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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 29 November 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - George Baloghy of Auckland nominated 'Eleanor Rigby' by the Beatles

1:25 NZ Live with New Zealand's queen of country, Patsy Riggir.

2:10 Helping the Island of Cebu post Typhoon - Robert Greville - A Kiwi who runs a business on the island of Cebu in the Philippines, and is flat tack trying to help his employees and their families back on their feet.

2:20 The Tigermoth Duo and Hawkes Bay's Antique Aircraft Dawn Raid - Lynda Chanwai-Earle joins aviators, Jan and Gerry Chisum in the open-cockpit of their Tiger Moth. They fly across Hawkes Bay at sunrise with over a hundred other antique aircraft during the festive 'Dawn Raid' over Bridge Pa.

2:30 Reading - Eleanor Meecham struggles with the thin-air as she heads for Salar de Uyuni salt flats and the highest city in the world in the final episode of her book, Llamas and Empanadas recounting her 5,000 kilometre bicycle journey in the wilds of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.
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La Ley y la Trampa by Silvia Mujica, sung by Chaqueno Papaveccino, tk 1 CDE 80.302

2:45 Feature album - Speak Now - Swift (2010)

3:08 One Stop Shop - A new guest talking about food today - cook and restaurateur, Margot de Cotesworth has just released her first book which uses just 5 ingredients with each recipe. Yvonne Lorkin will be selecting the wine. Sarah McMullan reviews the documentary '20 Feet From Stardom' about backup singers, and the British action comedy, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.

Yvonne's wine selections:

The food match - the Lindauer Rose Brut NV

Cheap and Cheerful
Old Coach Road Nelson Chardonnay 2011 $10 - $15

Mid Price Magic
Spice Trail Mild NV $18

Treat Yourself
Pyramid Valley Growers Collection Howell HB Cabernet Franc 2011 $52

3:40 The NZ Ukulele Festival - James Hill - Marketed as "the happiest day on Auckland's events calendar, with smiles guaranteed", the New Zealand Ukulele Festival is being held tomorrow, at the Trusts Arena at Henderson, in Auckland. It's the biggest ukulele festival in the world, and includes a performance by the world's largest ukulele orchestra, which is made up of three-thousand young musicians.  The headline act is James Hill - who's described as one of the world's greatest ukulele players.

4:06 Christchurch city councillor, Ali Jones with Porirua GP Sapna Samant are on The Panel today. The regional mayors calling for regional development lest the hinterland founder; our tourism people calling for NZers to be tourists, especially in our national parks lest we lose those parks. And chats about money. First of all the counterfeit variety floating around Auckland today, what we spend money on in our households now compared with our spending in the past - in other words what costs more and less. The huge amount of it it took to buy the Hotchin house in Auckland; could we even have imagined a house on a section being worth 30 or 40 million dollars ten years ago? The fact that more and more people are short of dosh, but Boris Johnson the mayor of London says that's the order of things, a lot of people are just not intelligent. And the women making money in NZ - where are they?