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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 4 February 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Barry-Dean Dewson nominated Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf.

Barry's link

1:15 8 Months To Mars - Jonh Morrison

2:10 Young Youtuber - Corey Harris
Corey Harris is one of New Zealand's most successful you-tubers, with a personal channel on the video-sharing site that has thousands of subscribers and generates a great income. He's also a 16 year old, still at high school.
His you tube channel has 50,000 subscribers, and over 6 million views since it started.

2:20 My Story-teller - Brian Cole.
When Brian Cole was working overseas, he missed being a hands-on Dad. Now he's helped develop an app that will help other parents to be just that. The smartphone app 'My Storyteller' allows adults  to record themselves telling custom made stories to children, which can be sent home from abroad and watched on a smartphone, home computer or tablet.

2:30 Reading - In the lead up to Waitangi Day. . .and for the next few weeks at this time, we're featuring readings from book called, 'Skin To Skin' , which looks at race relations in Aotearoa through the eyes of people in cross-cultural marriage and their children. The book is published by Penguin and has been adapted for radio by its author, Carol Archie.

2:45 Feature Album - Some Nights'  - the second studio album from American indie pop band Fun.  Nominated for Album of the Year at the 2013 Grammy's.

3:10 Feature Author - David Maraniss 
David Maraniss is an associate editor at The Washington Post. His book, Barack Obama- The story"  follows the unlikely odyssey of a biracial man, looking for his place in the world and finding it in the White House.

3:35 Our Changing World - The Alpine Fault - Veronika Meduna
In the past, the Alpine Fault has produced large earthquakes every 200 to 400 years - and the last one of these is thought to have happened in 1717. To find out what's going on deep underground, an international team of geologists is preparing to drill 1.5 kilometres deep, straight into the fault zone.
Veronika Meduna meets one of the project leaders, GNS Science geologist Rupert Sutherland, and David Prior at the University of Otago, who studies rocks that have been uplifted from the fault to get a better idea of earthquake processes.

4:06 Jonathan Krebs and Tino Pereira are on The Panel today, and we'll discuss the Labour leadership vote, the decisions of judges, part 8, the ACC compensations for sunburn and insect bites, buying a house you are told is in a school zone and finding out it's not and you've in fact managed to move out of the zone you want. The virtues of chewing gum - great for your brain.