Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 16 July 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

A Place for You - Breaks Co-op

1:15 NZ Music - Live

Julia Deans

2.10 Feature stories

Archaeologists have made an amazing discovery near the site of the World Trade Centre in Lower Manhattan. The remains of an 18th century ship have been uncovered. Workers were excavating the ground for a new parking garage for the buildings that will replace the Twin Towers.

Pere and Meihana Durie film about Joe Warbrick, the captain of the 1888 New Zealand Natives rugby team that toured Britain and Australia. The Warbrick story is one of resilience and never giving up. The Film Commission turned down their proposals many times but they finally got their funding, made a short film which won second prize at the Montreal First People's Film Festival in Canada.

2:30 Reading

The last episode of Up the Nile with Burton by Dinah Priestley

Dinah and her travel companion Tony Burton move through Istanbul.

2:50 Feature Album

Nobody Else by Take That

2:55 He Rourou

Ana Tapiata talks to scholar and musician Te Ahukaramu Royal about his collaboration with choreographer Louise Potiki Bryant.

3:08 One Stop Shop

Fresh Fast Food with Allyson Gofton

Lamb Pomegranate Pizza and Pear and Treacle Tart

Weekend Wine with Karl du Fresne
Weekend Weather with Bob McDavitt
Movie Review with Noelle McCarthy
The Ghost Writer, a 2010 thriller based on the Robert Harris novel The Ghost. Directed by Roman Polanski and stars Ewan McGregor and Pierce Brosnan.

3:35 Auckland story

David Steemson talks to the locals on Great Barrier Island about what can be done to improve employment prospects.

3:47 Pre-Panel

Includes Wellington artist James Ford

4:06 The Panel with Joanne Black and Richard Langston