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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 29 October 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - All Summer Long by Kid Rock, nominated by Ian Patton of Hamilton.

1:25 Critical Mass

TV - Irene Gardiner
Books - Vanda Symon
Music - Colin Morris
Web - Ben Gracewood

2:10 The School Leaver's Guide - Paul Dennison - Many practical things kids don't learn at school - or at home, in many cases - have been compiled into a book by a Timaru Boys' High School teacher. Concerned about some of the things his students didn't know, Paul Dennison has written a book entitled "A School Leaver's Guide to the Real World." It aims to teach young people how tough it is moving out of home and leaving the security of high school, and how they can help themselves to get by.

2:20  The Exposure Band - Danielle Watt - A couple of New Plymouth teenagers are in the process of patenting an invention believed to be a world first. And they've signed a contract for their product - called an "Exposure Band" - to be sold in the United States and Australia, as well as here in New Zealand. An "Exposure Band" looks like a wrist watch, and monitors the UV rays, changing colour when it's time for the wearer to reapply their sunblock.
One of the young entrepreneurs, 17-year-old Danielle Watt, who talks with Jim Mora.

2:30 Reading - Our adaptation of Rachael King's novel  'The Sound of Butterflies' continues at 2.30 with Sophie Edgar coming to realise more and more about what her husband did when he  went into the wilds of Brazil collecting butterflies. And it is changing her attitude towards the man she married.
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MUSIC DETAILS      
Medo by Reinaldo Ferreira/Alain Oulman. Tk 10 TSQ-CD-9047: Mariza 'transparente'.

2:45 Feature Album - 'To All The Girls' - Willie Nelson

3:10  New Zealand's most successful swimmer-  Sophie Pascoe,  winner of 10 Paraolympic medals, talks about the battles  she's fought in and out of the pool, and the legacy she would like to create for other disabled athletes. It's all in her new book-Stroke of Fate.

3:35 Por Por Cookbook - Lynda Chanwai-Earle - Lynda is in Ashburton to meet the author of a unique publication, Por Pors Cookbook. It's literally hot-off-the-press and contains a collection of recipes and stories from Chinese grandmothers across New Zealand.

4:06 On The Panel today are John Bishop and Catherine Robertson: The new push for diversity in the Labour party, the stoush on Auckland's wharf over another stoush on Auckland's wharf 100 years ago, the claimed failure already of Auckland's expensive Unitary Plan. The tremendous advantage of apologising, why won't the police get involved with erroneous wheel clamping and ticketing, a couple of questions about the swearing-in tonight of Len Brown and his council.