Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 15 March 2013
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Trudy Moynan of Arrowtown nominated Ride On by Christy Moore.
1:20 New Zealand Live today with the husband and wife duo, the Bads (Brett Adams and Dianne Swann)
2:10 The Motorhome - Helen Donoghue - 100 thousand kilometers, two countries, 1400 towns visited over 30 months, and all in a 7.3 metre motorhome. This is the adventure of Garry and Helen Donoghue. When they retired, they decided to buy an RV and travel around New Zealand and Australia. They rented out their family home, used that income to pay for petrol, and set off to see our part of the world. Along the way, they kept meticulous records about every museum, every campground, every town they visited. The result is a soon to be published book called Bust Out that is a "how to guide" for anyone considering becoming a grey nomad.
2:20 Intimacy - Lynda Chanwai-Earle
Intimacy plays a central role in the human experience. But what about finding love outside the so-called "norm"? Lynda Chanwai-Earle travels across the country to speak with the outspoken.
2:30 Auckland Festival Review - Justin Gregory
In today's Festival Review slot; a musical two-header from Ireland, farce from Great Britain, and afro-beat from, well Africa.
We critique concerts by Glenn Hansard and Lisa Hannigan as well as Hugh Masekela and the play One Man, Two Guvnors.
2:45 Feature album - Born to Run - the third album by singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen. Four tracks from this album featured on Springsteen's setlist last night in Brisbane for the opening concert of the Australian tour.
3:08 One Stop Shop - Setting up your weekend with food from former MasterChef winner Nadia Lim. Belinda Jackson chooses the wine - and Sarah McMullan reviews the New Zealand-made romantic drama, The Red House.
Food - Nadia Lim - Marinated Lamb Cutlets with Beans, Mint, Feta and Potatoes
Wine - Belinda Jackson
Saint Clair Pinot Gris Rose 2012 - $15
Concha Y Toro Casillero del Diablo Merlot - $15
Castano Monastrell 2011 - $15
Movie Review - Sarah McMullan - the New Zealand-made romantic drama, The Red House, and also the crime thriller, Broken City.
3:40 The Mussel Fest - It's the perfect place for a festival dedicated to the Green Lip Mussel... Havelock, situated at the head of the Pelorus Sound in Marlborough is having it's 9th annual Mussel Festival tomorrow at the Havelock Domain.
Five thousand people are expected to enjoy cooking demonstrations, entertainment including performances by Ray Woolf and the Mike Walker Trio and an attempt at a Guinness Book of world Records at the Mussel opening competition. Katrina Lange is one of the Festival organisers.
4:06 Mike Williams and Josie McNaught are on The Panel today. -we'll discuss the Auckland Unitary Plan, the people who get off drinking driving charges for all sorts of reasons, arbitrary reasons I'm sure the people who don't get off drink driving charges would think; they've discovered the Higgs Boson! Well sort of. Well nearly. No honestly it's as a good as a done deal. We've heard this before. We'll analyse the week of the Solid Energy revelations, and question the findings - much-discussed this week too - about the evils of processed meat.