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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 7 December 2012

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Fiona Floyd of Christchurch nominated Girls in Their Summer Clothes by Bruce Springsteen.

1:15 NZ Live - Wellington singer/songwriter, Craig Terris

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

2:10 New Zealand's IT Superhero - Ed Minnell

Ed Minnell can't leap buildings in a single bound, he can do something even more spectacular: he brings computer technology to low decile schools in Wanganui. And for his efforts, Ed Minnell has just been named New Zealand's IT superhero.

2:20  Tools of the Trade - Justin Gregory

Auckland Arts Festival director Carla Van Zon tells spoken features producer Justin Gregory there's only one tool she can't do without. As she's in charge of a festival with performers from nearly twenty different countries, you can probably guess what it is.

2:30 Reading - the final episode of our classic radio serial - Motor Pioneers of New Zealand
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'Walking'  (Martin) CHAPPELL C573  Dur: 1:05
'Playground' (Martin) CHAPPELL C584 Dur: 0:36

2:45 Feature album - Time Out - The Dave Brubeck Quartet  (1959)

3:08 One Stop Shop

Fresh Fast Food - Jacob Brown
Salmon Gravlax with Dill Mustard Sauce (Serves  20 for canape style)

 Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson
Mud House Sauvignon Blanc 2012 $14
Alpha Domus 'The Pilot' Hawkes Bay Rose 2012 $22
Wyndham Estate Bin 555 Sparkling Shiraz NV $15

Movie Review - Sarah McMullan
Sarah reviews the French drama, Polisse, which won the Jury Prize at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. Plus she runs through the kids movies coming up in the school holidays.
Wreck it Ralph 2 & 3D  
Life of Pi
Rise of the Guardians 2D & 3D    
Monsters Inc 3D                    
Paranorman  2D & 3D    
Monsters INC 3D


3:40 Jenny Mair Square Day - Pete Flynn.

The sounds of the scottish highlands will fill the central square in Palmerston North tomorrow for the annual Scottish  pipe band competition organized by the Manawatu Scottish Society Pipe Band.
The Jenny Mair Square day started in 1980, and now bands come from all over New Zealand and even Australia to take part.  
The kilts will be pressed tonight, ready for the battle of the bands.

4:06 The Panel - Bernard Hickey and Anna Chinn.

The new relocation rules, accommodation taxed when you shift cities for new jobs. Why's it so easy to become an authorised financial adviser, seemingly? We've heard this week that NZ is the least-corrupt country in the world again. How incorrupt are we though, really? How did Metservice do yesterday in its Auckland forecasts? And why retiring early in life may not be such a hot idea.