Friday 4 May 2012, with Jim Mora
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
1:15 NZ Music - Live
Audio of NZ Music Live can be found on our music web page.
2:10 Feature stories
2:45 Feature album
3:08 One Stop Shop
Fresh Fast Food, Weekend Wine, Weekend Weather, Movie Review and This Way of Life
3:33 Feature story
4:06 The Panel
Audio from Friday 4 May 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Best Song Ever Written - Loyal ( 7′ 34″ )
13:09 Anne-Marie Coury from Auckland has chosen 'Loyal' by Dave Dobbyn.
Fresh Fast Food with Jacob Brown ( 10′ 17″ )
14:07 Slow Cooked Oxtail with Ale.
Colin Hardie remembered ( 9′ 55″ )
14:10 Colin Hardie was the general manager of the Christchurch Star when he and his wife boarded an Air France Flight in Athens bound for Paris on June 27th 1976. Four terrorists hijacked the plane and it ended up in Entebbe Airport, Uganda. Israeli Commandos raided the airport, three hostages were killed, the rest were freed. Hardie kept a record of what was happening during the ordeal and wrote about it for the Star. He died this week at the age of 91. Archival audio provided by Radio New Zealand Sound Archives Nga Taonga Korero.
NZ Society - The Mutes from Mars ( 9′ 58″ )
14:20 Henderson band The Mutes from Mars get it together with a little help from their friends.
Wine with Yvonne Lorkin ( 13′ 10″ )
15:17 Conspiracy Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2011, Villa Maria Private Bin Hawke's Bay Arneis 2011 and Craggy Range Gimblett Gravels Syrah 2010.
Film Review with Sarah McMullan ( 9′ 24″ )
15:30 The romantic comedy, 'The Five Year Engagement' and the new Liam Neeson flick, 'The Grey'.
Martinborough Fair ( 6′ 56″ )
15:40 Organisers of what is believed to be the biggest country fair in Australasia are hoping the weather cooperates this time. The Rotary Club of South Wairarapa had to cancel the Martinbrough fair in March when a weather bomb dropped in, the first time that's happened in the fair's 35-year history. So they're having another go tomorrow.
The Panel Pre-Show for 4 May 2012 ( 12′ 07″ )
15:47 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
16:07 Topics - Crown lawyers acting for the United States knew before the seizure of Kim Dotcom's property and funds that they were using an unlawful court order. The National Party MP charged with "liasing" with John Banks and with fundraising assistance for his failed Auckland Supercity mayoral campaign, says he had no knowledge of the donations that have plunged Mr Banks into a political storm. The United Future leader, Peter Dunne, says a move to replace TVNZ7 with a channel repeating TV One programmes is a "disgusting insult".
16:37 Topics - Auckland's Cook Street Chorus and councillors in the North Island's tiny Matamata-Piako District admit their proposed toilet tax has gone down like a lead balloon.