Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 26 February 2008

Afternoons for 26 February 2008

1:06 Jim Essay

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Diamond and Rust by Joan Baez

According to Richard Wood

1:15 Reeling In The Years

This Week in 1964

2:00 News

2:10 Brain Fitness

How to improve your brain

2:20 Bucking Broncos

They are big, mean and weigh a tonne, but cowboys will be queueing up to ride them at this weekend's New Zealand National Rodeo at the Urenui Festival.

2:30Festival Review with Paul Bushnell

Blackbird, Who Wants to be 100, The Poet

2:55 He Rourou

Today, Ana Tapiata talks to artist Brett Graham who, with Rachel Rakena, created the multi-media exhibition Aniwaniwa, that's currently on show in Wellington, as part of the NZ International Festival of Arts.

3:00 News

3:12 John Pilger

Australian journalist, activist and documentary filmmaker John Pilger began his extraordinary career in 1958. He's probably best known for his investigative documentaries, about Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge which made his name, and many since ... for his impassioned defence of the Palestinian cause, for his criticism of the U.S. role in the world ... next week his first film for cinema The War On Democracy opens at Academy Cinemas in Auckland. It's about the long history of US foreign policy in South America - and what John Pilger characterises as the people's struggle against economic, cultural and military domination by the US.

3:33 Asian Report

In today's report, Suzanne Schokman looks into a Performing Arts Workshop, teaching traditional dance as well as Bollywood dance moves.

3:47Environment Report

Amelia Nurse talks to Barrie Leay of Aquaflow Bionomics Corporation who are making biofuel from algae growing on waste water.

4:00 News

4:06 The Panel - Ali Aikram and Emily Perkins

4:30 News Headlines/Traffic/Weather