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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 12 October 2012

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Brian Nelson of Wellington nominated 'My Funny Valentine' by Elvis Costello

1:15 NZ Live with Auckland country band, The Broadsides

Audio of NZ Music Live can be found on our music web page.

2:10 Nodojiman World - Sam Bennett
Long before American Idol and Britain's Got Talent, a Japanese television programme started inviting amateur singers, some from all over the world,  to perform to an audience of millions.  
There's one catch. You have to be fluent in Japanese. Sam Bennett is a fluent Japanese speaker. The 19-year-old from Nelson sent his audition tapes  and he got the call to fly to Toykyo to sing on Nodojiman World. Sam's the first new Zealander to be accepted on the Japanese talent show. 

2:20 The Vault - Peter Snell - Deb Nation
There are not many people honoured in our country by bronze statues. But one New Zealand runner has received such an honour in not one - but two different towns in recent years. In The Vault, Deb Nation delves into the Sound Archives to recall the rise of a young sporting sensation called Peter Snell, who fifty years ago was breaking records repeatedly.

2:30 Reading - Peter Vere-Jones with the final episode of Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh, first published in 1943.

2:45 Feature album - Mr Blue Sky - The Very Best of Electric Light Orchestra  (2012)
ELO founder, Jeff Lynne is back in the spotlight this week with two brand-new albums: 'Long Wave' - his first solo work under his own name for over 20 years, plus an album of 11 re-recorded ELO classics, not remixed or remastered - but where Lynne sits down and does them all again, performing every instrument himself.

3:08  Fresh Fast Food - Chris Fortune
Swiss Chard with Olives

3.20  Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson

Belinda's Picks:

Matua Valley Reserve Syrah 2010
Pasquale Pinot Noir Hakataramea Valley 2010
And the Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc

3.28  Movie Review - Sarah McMullan
Taken 2
Show Me Shorts Film Festival

3:40   Fly My Pretties new single
Wellington collective, Fly My Pretties released a new single and video today - a new version of their song, "Singing in My Soul", which originally appeared on the their debut album, Live At Bats.
This new version was performed and recorded live at Wellington's St James theatre during the 2011 Fly My Pretties IV tour.

4:06 The Panel with Jonathan Krebs and Garry Moore.

We'll discuss this business of whether John Key talked to the GCSB about Kim Dotcom or not .. The American vice-presidential debate, which is expected to be fiery ..  AIG on the All Black jersey and Rugby League expanding into China .. Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the Rich Dad Poor Dad books, declaring bankruptcy .. The ongoing saga of the bull terrier in South Waikato which they can't put down.