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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 1 October 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Christine Toms nominated 'I'll Never Find Another You' by The Seekers

1:25 8 Months To Mars - We'll talk to our reviewers on Critical Mass - Irene Gardiner, Colin Morris, Graham Beattie and Ele Ludemann  with us today.

TV - Irene Gardiner
The Almighty Johnsons - TV3
Scandal  TV ONE  

Books - Graham Beattie
The Book -  Molesworth - stories from NZ's largest high country Station - Harry Broad & Rob Suisted - Craig Potton Publishing $69.99

Music - Colin Morris - LINDA THOMPSON & OVER THE RHINE

Artist: LINDA THOMPSON
TRACK 4: AS FAST AS MY FEET
DURATION: 3'52
COMPOSERS: ANNA McGARRIGLE & CHAIM TANNENBAUM
ALBUM: WON'T BE LONG NOW TOPIC TSCD 822 (VIA SOUTHBOUND)

ARTIST: OVER THE RHINE
TRACK: 4: IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
DURATION: 4' 30"
COMPOSER: ROBERTSON
ALBUM: MEET ME AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD; GREAT SPECKLED DOG LABEL (DISTRIBUTED BY SOUTHBOUND NZ)GSD 106

Web - Ele Ludemann - here's a link to test your own face recognition skills:

https://hiddentalent.channel4.com/c4/tests/recognizer/start>      

2:10  The Hip Hop Teacher - Du-jon Cullingford
And hip hop music is finding a place on the cirriculum in Hamilton thanks to a young teacher who's already danced his way around the world.
Du-jon Cullingford is one of our champion break-dancers, he's performed and competed in competitions everywhere from Australia to the USA and South East Asia,  and as far afield as Mozambique. Now he's back home in Hamilton, and teaching his students  not only break-dancing, but his core values of  "fun, family, and funk"

2:20  Mr Golds - Jane Murray - In New Plymouth, the Murray family have an unexpected house guest.
He's quite low-maintenence; they don't have to feed him and he doesn't take up much room. He is valuable however. A collectors item,  in fact. He's Mr Gold Lego. Gold from the tip of his top hat to the soles of his shoes.
There's only 5,000 Mr Golds in the world right now, and they're fetching a good price on e-bay, so the Murrays have to decide what to do with their one.

2:30 Reading - Gerard Hindmarsh learns about the power of the old boys network as he faces the planning process  in today's instalment of his  memoir, recalling days when he became an alternative lifestyler.
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MUSIC DETAILS      
Generations of Love CD1 Happy Together BX 995532 © Castle Music Ltd. Tk 10
Small Faces: Lazy Sunday by Marriot/Lane.
Natures Best: New Zealand's Top 30 Songs of All-Time 5054952000 © 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Tk 1. Nature by Wayne Mason

2:45 Feature Album - Straight Up - Badfinger (1971)

3:10 Feature interview - Science and Health editor for Slate.com Laura Helmuth
Fly screens, cotton, those dots on the highway that make you stay in your lane .... we'll talk to the Health Editor of Slate.com about some of the underappreciated people, innovations, and ideas that have not only assisted us through life but kept us alive.

3:30 Asian Report - Lynda Chanwai-Earle - Refugee resettlement is a process that children and youth experience too. Sometimes overlooked, there is a recent service set up specifically to help refugee youth. Lynda is in Auckland meeting the team behind RYAN, the "Refugee Youth Action Network".

4:06 David Slack and Andrew Clay are on The Panel - What will children's ID numbers be used for? Auckland's mayoral candidates decide to support a living wage as we ask why wages are so high in civic utilities like Watercare. Do you need to pay the CEO of a utility nearly 800,000 dollars a year? More questions - why would the European Union have 44 diplomats in Barbados? How do we get around the problem of simply not knowing who we're voting for in local body elections? And the teachers toolkit for dealing with unruly young people - how good are the tools?