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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 26 February 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Dave Gourlay of Queenstown nominated 'Concrete Jungle' by Bob Marley & The Wailers.

1:20 Critical Mass

Books - Vanda Symon

Citadel by Kate Mosse.
The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Edited by Joseph Gordon-Levitt & wirrow

TV review - Sarah McMullan
The Following
TVOne - Mondays @ 9.30

Hot Music - Colin Morris
ARTIST - Aaron Neville
Album; My True Story
Track 9: Under The Boardwalk
Composer: A. Resnick & K.Young
Label: Blue Note (EMI) 6234892

ARTIST:The Mavericks
Album; In Time
Track 6: Fall Apart
Composer: Raul Malo
Label: Universal 0602537266661

Social Media - Ben Gracewood


How Corporations Kill Creativity

2:10 The Godwits -  Dr Phil Battley - Friday is March 1st, and as Autumn comes, the godwits go.
They'll be starting their migration  from next week onwards, a seasonal exodus that sees them make their way home to Alaska to breed. They'll fly non stop, via China, clocking up tens of thousands of miles on the wing. But why do some godwits leave before others do? And how does each bird know when its time for it to go? Zoology Lecturer Dr Phil Battley has spent years studying godwits and their patterns.

2:20 The Theft of The Scream - Lucy Burns of BBC Witness
In 1994, Edvard Munch's famous painting The Scream was stolen from a Norwegian art museum. It was recovered in a daring undercover operation by British detectives.

2:30 Reading - Elisabeth Easther with  'Lucky Old  Me'  the second part of her story series  'Between The Lines'.

2:45 Feature Album - Our Feature Album today is a big one from 1987 from Australian Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls, Under The Sun.

3:10 Tune Your Engine - Our Feature guest is American anti-feminist author and social commentator, Suzanne Venker. Her new book, How to Choose a Husband, examines the sexual revolution and encourages women to reject the cultural script they've been sold about love, sex, men, and marriage.

3:30 Asian Report - Who would have thought you could create new levels of musical virtuosity with the humble recorder? Lynda meets a pair of renowned Japanese musicians on tour to this country.
Music Details
All workshop live music and performances recorded in the field. Written permission given for use of workshop music and the Toccata music track by performers Tosiya Suzuki (Recorders), Nanae Yoshimura (Koto) and Radio New Zealand, Concert (Sound: David McCaw)

4:06  Tony Doe and Lavina Good are on The Panel. The Pike River talks. The new Quality Of Life survey looking at how NZers feel about their lives. The behaviour of sports crowds, the jobs of the future, and the sexualisation of children is becoming society's new cancer says Steve Biddulph.