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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 16 April 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Marcia Butterfield nominated Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen

1:20 Critical Mass

TV - Phil Wallington
Books - Graham Beattie -
West Coast Walking: a naturalists guide  -  Kerry-Jayne Wilson  (Canterbury University Press)
Music - Colin Morris
TITLE:        I Don't Want To Live Without Your Love
COMP:    Albert Hammond, Dianne Warren
ALBUM:    Legend 2  -  Track 21
LABEL:    Southbound / HVP 13292

 

ARTIST:     Eric Clapton (FEAT: Paul McCartney)

TITLE:        All of Me    
COMP:    Gerald Marks & Seymour Simons
ALBUM:    Old Sock  -  Track 6
LABEL:    UMG 3733098

Web - Ben Gracewood.

Don't Worry! the 12 steps of worrying...
Why does music feel so good?
Reasons my son is crying
 

2:10  Boston Blasts - Liz Hadfield - A night of chaos and confusion, following the explosions which rocked the city today. At least 3 people are  confirmed dead, and over 100 injured, many of them critically-after 2 bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston marathon, early this morning New Zealand time.
45 kiwis were among the 27,000 runners this year, including Christchurch woman Liz Hadfield, who was about 200 metres from the blasts when they happened.


2.20  David McArtney Tribute - David Gapes
Jim Mora talks to former Hello Sailor manager, David Gapes about the death of founding member David McArtney.

2:30 Reading - New Zealander George Spearing is  feeling the social effects of his decision to walk  the entire length of America.  He's suffered a falling-out with his girlfriend in an angry phone call from home. But on  the other side of things, George has passed  the highest point on the trail -  13,1998 feet Forrester Pass in the Sierra Nevada.  And as another tramper remarked: 'it's  down-hill all the way to Canada from there'.
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MUSIC DETAILS      
Geoff Bartley/Paul Lenart: 'Walkin' To Heaven' (Geoff Bartley/Paul Lenart) from the CD 'GUITARSPHERES 2'   [Sonoton ,SCD 356,  Munich 1999]  INHOUSE PRODUCTION MUS
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BOOK:
Dances With Marmots: A Pacific Trail Adventure by George G. Spearing  Pub: Magog Publishing ISBN-978-1411656185

2:45 Feature Album - Who Loves You - Four Seasons (1975)
The hit West End and Broadway musical, Jersey Boys looks set to be transformed into a movie with Clint Eastwood as director.

3:10 Professor James Goff- the History of Tsunamis  - Professor James Goff digs up evidence of past tsunamis in the Pacific region and talk about how they have changed cultures and changed history including Maori.

3:30 Asian Report - In today's Asian Report; controversial art challenging the taboos of Japanese culture. Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets a renowned Japanese video artist to talk about everything from Kamikaze pilots to what makes his mother cry.

4:06 Peter Elliott and Tony Doe are on The Panel today. We'll talk about the Boston bombs, so many NZers over there but no word yet of any of them injured in the explosions. The new powers of the GCSB. Interesting stats on our preoccupation, our engrossment with new media... have you noticed how cellphones appear in any spare moment now? Texting in cars, and should we make a distinction between texting and talking? And the new argument gaining currency that the internet isn't worth the trouble in its present form. It's making us personally vulnerable and society gravely vulnerable in so many ways, and all ungoverned