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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 22 January 2014

1:10   Best Song Ever Written - Radio Free Europe by REM.  

1:20   Link 3

ARTIST:    The Velvet Underground
TITLE:        I'm Waiting For The Man
COMP:    Lou Reed
ALBUM:    The Velvet Underground Gold  
LABEL:    Polydor 988060

ARTIST:    Mott The Hoople
TITLE:        All The Young Dudes
COMP:    David Bowie    
ALBUM:    Greatest Hits  
LABEL:    Columbia 434 368

ARTIST:    Steppenwolf
TITLE:        Born To Be Wild
COMP:    Mars Bonfire
ALBUM:    The Steppehwolf Collection
LABEL:    Spectrum 113010

ARTIST:    Supertramp
TITLE:        Take The Long Way Home
COMP:    Roger Hodgson
ALBUM:    Breakfast In America  
 LABEL:    A&M 213708

ARTIST:    Genesis
TITLE:        Follow You, Follow Me
COMP:    Phil Collins, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford
ALBUM:    And Then There Were Three
LABEL:    Atlantic 119173

ARTIST:    Cold Play
TITLE:        Clocks
COMP:    Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, Will Champion
ALBUM:    A Rush of Blood To The Head  
LABEL:    Parlophone 540504

ARTIST:    Bachman Turner Overdrive
TITLE:        Taking Care of Business
COMP:    Randy Bachman
ALBUM:    BYO's Greatest  
LABEL:    Mercury  830039

The answer:All the bands were named after books

2:10 Titanic Mystery Solved - Professor Tracy Oost
One of the last great mysteries of the Titanic has been solved at last. It's the story of two year old, Lorraine Allison,  the daughter of a Canadian entrepreneur  who was on the Titanic  with her family when the luxury liner went down.  
At the time she was believed to be the only child from First or Second class who with went down with the ship. But in 1940  a woman called  Helen Kramer claimed to be Lorraine Allison and heir to the Allison fortune. But now DNA testing, as part of something called the Loraine Allison Identification Project, has shown the story to be a hoax.. a hoax that caused untold misery for the Allison family over the years.  
The Project is led by Professor Tracy Oost, a forensic scientist in Canada.

2:20  The Record Attempt - Mike Lindsay - For five years four Merino sheep evaded capture from Mike Lindsay's Station on Omahau Hill in Twizel.  Finally... last year... their years on the land ended when they strayed closer to the property fenceline and within easy reach of Lindsay and his dogs. One more year, and they would have been out as long as Shrek the famous sheep who avoided muster for 6 years. Now it's time for a haircut, the first in half a decade. Lindsay is hoping the fleece will set a new Guiness world Record. He's assembling a team of officals under accordance with the Record book rules on Saturday for the shearing.

2:30  NZ Reading - Denise O'Connell with her reading of  'Under the Huang Jiao Tree'  by Jane Carswell.

2:45  Feature Album -  Random Access Memories - Daft Punk (2013)
3:10  Virtual World - Hamish MacEwan
3:30  Need A Job - David Steemson - People who have to use a small South Auckland food bank to survive, hope the improving economy will produce jobs for them this year. More from David Steemson.
Link: Mercy Missions Charitable trust: Home
3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Susan Baldacci

4:06  Michelle Boag and Brian Edwards on The Panel. Aside from jobs Len Brown contemplates a long future as Auckland mayor. John Key faces election year. How dangerous are our non-stick frypans? Why no women in the front row of the big powhiri today? How useful are recruitment agencies?