Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 23 July 2013
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Nigel Roberts of Wilton has nominated 'Exsultate, jubilate' by Mozart,
sung by Kiri te Kanawa with the London Symphony Orchestra
1:20 Critical Mass -
TV - Sarah McMullan
Books - Vanda Symon - Cross Fingers - Paddy Richardson
Music - Nick Atkinson
ARTIST: Unknown Mortal Orchestra
TITLE: From The Sun
COMP: Ruban Nielson
ALBUM: Unknown Mortal Orchestra II - Track 1
LABEL: Jagjaghwar - CD Pro
COMP: Buzz Moller, Mac MacGaskill, Danny Manetto
ALBUM: Now I Am Me - Track 1
LABEL: Antenna 845 497
Web - Ben Gracewood
2:10 The Mt Tutoko Climb - Guy McKinnon
Imagine spending an evening up the top of a remote mountain in Fiordland overlooking the Tasman sea that's shimmering like a plate of silver, and having the deep green bush below you, enjoying a view not many have enjoyed before. Canterbury based climber Guy McKinnon did just that when he reached the top of Mt Tutoko, Fiordland's highest peak, a couple of weeks ago. He is the first solo climber to climb up the west face of the mountain and he celebrated his feat by camping out the night 100 metres from the summit.
2:20 NZ Toys History - Dave Veart - Historian and author Dave Veart is writing a history of toys in New Zealand, and needs your help.
2:30 Reading - Shonagh Koea with part two of her own book, 'The Kindness of Strangers'
In these moving vignettes, writer Shonagh Koea recalls her life, looking back on a range of roles including daughter, wife, mother, journalist and novelist, with a few favourite recipes along the way.
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Courante: JS Bach Suite No 1 in G for solo cello, BWV1007, Jacqueline du Pre. Tk 7 Testament SBT 1388
2:45 Feature Album - Honky Château - Elton John (1972)
3:10 Tune Your Engine - Bryant Walker Smith, a fellow at Stanford, at both the Center for Automotive Research and the Center for Internet and Society, looks at developments in driverless car technology.
3:30 In today's Asian Report; Imagine a childhood growing up with bodgies, widgies, gambling and opium dens? Lynda Chanwai-Earle gets a personalised tour around the darker side of the last vestiges of Auckland's China town of the 1950's.
4:06 Garry Moore and Sally Wenley are on The Panel with us today. The royal baby, the X-Factor, which of course the royal boy has, the problems with tighter and tight packaging, the rights of smokers to light up. That's more or less the topic list today, along with discussions around Kate's and William's son and what the birth means.