Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 30 April 2014
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Mike Dickens of Wellington nominated 'Midnight Rambler' by The Rolling Stones
1:20 Link 3 - the answer: All three songs quote from Shakespeare.
2:10 Cogo Web App: At only 21 years old Hannah Faesenkloet has already designed a range of technological innovations - from clothing to help the hearing impaired to an app that helps you forage around Wellington. Now, with three others, she's started her own company, Cogo which is developing a tool to help companies better utilise the knowledge and skills of employees.
2:20 The Port Arthur Massacre - Paul Shuster of BBC Witness: In April 1996, lone gunman Martin Bryant killed 35 people in the Australian town of Port Arthur. The deaths shocked the nation and resulted in major changes to the country's gun laws. Hear from John and Gaye Fidler, who survived the massacre, but lost three friends.
2:30 NZ Reading - Episode 3 of Into the Wider World. Brian Turner, award winning poet, relates tales of fishing, friendship and foolhardy trips into the wilderness of the South Island . . . all seasoned with disarmingly honest commentary on his fellow man and the way we treat one another and our world.
CD - UBM 1178, Improvisationalen fur Klavier, Tracks 5 and 7, Sebeliusiana, Comp and perf by Maximilian Kock
2:45 Feature Album - Tapestry -Carole King
3:10 Virtual World - Hamish MacEwan
3:30 Gannets Rotoroa - David Steemson: Radio New Zealand's recording expertise is being used to attract Gannets to set up a new colony on Rotoroa Island in the Hauraki Gulf. More from David Steemson at half past three.
3:45 Panel Pre-Show - Chris Gilbert
4:06 The Panel - Dita de Boni and David Farrar: More on Labour's Kiwisaver plan, the cross going from the Wellington logo, a call from Bear Grylls for a return to masculinity - what does that mean? Is our firearms ownership law silly? Will children get enough exercise as people shift into apartments? A sequel to our story yesterday about the elderly people in south Auckland being burgled and no CCTV solution for them, the famous journalist, Robert Fisk has something to say about the big Gallipoli commemoration next year, and our attendance at it. Should the salaries be revealed of people who work for charities?