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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 3 September 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - 'Sometime Around Midnight' - The Airborne Toxic event - nominated by Max Annabell of Waipukura.  

1:20 Critical Mass

TV - Sarah McMullan
The Block 2013
TV3 - Monday, Tuesday & Wednesdays @ 7.30pm

Mitre 10 Dream Home
TV2 - Tues @ 7.30pm

Books - Graham Beattie - We talk about ace Aussie crime fiction writer Peter Corris, first published way back in the early 80's and now with nearly 40 novels all featuring private detective Cliff Hardy.

Music - Nick Atkinson
Tom Rodwell, a true journey man musician who plies his trade up and down the country. (both songs)

Web - Ele Ludemann

Ele's links:
http://folk.uio.no/alied/TMoL.html

http://whatshouldieatforbreakfasttoday.com/

2:10 The Road Transport Pioneer - George Wallis - George Wallis' father could never understand why his son wanted to be a truck driver. Far better to sit in your office, he told George, and let someone else drive your trucks around for you. But George dreamed of being on the road, and he persisted in that dream, as young men do.
He bought his first runabout in 1957, and his first big rig in 1959. Fast forward a few years later, and George Wallis of Wanaka has been recognised as one of our great road-transport pioneers.
He was inducted into the NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame last week.

Warbirds and Wheels link

2.20 Bomber Command -  Beatrice Boyce  - Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology has started a new project, celebrating  New Zealanders' contribution to Bomber Command.
Bomber Command, as we know, was the RAF's offensive during World War II, devoted to disrupting the enemy war effort and weakening the morale of the Germans. The Bomber Command Project will honour all the kiwis who took part in it, by recording their names and stories. Beatrice Boyce is certainly someone who made her Bomber Command contribution. She spent 3 years at a factory near Manchester, during World War II,  making Lancaster Bombers.

Bomber Command link

2:30 Reading - Ian Johnstone reads Episode 7 of 'Dance of the Peacocks, by James McNeish '.   

Tk 1. Pick Yourself Up - Lew Stone and his Orchestra.  BBC CD 824:  Pennies From Heaven II.  
BBC Enterprises/Polygram 1990.
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INTERACTIVE:      
BOOK:  Dance of the Peacocks by James McNeish Pub: Random House (1 Aug  1994) ISBN-978-0908877072

2:45 Feature Album - Every Picture Tells a Story -  Rod Stewart  (1971)

3:10 Tune Your Engine -  Broadcaster, Jay-Jay Feeney is our guest. She has a memoir out called 'Misconception: A true story of life, love and infertility', lived out in that rollercoaster existence firmly in the public gaze

3:30 Asian Report -  "Islam Awareness Week" - Lynda Chanwai-Earle - In today's Asian Report;  our Muslim youth are keen to break down negative stereotypes about their way of life and faith with the public. Lynda Chanwai-Earle is in Wellington for the launch of Islam Awareness Week to find out more.

4:06 Mai Chen and Steve McCabe are on The Panel after 4 today: Pike River, going in after the bodies of the 29. What use are referenda if no notice is taken of them? Is it morally reprehensible to send your child to a private school? What are the best automobiles ever made? Curious findings here.