Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 13 June 2008
Afternoons on Friday 13 June
1.06 Jim Essay
1.10 Best Song Ever Written
Leonard Cohen's Bird on a Wire
1.15 New Zealand live
2.10 Rainfall and the South Island hydro lakes
Dave Stewart, hydrologist consultant from Rain Effects, in Dunedin.
2.20 Ecotours and Encounters in the Foveaux Strait
Two Dunedin men are confident tourists will be lining up to be caged and submerged in Foveaux Strait to get up close and personal with the great white shark!
Pete Dryden and Peter Scott have invested in a 2-metre high aluminium cage, capable of holding up to four people for ecotours of the chilly southern waters, and encounters with fish the size of cars.
2.30 New Zealand book reading: My Name Was Judas by C.K. Stead
Read by Stuart Devenie
2.45 He Rourou
In He Rourou today, Ana Tapiata talks to Te Ahu Rei, the MC for Massey University's Maori graduation ceremony in Wellington
2.50 What's On
2.55 Weekend Weather - with Bob McDavitt
3.12 Fresh Fast Food - Allyson Gofton
Things Your Grandma Did Not Tell You - episode 1 of Allyson's cooking tips, on seasonal buying, baking at home and main meals
3.33 Sports Story with Murray Williams
3.47 New Zealand Society - the Kawiti glow-worm cave
Jenny Macintyre takes us underground into a cave world that's thriving on global warming and rain.
4.06 The Panel - Paul Smith and Simon Pound
4.30 News Headlines/Traffic/Weather