Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 7 April 2008
Afternoons for 7 April 2008
1:06 Jim's Essay
1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Who Loves You by The Four Seasons
Nominated by Rob Harris.
1:15 8 Months To Mars
2:10 Teenage Sex
A Rotorua GP is taking a controversial stand on youth drinking, blaming dead-beat parents for teens getting drunk and having sex. Dr Tania Pinfold, specialises in adolescant health, at Rotovegas Youth Health.
From the start of the northern hemisphere spring, Tornado Alley in the midwest of America is the place to be , onboard a souped-up SUV customised with high tech satellite systems........chasing tornadoes.
Extreme Tornado Tours is just one of the dozens of operators from Texas to the Dakotas, offering tourists the unique opportunity to confront super cell thunderstorms and, if they're lucky the fury of an awe-inspiring twister. Reed Timmer , the company's owner and lead storm chaser.
2:30 NZ Reading : Visitors by Jessica Le Bas
A three part account of Jessica Le Bas' time in former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
2:45 He Rourou
In He Rourou today, Ana Tapiata talks to Henare Ngaia, ,who was at the Maori Catholic festival over Easter.
2:50 Feature CD: Dig, Lazarus, Dig! by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
3:12 Author Slot: Dr Ian Brooks -
- 101 Quick Tips: Create A Great Customer Experience.
Customer care expert, Ian Brooks on why creating a great customer experience is so important in any form of business OR (to put it another way) how a bad customer experience can damage your business.
3:33 This Way Up
Simon Morton gets into some food production to combat the price hikes - and starts by setting up a chicken coop in the backyard. Today - he finds out what's needed to keep some hens happy enough to start laying eggs.
3:47 Environment Story:
Amelia Nurse talks to Scion's Trevor Stuthridge about how we can make money out of our waste:
4:06 The Panel: Josie McNaught and Jeremy Ellwood.
4:30 News Headlines/Traffic/Weather