Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 10 April 2013
1:10 Best Song Ever Written- Simon Hayes of Queenstown nominated San Francisco by Scott McKenzie
1:15 Link 3 - music game
UNCLE ALBERT - McCARTNEY
WALK ON BY - WARWICK
FEELS SO GOOD - CHUCK MANGIONE
SPINNING WHEEL - BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS
RING OF FIRE - CASH
SPANISH FLEA - HERB ALPERT
OUR HOUSE - MADNESS
MY MISTAKE - SPLIT ENZ
YOU CAN CALL ME AL - PAUL SIMON
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE - THE BEATLES
The Answer: All songs feature the flugelhorn or wing horn, a brass instrument that resembles a trumpet with a wider, conical bore.
2:10 Remote Kenya - Dr Clare McMahon - For seven weeks, Dr Clare McMahon lived in a remote village in Kenya, working with children, many of them Aids orphans, treating them for TB, pneumonia, malaria and skin infections.
She knew her skills as a doctor would make a big difference to the people of Musanda, but she didn't expected the people of Musanda to make such an impact on her.
Since returning to one of the most idealic places in the world, she's decided to sell her home in Golden Bay and return to Kenya and the children she cannot forget. Dr. McMahon is working with the Nasio Trust.
2:20 The Duck-calling World Champ - Buck Gardner is a World Champion of duck calling. Duck Shooting season opens in New Zealand on the first weekend in May, and a Wairarapa country pub is warming up hunters by holding the Regional Duck Calling Championships next week. The winner will get a chance to compete at nationals in Dunedin, and a possible entry to the Duck Calling World Champs in Arkansas in the United States.
2:30 Reading - Jason Whyte reads Episode 3 of 'Dances With Marmots'.
Geoff Bartley/Paul Lenart: 'Walkin' To Heaven' (Geoff Bartley/Paul Lenart) from the CD 'GUITARSPHERES 2' [Sonoton ,SCD 356, Munich 1999]
INHOUSE PRODUCTION MUS
2:45 Feature Album - 'The Principle of Moments' - the second solo album by former Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant, who played Wellington last night, and is at Vector Arena on Thursday night.
3:10 Virtual World - Dr Jules Older
3:30 Auckland story - David Steemson - A Samoan master carver is finishing his work on the last pole, one-of-five to be centre stage at a new South Auckland Pre School. Each has been uniquely carved with traditional designs of five Pacific Islands.
4:06 The Panel - Joe Bennett and Neil Miller are on The Panel today. The payroll breach at Novopay, the Arthur Allan Thomas speech about Bruce Hutton, good news for the economy, more on the future of jobs - where will they come from? Is bitcoin the new gold and should you be into that market?