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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 5 March 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written -  Playwright, Roger Hall nominated 'Joyce The Librarian' by Peter Skellern.

1:20 Critical Mass

TV review - Phil Wallington
Books - Cushla McKinney
Hot Music - Colin Morris

ARTIST:    Joe Cocker    
TITLE:        Younger
COMP:    Gary Burr          
ALBUM:    Fire It Up  -  Track 7     
LABEL:    Sony      

CONTROL PLAY:
ARTIST:    Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite    
SONG:    We Can't End This Way
COMP:    Ben Harper
ALBUM:    Get Up  
LABEL:    Universal 7233874

Web - Ele Ludemann

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2:10  The Vulcan - Bryn Lewis - It was a day on the runway that nobody  would ever forget. The Grand Opening of Wellington International Airport in October 1959. A spectacular airshow was planned for the occasion, the jewel in the Crown of which was the presence of an Arvo Vulcan bomber plane, specially flown over by a team of RAF pilots from the UK.
The Vulcan roared off, as planned, and thrilled viewers in the skies above Wellington. But delight  turned to dismay when the plane came down short of the runway.   Bryn Lewis was onboard the Vulcan on that day in 1959.

2:20  Choosing a Pope - BBC Witness  
A Cardinal tells the story of the Papal Conclave that elected Pope Benedict in 2005.
Rebecca Kesby of BBc Witness talks to one of those present at the last Papal conclave - Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor.

2:30 Reading - Peter Hambleton reads the second and final part of 'Who Steals My Purse' by A.P. Gaskell.

2:45 Feature Album - Jolene - Dolly Parton (1974)

3:10Tune Your Engine - What can magic tricks tell us about ourselves and our daily lives?  Neuroscientist Stephen Macknik on his study of how magicians' techniques can help neurologists better understand brain functions.

3:30 Asian Report   Twelve years ago the Chinese New Year Festival in Wellington started with just 50 gathering people in Courtney Place, now it draws a crowd of around 35,000. Lynda Chanwai-Earle checks out how our communities are contributing to this auspicious occasion.

4:06 On The Panel the old firm of Michelle Boag and Brian Edwards - Asset sales begin. Census night, and our changing country - rapidly, rapidly changing. As university life begins after O week, in fact some of the orientation activities haven't finished yet, are the nation's young people keeping the right company? And the strange case of Anika Moa and her change of churches in Carterton.