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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Friday 16 May 2014

1:10   Best Song Ever Written - Linh Doung from Wellington nominated 'Sometimes' by My Bloody Valentine.

Link:The Wellington Underground Film Festival

1:20   NZ Live -  Samuel Tom Flynn Scott and Luke Buda from The Phoenix Foundation in our Auckland studio.

2:10  The Italian Cheese Men: When Italian travellers, Matteo Bordini and Raffaello Sirri met by chance at a picnic in Nelson two years ago, they lamented about how much they missed traditional Italian cheese and joked about making their own.But what started out as a joke between two new friends has now become a reality

2:20  Our Guiding Culture - Sonia Sly
Were you ever a Girl Guide or Brownie and what kind of practical life skills did you learn?  Sonia Sly meets the Island Bay Rangers and discovers that 'Guiding' culture has changed from the days of crocheting doilies.

2:30  NZ Reading: The final instalment of 'Under the Influence' - poet Bill Manhire's essay recalling the days  when his father ran hotels in the deep south.
Dave Dobbyn: Song of the Years (Dobbyn /Baxter)  National Radio Music [ Universal 98422 ]
P.Lewis: Seaside Follies (Lewis) Impressions of  1900-1940  [ de Wolfe / DWMIL 005 ]
Andy Stewart: Farewell Whiskey (Stewart/Blue) [ Knight KGHCD 156 ]
BBC Singers: Crossing the Bar ( Ives/Tennyson)  [ Collins 14792]

2:45  Feature Album -  Fly Like an Eagle - Steve Miller Band  (1976)
3:10 Food, Wine and Movies
Food -  Jonny Schwass making donuts

Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson.

International Sauvignon Blanc Day!!!!
Wines aged underwater 'taste different'

Instant White Wine Chiller targets the impatient
Wine picks:
Trapiche Malbec 2013 - about $12.
Ara Pathway Pinot Noir 2012 $20
Ferraton Cotes du Rhone 2010 About $22.

Movie Reviews - Sarah McMullan.
Godzilla ****
Fading Gigolo  ***.5
In Search of Chopin   ***   
TV Picks:
Saturday night - TV3
8.30pm: Black Swan -
10.30pm: Another Earth

3:45 Bridget Mills today with What the World's Talking About: