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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 10 June 2014

1:10   Best Song Ever Written: Phill Clapham of South Canterbury nominated 'Take A Chance on Me' by Abba.

1:20   The Critics
TV - Phil Wallington
Books - Dr Cushla McKinney, PhD
Heartland:  by Jenny Pattrick.
Music - Colin Morris
ARTIST:    Luka Bloom    
TITLE:    Every Grain of Sand                          
COMP:     Bob Dylan
ALBUM:    Head & Heart    
LABEL:    Stem ST 1018

ARTIST:    Joe Bonnamassa & Beth Hart                
TITLE:    I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
COMP:    Al Kooper
ALBUM:    Beth Hart & Joe Bonnamassa Live in Amsterdam
LABEL:    JRA 51151

Web - Ele Ludemann  
30 Commonly Mispronounced Food Words (and How to Say Them Correctly)

Is it a star, a planet a . . . .  

Don't quote me but that quote you're using might not have been quoted by the quoted-one to whom it's attributed:                          

2:10  Circus Aotearoa - Paddy Gordon: Many people, at one time or another, have dreamed about running away to join the circus. And New Zealand just happens to be a pretty good place to do just that, if you're so inclined -because there are a number of schools throughout the country that teach young people the circus skills they need to join a troupe. But while circuses used to be big business.. that's not quite the case anymore.. there are only two permanent circuses in New Zealand now - Zirka and Circus Aotearoa.
Paddy Gordon is the co-owner of Circus Aotearoa, along with his brother Damien, and while he never actually dreamed of joining the circus as a youngster, he's well and truly immersed in the circus life now, having bought the big top seven years ago...

2:20 Clever Toys - Jacob and Mathew Dawson: Auckland brothers Mathew and Jacob Dawson are old hands at running their own business.. even though they are only eighteen and twenty respectively...
The two brothers set up their online business - Simply Clever Toys -when Matthew was just fourteen and Jacob - sixteen.

2:30  NZ Reading - Fiona Farrell with part six of 'The Broken Book': Jolted awake by the earthquake on the 4th of September 2010, Fiona and her community are relieved that they have survived.
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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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2:45  Feature Album -  What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits - Doobie Brothers (1974).

3:10  Feature interview - Shandra Woworuntu: Shandra Woworuntu, is an advocate against human trafficking .. she escaped her captors by jumping out of a brooklyn window when she became a victim 5 years ago.

3:30  Measuring Wind on Hilly Ground - Alison Ballance: A joint project by NIWA and OPUS Research is measuring how wind speeds up over rough terrain, with the aim of improving the building code - and Alison Ballance heads into the hills above the Hutt Valley to join NIWA's Mike Revell and Tony Bromley, who are having a hard time keeping their wind measuring equipment working.

3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Zara Potts with what the world's talking about: the World Cup and the music of it, what fasting diets are said to do for your immune system, China's complaints about the Vietnamese ramming their ships. There's been a lot of ramming going on.