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with Jim Mora
Monday to Friday, 1pm - 5pm
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.
Movie Review: Bel Ani and Magic Mike.
3:33 Feature story
4:06 The Panel
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Richie Walter from Blenheim chooses this tune by John Hiatt. (7′26″)
Author Joanne Drayton on the search for Anne Perry. It is, without question, one of the most famous murder cases in New Zealand history. Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme bashed Pauline's mother to death with a half brick wrapped in a stocking on a walking path in Victoria park in Christchurch's Port Hills in 1954. Both served were convicted, spent more than 5 years in prison, and then disappeared from New Zealand. Then in 1996, another intriguing twist in the story: Juliet Hulme's new identity was revealed as crime writer Anne Perry, living in a remote village in Scotland. Ever since then, she has never spoken to a biographer in depth about her story, until now. (27′17″)
In the final programme of his short series about some Auckland Taniwha, David Steemson today heads to the wild, west coast of Auckland in the company of historian and orator Pita Turei. (8′41″)
The debut album by English indie rock band Arctic Monkeys. They are rumoured to be playing the London Olympics opening ceremony tomorrow morning. (1′47″)
Pastry Tips and a recipe for Creamy Apple Tart. (13′18″)
Cheap and Cheerful Cathedral Cove Hawke's Bay Red $9.99 (supermarkets) IMid Price Magic Wither Hills Marlborough Chardonnay 2011 $20 Treat Yourself Yalumba 'The Signature' Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz $55. (12′09″)
Sarah McMullan reviews the comedy /drama - Magic Mike - and Bel Ami, based on the 1885 French novel by Guy de Maupassant. (10′30″)
It may be as close as any of us come to Olympic glory... the New Zealand Olympic Committee is sending an 18 metrre long 28 tonne truck around the country with high tech interactive digital displays of some of our greatest Olympic moments. The Samsung Experience Truck also has onboard some Olympic memorabilia like the shoes Peter Snell wore to train for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and Valerie Adams' shotput. As the 2012 Olympic games open tomorrow morning, the Truck will be in Startford and then Hawera on Sunday. Helen Fullerton is the truck hostess and she's traveling the country with the Olympic experience. (4′09″)
Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel. (13′12″)
The CALLS GO ON for the Prime Minister to dump John Banks as a minister after a police investigation cleared him of electoral finance offences but found he personally solicited large donations he later declared as anonymous. An Auckland law professor makes the perfectly valid point that an inquest is a very different thing from a murder trial - and a Coroner's determination cannot decide guilt on a criminal charge. (30′33″)
The Cook Street Chorus sings your complaints, National Poetry Day sees poets - both fledgling and award-winning - take to the streets, cafes, auditoriums and class rooms all over the country to read, rap, dance and sing. National Poetry Day sees poets - both fledgling and award-winning - take to the streets, cafes, auditoriums and class rooms all over the country to read, rap, dance and sing. (20′27″)
Produced by Jimmy Stewart, Chris Reid and Susan Baldacci
Afternoons with Jim Mora is a programme based on the daring proposition that people are capable of thinking in the afternoon as well as in the morning. This show aims to banish post-prandial torpor with lots of audience interactivity.
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