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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 3 June 2014

1:10   Best Song Ever Written: All The Way by Frank Sinatra, nominated by Pat Robins from Hawkes Bay

1:20   The Critics: Irene Gardiner, Vanda Symon,  Nick Atkinson and Ben Gracewood.

TV - Irene Gardiner
Topp Country - Sundays at 8pm on TV ONE
The Graham Norton Show - Fridays at 9.30pm on TV3
Books - Vanda Symon - "Wake" by Elizabeth Knox
Music - Nick Atkinson
ARTIST:    Soceress
TITLE:    Teacups                              
COMP:     Rachel Fraser
ALBUM:    Dose
ARTIST:    Marlon Williams, Delaney Davidson                        
TITLE:    I'm On Fire    
COMP:    Damien Jones
ALBUM:    Unreleased
LABEL:    RNZ (Akld)

Web - Ben Gracewood        
iOS8 has some very interesting changes, including a more Android-like configurability and a brand new programming language:
Several large sites are planning a "blackout" protest agains NSA surveillance:     

2:10  Historic Store - Sukhita Langford: If you've ever driven the road from Nelson to Collingwood.. chances are you've stopped for a cup of tea or a scone at the Langford store in Bainham.
The store has a nearly century old pedigree - and was originally a combination of general store.. post office and service station.
Sukhita Langford and her husband Will Hutchison took over the historic store six years ago and while they make a living from the shop.. the constant maintenance needed to keep the building in tip top shape is proving to be something of a headache. To that end.. Sukhita has started a crowd-funding campaign to help keep the Langford Store afloat.

2:20  Enzed Off Air - Andrew Strugnell: You want to market yourself, your company, and social media is where you want to do it. But ..there are so many online platforms these days, it might be difficult to know where to start.
Twenty four year old Andrew Strugnell wants to change that - he's set up his own youtube channel to showcase kiwi videomakers to the world.
Called Enzed Off Air - the dedicated kiwi channel highlights, every week, five or so kiwi individuals who are making interesting videos in a bid to gain overseas audiences and promote networking opportunities.

2:30  NZ Reading: The first of an eight part adaptation of, 'The Broken Book' published by Auckland University Press and adapted for radio by Carol Dee.  
Walking out of necessity and walking for pleasure. Fiona rediscovers the latter while on the Katherine Mansfield fellowship in Menton in the south of France.
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Documentary Odduty CHAP380 © Chappell Recorded Music Library Ltd Tk. 15 Inching Higher by Daniel Pemberton. Tk. 18 Desolate Reflection by Bob Holroyd.
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The Broken Book by Fiona Farrell Pub: Auckland University Press (14 Oct 2011) ISBN-978-1869405762

2:45  Feature Album -  I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got - Sinéad O'Connor (1990)
3:10 Feature Author: Gary L Stewart: Simon talks with author, Gary L Stewart who believes the Zodiac serial killer was his father. His new book is called 'The Most Dangerous Animal of All, searching for my Father and finding the Zodiac Killer'.
3:30 Kiwi Evolution - Veronika Meduna: Scientists have rewritten the evolutionary history of our iconic kiwi by using ancient DNA. Veronika Meduna goes to Te Papa to meet the research team and the kiwi's newly-found cousin, the mysterious flightless elephant bird from Madagaskar.

3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Jim Mora and Zara Potts.
The advantage of learning another language, even if you're old. The people putting butter in  their coffee now. The era of upright seats in planes may have begun, and we'll tell you the reason why. The huge parachute in the sky, and why, off Hawaii today. Being ignored is worse than being bullied, the announcement of a very stable soccer ball for the World Cup, and new research about dairy and breast cancer.