Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 6 March 2013
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - David Mooney of Auckland nominated Andy by The Front Lawn
1:20 Link 3 -
REBEL REBEL - DAVID BOWIE
WHY DOES IT ALWAYS RAIN ON ME? TRAVIS
CROCKETT'S THEME - JAN HAMMER
STARS & STRIPES FOREVER (SOUSA)
BATTLE OF THE ALAMO - MARTY ROBBINS
YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS - HOYT AXTON
ALL BY MYSELF - ERIC CARMEN
2:10 Golf and Business - Kevin Armstrong - The numbers 4 and 8 billion are important to the former chairman of the ANZ Group's Regional Investment Committee, Kevin Armstrong. Four is his golf handicap and the other number refers to the investments he has been in charge of. We've always known that business is often done on the golf course, but Kevin has an intriging theory that takes the connection between golf and business much futher. He's written about his theory in a new book, Bulls, Birdies, Bogeys and Bears: The Remarkable and Revealing Relationship Between Golf and Investment Markets. The book is launched tomorrow in Christchurch.
2:30 Reading - 'Abraham and the Chipped Dinner Plate' by Kamala Jackson.
2:45 Feature Album - Desire - Bob Dylan
3:10 Virtual World - Hamish MacEwan
3:30 Arborfield Sanctuary - David Steemson - Auckland's newest animal sanctuary says it's been flooded with abused and neglected roosters. It's embarking on a sponsorship scheme for the birds and for other animals it's looking after. The Arborfield Sanctuary near Wellsford is already looking after unwanted cows, donkeys, pigs and llamas, and says it certainly can't take anymore cockerels
4:06 - On The Panel after 4 are Graham Bell today and Vicky Hyde. The Lesley Longstone payout, the advantages of living with people you don't know, declining social and medical services in the hinterland of NZ, the lack of ink now in printer cartridges - have you noticed yours are running out sooner? Why can't we all walk on the left - or the right, doesn't matter - but why can't we agree on a side to walk on? And should we be worried about the problems in Korea?