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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 25 June 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Terry Barrington of Auckland nominated  'I Cried Last Night' by Charles Brown

1:20 Critical Mass

TV - Phil Wallington
Dynamo Magician Impossible TV One Tuesdays 7.30pm.

The Colorado Gorge Walk... Discovery Channel live on Monday.

DCI Banks... UK TV 8.30 Saturday and 8.30 Monday

Books - Cushla McKinney - The Ghost Riders of Ordebec, By Fred Vargas

Music - Nick Atkinson

ARTIST:    The Map Room     
TITLE:        Untitled    
COMP:    Bendon Morrow, Simon Gooding             
ALBUM:    Unreleased
LABEL:    RNZ  Recording

ARTIST:    The Map Room    

TITLE:        Pilot                                    
COMP:    Brendon Morrow, Simon Gooding     
ALBUM:    The Map Room

Web - Steve McCabe

What to do if you lose your smartphone.

2:10 The First Tennis Superstar - Ron Palenski - One writer in the UK is calling him, the forgotten great sportsman. Was New Zealand's Anthony Wilding the first tennis superstar. 100 years ago, Wilding won the last of four successive men's singles titles at Wimbledon  (between 1910 and 1913) Sports historian Ron Palenski talks with Jim Mora about Tony Wilding.

2:20  Angora Rabbits - Leonie Lamont - At Roselands farm in Waitomo, shearing is a serious business. And with a flock of over a hundred, Roseland's owner Leonie Lamont spends a lot of time with her clipper in hand. But shearing at Roseland's requires a particularly delicate touch. That's because it isn't sheep they're shearing, but an altogether smaller, and more nimble type of livestock. Rabbits. Purebred german angora rabbits,  to be precise.
Roselands is New Zealands last angora rabbitry.

2:30 Reading - Part 2 of Joe Bennett's reading from his book  'Hello Dubai'.
Joe takes his host's dog for a walk and learns about housing, wealth, poverty and censorship.
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Dubai by Steve Everitt, tk 22 ATMOS208 - Palm Island

2:45 Feature Album -  Double Fantasy - John Lennon and Yoko Ono (1980)

3:10 Tune Your Engine - Deadbeat Dads - Tim Nelson - Two Harvard sociologists are challenging the 'Deadbeat Dad' stereotype, the father deserting the mother of their children, leaving her to bear the burden of raising them alone. Kathryn Edin and Timothy J. Nelson have written 'Doing the Best I Can'.

3:30 In today's Asian Report; ever dreamed about life as a Ninja? Well now you can join a group and become one, so long as you can sing and dance. Lynda Chanwai-Earle is in Auckland to find out more.

4:06 On The Panel today are Jonathan Krebs and Tim Watkin. Parking wardens, their new technological array, and the increasing harrassment of them. More on the erosion of privacy, one of our most frequent discussions - the new app for instance that just sits dormant on your smart phone but when it needs to it can record the conversation you had with someone five minutes ago. Commuting makes you unhappy. What do we do with the drunken sailors? Famous Brazilian strikers on opposite sides of the World Cup hosting argument. And what enables Nick Wallenda to walk that tightrope - is he just braver than the rest of us or is it something else?