Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 5 February 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written -Lloyd Jerome of Ohaeawai nominated Wild is the Wind by David Bowie

1:15 Critical Mass -

TV review - Sarah McMullan

Books - Cushla McKinney
"Wool"  by  Hugh Howey  
Mages' Blood by David Hair (NZ author)

Music - Nick Atkinson
TITLE:     Ca Va Bien Merci
ARTIST:   Andrew Keoghan
COMP:    Andrew Keoghan
LABEL:    RNZ Recording

TITLE:      Walk Away
ARTIST:    Anika, Boh and Hollie
COMP:     Hollie Smith    
DUR:        2' 35"
ALBUM:    Anika, Boh and Hollie

Web - Ele Ludemann

2:10  Richard The Third - Annette Parry
One of the great archaeological finds of modern times it is - a 500 year old skeleton found under a carpark in the British Midlands has been identified as Richard the Third. Archeologists at the University of Leicester have confirmed that the remains of a man in his early thirties, with a twisted spine and a split-open skull are indeed those of the infamous Last King of the Plantagenets, whose final resting place has been unknown since the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.
The skeleton was discovered in August last year, but it's taken 6 months of DNA testing to establish its identity beyond a reasonable doubt.
Annette Parry is a member of the New Zealand Richard III Society,

2:20  Heat and Athletes - Dr Toby Mandel
It might be a bit damp around the country today, but we've had a great summer so far, and our next guest is especially pleased with the weather, not least because it's helping him with his current project. Dr Toby Mandel is a researcher in Sports Science at Massey University.
He's currently investigating the effects of heat on athletes based in Palmerston North, so the long hot days of summer are suiting him just fine.

2:30 Reading - 'Skin To Skin' - exploring the lives of people in cross-cultural marriages in New Zealand.   
True  TR.02 © Trinity Roots 2002 Tk 9. Little Things by Warren Maxwell, Rio Hemopo, Riki Gooch.

2:45 Feature Album - Stephen Stills - first solo album (1970)

3:10 Feature guest - American writer and blogger, Leslie Morgan Stein - who authored Crazy Love - a memoir about her marriage to a man who routinely abused and threatened her.

3:33 Asian Report -  The Big Gay Out and the Pride Parade are events celebrating the gay community in New Zealand, kicking off this weekend on Sunday 10th February. These days, in spite of social stigma more Asians are coming out about being gay. Lynda travels throughout Auckland regions to hear more.       

4:06 The Panel - Graham Bell  and David Slack. Waitangi Day, the ructions over Mrs Harawira leading the Prime Minister on, the annual rancour and diversions. The police chase that left a motorcyclist brain-damaged, but who is really to blame? The chinese milk factory in Pokeno - any objections? The supposed spate of drink-spiking - not young women being targeted any more, but DJs. And what our panellists think about the debut of 7 Sharp.