - Sarah McMullan

Brendhan & Jasons Brit Comedy Friday:  TV1 - Fridays @ 8.30pm
Weird or What? With William Shatner:  TV3 - Saturdays @ 8.30pm
Off Their Rockers:  TV2 - Sundays @ 7.30pm

Books - Nicky Pellegrino

The Casual Vacancy  -  J.K. Rowling
Merivel a Man of His time  -  Rose Tremain

 Hot Music - Nick Atkinson.

TITLE:        Broken Home    
ARTIST:    Julia Deans
COMP:     Julia Deans, Sean Deans
DUR:          5' 16"
ALBUM:     We Light Fires
LABEL:     Tardus

Web - Ele Ludemann

2:10 Tuatara Transfer - Matt Cook.
Next week 260 tuatara will take to the air, briefly joining the jet-age.
They're being flown from Stephens Islands in the Marlborough Sounds to nature and wildlife reserves around the country.
It's the largest ever single transfer of the reptiles to the mainland, and as such it will be conducted with a bit of ceremony.
Finlay MacDonald's talks with Department of Conservation's Waikato area manager, Matt Cook, about The Great Tuatara airlift.

2:20 All Set For Rio - Eric Murray
Our rowers are still enjoying the glow of their success at the London Olympics, but the hard work for the next games is about to start all over again for some of them…
Eric Murray has become the first of the gold medal winners to commit to the next Olympics in Rio, Brazil.

2:30 Reading

Part ten of our thirteen part reading of Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh, read by Peter Vere-Jones

2:45 Feature Album

Fear Fun - Father John Misty - aka Joshua Tillman of the Fleet Foxes.

3:12 Tune Your Engine - The Eczema Diet - Karen Fisher

Australian nutritionist, Karen Fischer is on with us today. She's an Eczema crusade - her diet for sufferers seems to be getting good result for some people.  The book is The Eczema Diet.

3:33 Asian Report  - Shi'ite Muslim Community - Lynda Chanwai-Earle

There are around 36,000 followers of the Islamic faith living in New Zealand, from both the Sunny and Shi'ite sects. Lynda travels to Auckland to find out more about the little heard from Shia community in New Zealand.

4:06 The Panel Linda Clark and Tim Watkin