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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 28 March 2014

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Rachael Fitzjohn of Wellington nominated 'Here Comes Your Man' by The Pixies.

1:25 NZ Live -  NZ Live with Auckland indie band, Clap Clap Riot.     

2:10  Life Changing African Safari - Andrea Crompton
A love of animals drew Andrea Crompton and her husband to Africa - and that love coupled with a passion for conservation prompted the pair to raise money for endangered species in a most unique way.
Upon returning home to Auckland, the couple set about designing a Safari board game - the profits of which goes toward protecting the critically endangered Rhino in Makalali.

2:20 Y Fronts - Amelia Nurse -  Amelia Nurse looks back on the history of men's underwear in NZ, especially the introduction of Jockey y-fronts in 1940.
Participants: George Gibbs, Angela Lassig

The link:NZ Society

2:30 Reading - Today we have the concluding scenes of Archibald Baxter's autobiography - as he journeys home from the European battlefields of the first world war. Throughout the ordeal, Baxter  retained his resolve as a conscientious objector - but the Army and other authorities have not given in.  And with the danger of the war itself fading away, they're  controlling his life in a way that can continue into peace-time.

2:45 Feature Album - 'The Sensual World' - Kate Bush (1989)   

3:08 One Stop Shop -

Fresh Fast Food - Julie Biuso - Upside-down Gingerbread Cake with Pears

Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson

Wine picks:
Te Mata Gamay Noir 2013 $18
Te Whare Ra Pinot Gris 2013 $25
Vavasour Chardonnay 2012 $25

Movie Reviews - Sarah McMullan
The Raid 2: Berandal           ****
2hr 31mins; R18: Graphic violence & Offensive language
*Indonesian with English subtitles*
 
Noah                                     ***.5
2hr 18mins; M: Violence
 
The Great Beauty                    ****
2hr 22mins; M: Contains Nudity
*Italian with English subtitles*
 
Mr Peabody & Sherman 3D  ***.5
1hr 37mins; PG:
 
TV Pick:
Through the Lens
Maori Television - 8.30pm TONIGHT
10th birthday celebration of Maori TV

3:40 The Maadi Cup - Dudley Storey: Thousands of high school students and their families have descended on Lake Ruataniwha  near Twizel this week for the Secondary School rowing championships
This year's Maadi Cup is the biggest in the regatta's 67 year history,  with 125 schools competing.
The finals are taking place today and tomorrow. Former olympic gold medalist Dudley Storey has been going to the regatta since 1955.

4:06  Duncan Webb and Julia Hartley Moore are on The Panel and on the agenda today the report on the economic benefit of the Americas Cup to us, the evident benefit apparently of the Hobbit, is the Auckland mayor vacillating over money needed by the Auckland Rescue Helicopter. We'll play you the sound of a viola expected to fetch 45 million dollars at auction and ask what instrument you would want to hear if there were only one instrument... your suggestions welcome...What else? University cheats, can the Government possibly build the new homes it's promising, and is it okay for a church to make claims for its holy oil?