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Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 21 July 2014


1:10   Best Song Ever Written - Janet Calder of Waikanae nominated 'My Funny Valentine' by  Whirimaiko Black.

1:20   New Zealand Retro:The Year:1989 - including what was, at the time, a great maritime mystery ..the fate of the Rose Noelle. Plus the first episode of Holmes .. the programme which changed the way current affairs is treated on New Zealand television.              

2:10 The Searchers Are Here - frontman, Frank Allen: Well it's not so long ago many New Zealanders were basking in memories of the one and only Beatles tour of New Zealand, 50 years ago this year. Now another famous Merseyside band of that era, who also toured this country in 1964, has returned to these shores - The Searchers, famous for hits such as Sweets for My Sweet, Needles and Pins and Sugar and Spice.

2:20 Busker Follows Music Dreams: Nick Ferretti: At the tender age of twelve, Nelson man Nick Ferretti, took his guitar and took to the streets to play his unique blend of music. Now the twenty-four year old has just recorded his second album.. 'Back to the Dust"... and is heading off to England in two weeks time to test the cobblestones there.

2:30  NZ Reading: Mick Rose reads 'Laura' - the first part of 'Telegraph Tales'  by J Edward Brown
'Celebrity Tune'  from  Hot Big Band Jazz. Carlin  CAS 024

2:45  Feature Album - 'Surf's Up' - Beach Boys (1971).

3:10  Feature Interview - Deborah Halber: DIY CSI - people who fancy themselves as a modern day Sherlock Holmes. They go online to solve real murder mysteries.  We talk with author, Deborah Halber about her new book: The Skeleton Crew: How Amateur Sleuths Are Solving America's Coldest Cases.
You can have a go at solving a case yourself on this link:

3:30  Asian Police in South Auckland - Lynda Chanwai-Earle:  Asian Police Officers on the beat in Manukau Counties: why it’s great to have multilingual cops on the streets of our most ethnically diverse region in the country. Constable Arora takes Lynda on his beat around Manukau District to show her the challenges and rewards that come with working with our fastest growing migrant population.

The link: Voices

3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Zara Potts