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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 13 November 2013

1:10 Best song ever written - Michael McIlhone of Woodend nominated 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' by Joy Division

1:25 Link 3 - the songs:

PAPERBACK WRITER - BEATLES
SATISFACTION - ROLLING STONES
GOOD VIBRATIONS - BEACH BOYS
GREEN TAMBOURINE - LEMON PIPERS
MR TAMBOURINE MAN - BYRDS
WONDERWALL - OASIS
YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELING - RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS
WE CAN WORK IT OUT - BEATLES
The answer: tambourines

2:10  JFK, the Dallas Trauma Nurse, and a 'Mystery Bullet' - Phyllis Hall was not assigned to the Emergency Room at Parklands Hospital in Dallas Texas  on November 22nd, 1963. She was chatting with a friend  when the secret service rushed in with President John F Kennedy, who had been shot just six minutes before in Dealey Plaza.   Phyllis Hall instantly became part of the team who tried desperately to save the President's life, as his wife, Jackie Kennedy looked on. For years, she did not talk about what she saw that day, but now she is sharing the story of what she witnessed 50 years ago. She says the bullet she saw in the President's body is not the one produced in evidence during the many investigations into the assisination of John F Kennedy.  Phylllis Hall talks with Jim Mora from Texas.

2:25 The Grocery Budget - Lyn Webster - 359 dollars a week. That's what it takes to feed an Auckland family of four with two teenagers according to the annual survey by Otago Unveristy's nutrition department. that's up nearly 100 dollars a week over the last decade.  Food is our biggest expense after putting a roof over our heads. But it doesn't have to be that painful according to Kaitaia dairy farmer Lyn Webster.  Six years ago, the family farm was struggling. Facing bankruptcy. she decided she needed to slash the food budget.  She's gone from spending hundreds a week to about $35 dollars a week.

2:30 Reading - It's a day of rebellion in today's reading from  'Heartland' our book by Neil Cross.  He finishes primary school,  and he makes firm decisions  about what he will and will not accept  socially, spiritually and academically. But there are some rejections that he cannot control, as you'll hear at half past two.
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MUSIC DETAILS      
Oldies But Goldies Membran 223003-321/F © 2005 Membran Music Ltd. Tk 4 Goodnight Irene by Ledbetter, Lomax. It's Madness 7243 8 46834 2 9 CDVIP 228 © Virgin Records Ltd.  Tk 12 Memories by Madness. Three Imaginary Boys - The Cure R2 78895 © 2004 Atlantic Recording Corp. Tk 6 Subway Song bySmith/Tolhurst/Dempsey.  Tk 4 Another Day bySmith/Tolhurst/Dempsey

2:45 Feature album - Rattle and Hum - U2

3:10 Virtual World - Hamish MacEwan

The links:
http://www.newser.com/story/177040/your-internet-freedoms-are-about-to-die.html
 
http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/Clifford-Nass-dies-raised-alarm-on-multitasking-4965802.php
 

http://www.zdnet.com/the-case-against-gmail-7000022571/?s_cid=e539&ttag=e539
 
http://internetganesha.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/talk-at-stepping-up-2013/

3:30 "Maia Wheel Black 1 " - David Steemson - A young disabled Auckland woman, badly burned as a child, is off to South Africa this week to play for the New Zealand Wheelblacks ruby team. She's the third woman ever to be selected for the team.
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4:06  Gary McCormick and Gordon Brown are on The Panel today - talking about the NCEA German exam, the problems with prostitutes in Christchurch, the problems with violent drunks in Auckland as rugby league player Billy Slater gets off a 2am episode in Manchester as well. The NZ Herald celebrates its 150th, congratulations to the Herald, we'll mention that too. And the new Auckland slogan - THE SHOW MUST GO ON.