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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 19 May 2014

1:10  Best Song Ever Written - Peter Maclean of Hawkes Bay nominated 'The Revelator' by Gillian Welsh

1:20  Our Monday Retrospective: Guests: Sir Patrick Hogan and Keith Quinn       

2:10  The Conducter - Tecwyn Evans: One of our most distinguished conducters is back in New Zealand for a brief visit - where he will be teaching master classes and conducting a concert with the Southern Symphonia.

2:20  From Adelaide to Brisbane on Bikes - Del Henley: Conventional wisdom would suggest that retirement is a time for putting your feet up and practising the art of relaxation. Not so for retired Auckland couple Del and Cindy Henley. The seventy-three year olds are one month into a cycling trip that will take them from Adelaide to Brisbane.. cycling thousands of kilometres up the Australian East Coast.The pair has proven form - having already conquered the Nullabor Plains in a cycle tour that took them forty-three days from Adelaide to Perth.

2:30  NZ Reading: The first of eight programmes adapted from the book 'Crete 1941 Eyewitnessed'  by Costas Hadjipateras and Maria Fafalios.
Senorees Apotin Kopsi (Greek National Anthem) by N.Mantzarus Arr: E.Banks [Studio-G G-CD-07]  Dur: 0:44

2:45  Feature Album - Manifesto - Roxy Music (1979)

3:10  Gutter Black: A Memoir.' - Graham Brazier: Founding member of pioneering New Zealand rock band Hello Sailor, Graham Brazier talks to Simon Mercep  about 'Gutter Black: A memoir.'
It's the book written by his friend and fellow 'sailor',  Dave McArtney just before he died last year. It chronicles the stories that have become part of music mythology in New Zealand... the fame.. the drugs ... the siege on the US market and the eventual return of the 70's rockers.

3:30  The Play, Lantern - Lynda Chanwai-Earle: Maori versus Chinese, Chinese versus Samoan, youth suicide, parental expectations and dairies run by Indians; just some of the diverse topics in a high energy theatre production with a very provocative title on a major tour to secondary schools across the country. Lynda Chanwai-Earle heads to Saint Patricks College in Upper Hutt to see what the students think.

3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Zara Potts today, with what the world's talking about. Turning light into matter. That's a cerebral start. The amazing lung cancer breakthrough. The sheep dying in Australia through head banging. The man sueing New York for the largest amount in history, in fact for more money than is in the world, two undecillion dollars. It's a real amount. The world's favourite airports, socks with sandals are back! (story of the day). No more than one glass of OJ a day please, and breeding pigs to taste like scotch.