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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 9 May 2014

1.10  Best Song Ever Written - Paul Marshall of Timaru nominated 'Hurt' by Johnny Cash

1:20   Auckland tenor, Geoff Sewell on New Zealand Live
         
2:10  New Zealand's War Horses - Stuart Stubbs: A statue to honour war horses is being pushed for in the Waikato. More than 24,000 horses left New Zealand to serve in World War One, but only 4 came back.
Stuart Stubb's father - Major Nelson Stubbs - was a cavalry man who rode a horse in the last ever cavalry charge in history.

2:20  Supertasters - Amelia Nurse: If you think you taste things differently, there's a chance you could be right. Approximately one quarter of all people are supertasters. You can find out more in our feature today with Amelia Nurse.
 
2:30  NZ Reading  - Brian Turner reads the final episode of  'Into the Wider World'.
MUSIC DETAILS      
CD - UBM 1178, Improvisationalen fur Klavier, Tracks 5 and 7, Sebeliusiana, Comp and perf by Maximilian Kock

2:45  Feature Album -  Mirage - Fleetwood Mac  (1982)
                  
3:08  One Stop Shop: Ideas for your weekend with a recipe from Allyson Gofton, who's returned from her year long adventure in France. Pork Braised in White Wine and Garlic. Sarah McMullan reviews a french film, 'On My Way' and the U.S. comedies, 'Chef' and 'Bad Neighbours', and Yvonne Lorkin recommends the wine.

Wine Selections: Yvonne Lorkin
Wyndham Estate Bin 888 Cabernet Merlot $10-$12
Aronui Nelson Chardonnay 2013 $20
Penfold's RWT Barossa Shiraz 2011 $199

3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Melanie Phipps

4:06 On The Panel today are Julia Hartley-Moore and Lisa Scott. Loan-to-value ratios when buying houses,  and the week's shenanigans in the house. The meaning of Mother's Day, what it means for the world when you grow wheat instead of growing rice, or choose kiwifruit over cattle. Interesting research. and little topics as time permits.