Friday 22 June 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 story
2:20 New Zealand Society
Amelia Nurse tells us a story about significant eras in New Zealand restaurant history.
2:45 Feature album
3:08 One Stop Shop
Fresh Fast Food, Weekend Wine, Weekend Weather, Movie Review and This Way of Life
3:40 Feature story
Few suffer for their art like the wildlife photographers. National Geographic Wildlife photographer Jasons Edwards has been chased by lions, insects have burrowed behind his eyes and he even suffered from a virus that wiped out a year of memories from his mind. He's just released a photo making a splash – the world's first image of humpback whales mating. His work is included in a exhibition of some of the world's best wildlife photography that opens today at Auckland Museum. The photos are from the Wildlife photographer of the year competition.
4:06 The Panel
Audio from Friday 22 June 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Best Song Ever Written - Calypso ( 8′ 07″ )
13:10 Sarah Wilkin of Palmerston North nominates Calypso by Suzanne Vega.
Cave Creek Survivor ( 11′ 36″ )
14:10 In April 1995, Stephen Hannen was one of 18 people standing on the Cave Creek viewing platform that gave way, and saw them plunge 30 metres into a chasm on the West Coast. 14 people died. Stephen, who was 19 years old, was paralysed and spent a year at Burwood Hospital in Christchurch. Now Stephen's a mentor with Big Brothers, Big Sisters.
Fresh Fast Food with Geoff Scott ( 7′ 15″ )
15:08 Geoff Scott's Spotted Dick Pudding.
Weekend Wine with Belinda Jackson ( 7′ 34″ )
15:17 Bourgeois Le Petit Bourgeois 09 $22, Pegasus Bay Sauvignon Semillon '10 $28 and Astrolabe Sauvignon Blanc Taihoa .10 $32.
Movie Review with Sarah McMullan ( 12′ 42″ )
15:27 Sarah reviews Snow White & the Huntsman.
Wildlife photography ( 9′ 28″ )
15:38 National Geographic Wildlife photographer Jason Edwards has been chased by lions, insects have burrowed behind his eyes. And he even suffered from a virus that wiped out a year of memories from his mind. He's just released a photo making a splash, the world's first image of humpback whales mating.
The Panel Pre-Show for 22 June 2012 ( 14′ 00″ )
15:45 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
16:08 Topic 1 - The chief executive of the Accident Compensation Corporation has defended a performance pay system that rewards staff for getting claimants off its books. Topic 2 - Has New Zealand "fallen off the global radar" as a tourism destination?
16:32 Topic 1 - The famous scrum-time catch-cry of referee's worldwide, crouch, touch, pause, engage, could soon be a thing of the past. Topic 2 - The Nobel laureate economist Paul Krugman has again repeated his assertion that the United States could benefit economically if the government began pouring money into preparation for an alien invasion of Earth.