Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 21 June 2010
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Andrew Hart from Tauranga has chosen I Can't Get Started With You - written by Vernon Duke, performed by Beaver.
1:15 8 Months To Mars - what would well-known people do on an trip to Mars?
One of our most talented classical composers, Gareth Farr.
2:10 Feature stories
A group of Australians are just back from a trip to Anzac Cove where more than 2700 New Zealand soldiers lost their lives in the doomed 1915 Gallipoli campaign. "Project Beneath Galipoli" discovered the wreck of a barge that carried injured New Zealand and Australian soldiers from Anzac Cove to a Hospital ship.
Copyright © Mark Spencer 2010.
Wounded soldiers being taken to a hospital ship.
Steven Dillion is working on a BA in Football Studies at Southampton Solent University in the South of England. He's in New Zealand to do a case study for his degree about player growth and retention strategies.
Today's episode of The Fat Man by Maurice Gee is called Sunday Dinner at Bellevue House. Colin and his Parents have arrived at his grandparents house for midday dinner. Who should be sitting at the table but the Fat Man.
2:45 He Rourou
The month of June marks Matariki, the Maori New Year and activities are held around NZ to celebrate the occasion. Te Papa again hosted the very popular Kapa Haka Kaumatua or Maori cultural performances by those on the other side of 60!
Ana Tapiata is with Kaa Daniels from the Bay of Plenty tribe of Te Arawa the largest of the performing contingents.
2:50 Feature Album
Various Positions, 7th studio album by Leonard Cohen.
3:12 Author Slot
Andrew Adamson is one of Hollywood's most sought after directors, having brought to the screen, not only Shrek, but also the Land of Far Far Away and also the magical Kingdom of Narnia. As Shrek prepares to say farewell in the final chapter of his saga in cinemas this week, there's no sign of slowing down for the director.
3:33 This Way Up
Richard Scott is chasing more free food with the show's regular forager Johanna Knox. Today - fennel - no not the big bulbs you buy to roast, steam or stick in a salad...we're not paying for anything!
3:47 Our Changing World
Emerging scientist, Julie Lim, who won the Zonta Science Award last month, is investigating a way to prevent age-related nuclear cataract: which is the world's leading cause of blindness.
4:06 The Panel
Jennifer Ward-Lealand and Irene Gardiner.