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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 21 May 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Graeme Bridge nominated Autumn Leaves
by Miles Davis.

1:20 Critical Mass 

TV - Sarah McMullan

Harry - TV3 - Weds - 9.30

Steve & Ben - World Famous in…TV3 - Fridays - 9.30

Books - Nicky Pellegrino

The Golden Boy - written by twenty-five-year-old rising star Abigail Tarttelin.

Music - Nick Atkinson

Morphic Resonance - Salon Kingsadore  
ARTIST:    Salon Kingsadore          
TITLE:        Morphic Resonance          
COMP:    Salon Kingsadore
ALBUM:    Anti-Borneo Magic
LABEL:    Serang bang Records

Multiple Lives - Tono

ARTIST:    Anthony Tonnon
TITLE:        Multiple Lives
COMP:    Anthony Tonnon
DUR:         3' 54"
ALBUM:    Unreleased
LABEL:    RNZ Auckland

2:10 War Time Gold - Alfred Sasako - There's a huge cache of war-time gold lying at the bottom of the Pacific, and the race  is on to find it. That's according to one journalist in the Solomon Islands. Alfred Sasako is a journalist, and former government Press Secretary based in Honiara. For the last few months, he's been chasing a story about a legendary trove of japanese gold, still lying on board a sunken ship just past the island of Santa Isabel, in a spot long known as 'The Slot.' The gold is now the subject of a furious hunt by two rival groups of treasure hunters, says Alfred Sasako..

2:30 Reading - "Jumping Ship" is an essay based on Glenn Colquhoun's time living in the small community of Te Tii in the Bay of Islands.  He went there 'to learn how to engage' with Maori, and there he met Aunty Rongo, an old woman with a deteriorating hip. As Aunty Rongo's mobility decreased, he recalls, so Glen's mobility increased.
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MUSIC DETAILS      
Hanah & Dave Tatana: 'RIMU RIMU Tk.22 on the CD Traditional Music Of The Maori:  [Viking VPS 489]
The King's Heralds: 'ONLY A BOY NAMED DAVID' (trad.)  [Chapel LP-7001]
Dennis Marsh: 'THE BRIDGE' (N Rosso/ G Tait)  tk 7  on the CD Out of New Zealand [RJCD]

2:45 Our Feature Album is 'A' by Abba singer, Agnetha Fältskog's - just out - and her first album of original material in over 25 years, and first album in almost ten.

3:10 Tune Your Engine - Peter And Me - Helen Ritchie
Wellington City Councillor,  Helen Ritchie shares her story about caring for her terminally ill husband and the failings she found with the health system. She's calling for a Royal Commission of enquiry to investigate possible solutions, and there's a book, Peter and Me: When a love story becomes a carer's anguish.

helene.ritchie@wcc.govt.nz

3:35 Asian Report - Lynda Chanwai-Earle 
In today's Asian Report;  Two thousand versions of the colour red … He trekked for 6 months across the breadth of China capturing it's diversity through his lens. Lynda meets travel photographer Brodie Quinn.

4:07 Graham Bell and Islay McLeod are on The Panel today. Is the Chinese ship in port in Auckland a navy ship or not? Should ParIiament accommodate mothers better? How to look really cool with your smartphone - it's not the type of phone that's important, it's the condition it's in. Should they allow cats into NZ's most prestigious apartment building? And the Rolf Harris saga. He's started concerts again as Madam Tussaud's considers whether to take his waxwork likeness out of the display case, but we question again the process involved in his arrest.