Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 13 August 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Shinkicker taken from the Live at Montreux CD as chosen by John Hind of Whakatane.

1:15 NZ Music - Live

A highly-talented musician, singer, cook and motivated businesswoman who owns her own record label- Flip Grater.

2:10 Feature stories

On Wednesday we told about the New Zealand Navy's search for unexploaded mines near the entrance to Lyttleton Harbour. The mines were left by a German minelayer in 1941. The Adjutant slipped into Lyttleton and then made it's way to the entrance of Wellington Harbour to lay 10 more mines. Official records kept at the time indicate that no one saw the Adjutant making mischief on that moonless night in June 1941. One of our listeners tells a different story. Maritime historian Bob McDougall says a former New Zealand Army artillery officer told him about what really happened on the night of 25 June 1941.

The Mutton Birds put Dominion Road on the map for most New Zealanders in 1992... calling it a road "shining like a strip cut from a sheet metal plate". It begins near Upper Queen street in Auckland and continues in a straight line for almost six kilometers through the suburbs of Mount Eden, Balmoral and Mount Roskill. The Auckland City Council is considering widening a 4.5km stretch of the road, to make way for separate bus and cycle lanes. The changes would also remove on street parking. Some residents say that will change the street forever.

2:30 NZ Reading

John McDavitt reading the concluding episode of Here at the End of the World We Learn to Dance by Lloyd Jones.

Lionel is distraught when Rosa's husband returns from exile.

2:55 He Rourou

After watching her grandchildren on stage at the national secondary schools Maori performing arts competition, Te Riu Chaffey says she's confident about the future of Maoridom.

The Ngati Porou elder also talks with Ana Tapiata about the present and the future for children of Poverty Bay

2:50 Feature Album

Stay With Me by The Faces

3:08 One Stop Shop

Wine writer, Yvonne Lorkin

Cheap and Cheerful:
Corbans Homestead Series Waipara Riesling 2009 ($7.99 supermarkets)
Bernadino Asti Spumante NV $8-$10 (available at this price always and everywhere)

Mid Price Magic:
Kemblefield Distinction Chardonnay 2007 ($15.99 btl $13.99 per case online)

Crash the Credit Card:
Greywacke Last Harvest Gewurztraminer 2009 375ml $36

Blenhiem chef, Chris Fortune: Not in Marlborough, where the whiteboat season opens this weekend - but in Gisborne.
Recipes: French Style Whitebait Patties & Cured Salmon, or Gravalax

Movies Noelle McCarthy: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Metservice's weather ambassador, Bob McDavitt

3:47 Pre Panel

4:06 Joanne Black and Neville Gibson are on The Panel