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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 11 December 2012

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Matthew Davies of Wellington nominated 'Little Things' by Trinity Roots

1:15 Critical Mass
Books - Cushla McKinney.
"The Hydrogen Sonata"  -  By Iain M Banks
"The ACB with Honora Lee"  -  By Kate De Goldi,  Illustrated by Gregory O'Brien

TV review - Sarah McMullan

Hotel Hell
TV One - Thursdays @ 9.30

Air Ways
TV2 - Tuesdays - 8pm

Prime Suspect
TV One - Wednesdays - 11pm

Hot Music - Nick Atkinson
TITLE:        Tying Light In Knots Around Your Heart
ARTIST:    Jol Mulholland

TITLE:        Be Around   
ARTIST:    Golden Curtain

Web - Ben Gracewood.

Ben's Links:

How Trusting in Vice Led to John McAfee's Downfall

Could Boredom be Curable?

Periodic Elements Videos

2:10 James Bond Survey -  Bob Hancox
Researchers have been poring over - and analysing - the James Bond movies.
They've looked at 22 movies from the first Bond in 1962, Dr Quantum of Solace in 2008.
Jim Mora talks with study co-author Associate Professor Bob Hancox of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine at Otago University.

2:20  Getting Married After 30 Years - Des Barson
Des Barson is getting married tomorrow. He thought he might not get around to it, but he's going to. Tomorrow he'll  put on his best clothes and marry his long-time partner Kaki Manuera at Hospice Marlborough, where Des is being treated for cancer.

2:30 Reading - Writer Graeme Lay  with another story from his book 'The Miss Tutti Frutti Contest: Travel Tales of the South Pacific'.
Voix des Iles (Taiohae) Marquesas Islands / Choirs of the World / Arc Music EGCD 1568

2:45 Feature Album - Whitney Houston's self-titled debut album from 1985.

3:10 Tune Your Engine - Jonas Eliasson is director of the Centre for Transport Studies in Stockhom. His research shows how subtly nudging just a small percentage of drivers to stay off major roads can make traffic jams a thing of the past.

3:30 Asian Report  - Lynda Chanwai-Earle
In the Asian Report, paralysed at the age of 18, renowned Chinese artist Qin Bailan picked up a paint-brush to take her images of traditional Chinese women and children across the world.

4:06 The Panel - Tony Doe and Raybon Kan.

We discuss the enquiry into the CTV collapse, the surprise new twist in the David Bain compensation saga, the big Telecom outage this morning - what has happened to basic communication from our biggest telecommunicator? The Australian DJs speak out and say we're only the messengers. And what sort of a technology personality type are you? A new survey puts us into boxes.