Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Wednesday 22 October 2014
1:10 Best song ever written. 'Raven' by the Alan Parsons Project. Chosen by Geraldine Homes from Douglas, Taranaki.
1:20 Music Trivia game
2:10 Marlon Williams
In his hometown he's known as the Prince of Lyttelton. It's a reference to his boyish good-looks and outstanding vocal ability. He's Marlon Williams, and the Alt-Country singer has just been named in a Billboard article 14 New Zealand Acts You Need To Know About – in fact his name was first on the Billboard list.
2:20 Kiwipole Cow - Derek Fairweather
There's a new cow on the block and it's one that has been bred to be heat tolerant. The breed is called Kiwipole and it's been developed by Waikato company Dairy Solutionz. The idea is that the cow would produce more milk in a hot climate. Dairy Solutionz chief executive, Derek Fairweather, speaks with Simon about the new breed.
2:30 NZ Reading. Episode three of 'Shaping Up' - Elspeth Sandy's (Sands) light hearted drama looking at life in a women's gym.
2:45 Feature album. City to City - Gerry Rafferty (1978).
3:10 Online with Hamish MacEwan.
Google announces changes to try and fight online piracy..
Apple Built A SIM Card That Lets You Switch Between AT&T, Sprint, And T-Mobile
How HBO, CBS Seek Upper Hand in Pay-TV Deals with OTT Moves
Yes, Uber Drivers Are Rating You. Welcome to the Future of Reviews.
At last, scientists create a real hoverboard
3:30 Survey the Gulf - David Steemson. It's been a first for the Hauraki Gulf. And the year-long aerial survey of marine life there is almost complete. Scientists from Auckland University have flown nine-thousand nautical miles doing the job.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show with Zara Potts, Jim Mora, Ellen Read and Scott Yorke.