Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 8 September 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

See What Love Can Do by Annie Crummer as chosen by Rocky Douche.

1:15 Link 3 - music game

2:10 Feature story

On October 17th, 1989, a 6.9 magnitude earthquake shook the San Francisco bay area, killing 63 people and causing 10 Billion dollars worth of damage. At 5:06pm, just as thousands of commuters were on motorways and city streets, the earth below them shook for 15 seconds. The Oakland Bay Bridge was damaged, a two tier motorway collapsed, fires errupted throughout the city. Today, just shy of 21 years later, the city has recovered and some say it's even better than before the disaster happened.

It's the holy grail for theater companies... Wellington actor Jacob Rajan and his Indian Ink Theatre Company have signed with one of the most influential agents in the US Theater scene. David Lieberman represents actor Tim Robbins's theater company, as well as the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. It's the first time he's ever signed a New Zealand act.

2:30 NZ Reading

The Shag Incident by Stephanie Johnson, read by Jim Moriarty.

Richard is determined to find out more about his son Jasper's film making career.

2:45 He Rourou

Prayers and ritual incantations, or karakia, are an intrinsic part of Maori language. Maori language exponent Pou Temara talks about the qualities of a good language student, that also enhance one's ability to learn karakia.

2:50 Feature Album

The 1969 debut album of folk rock supergroup, Crosby Stills and Nash.

3:12 Virtual World

1. Facebook coordinates students to provide assistance after the Christchurch earthquake

2. The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet

Bits and Bobs

Parents use 'digital' grounding as a 21st century disciplinary tool

Gmail Priority Inbox Sorts Your Email For You

Introducing Wikileakileaks: Your Source for Wikileaks-Related Leaks

Melbourne computer hacker turned whistleblower extraordinaire Julian Assange is under pressure from within WikiLeaks to step down

3.33 Auckland story

Auckland's Charlotte Museum Trust which collects and preserves artefacts of lesbian culture. It was all the idea of founder, author and artist Dr Miriam Saphira. Miriam says it all started back in the early 2000s.

4:06 The Panel

Finlay MacDonald and Jeremy Hansen