Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 19 October 2010

1:10 Best Song Ever Written: Two out of Three Ain't Bad by Meat Loaf

Chosen by Janie Walker of Paraparaumu

1:15 Critical Mass

Books - Graham Beattie Web - Elle Ludeman - TV - Phil Wallington - Music - Nick Atkinson

2:10 Demolition of Historic Christchurch Building

Just under three hours ago, another big aftershock jolted Christchurch... rattling already frayed nerves with a significant aftershock... 5.0 on the Richter scale. The aftershock comes just as demolition crews began to bring down the historic Manchester Court building in central Christchurch. The building just isn't safe.

2:20 Bridge

Warren Buffett and Bill Gates get together to play... Winston Churchill · Deng Xiaoping and Dwight Eisenhower enjoyed the game too. But you don't see too many people under the age of 50 playing bridge. It's not your Nana's game anymore. A group of teenagers and twenty somethings from Otago are addicted to the game. They've just won a test match against Australia at the New Zealand National Congress in Hamilton.

You Me Now2:30 You Me ... Now!

Following the trials and tribulations of a group of friends as they find love in the city.

2:45 He Rourou

Despite a roll of only 20 students, the total immersion school on the south shores of Lake Taupo has produced two national winners at the annual secondary school speech competitions. Ana Tapiata talks with Chris Winitana, the principal of Te Kura o Te Ahorangi at this year's competitions in Dunedin.

2:50 Feature Album: Come Around Sundown by Kings of Leon.

This new release has already had the Rolling Stone seal of approval with a 4 star review.

3:12 Tune Your Engine: Sports psychology

Hang-ups about sportspeople seeing a shrink seem to have shrunk into irrelevance a long time ago. Household names knock on the door of clinical and sports psychologist Jane Magnusson.

3:33 Asian Report

Sonia Yee is at the City Gallery in Wellington taking an experiential tour through the current exhibition - Roundabout.

3:47 Pre-Panel

4:06 The Panel with David Farrar and Tony Doe

The teachers' strike, the stoush in Auckland over the naming of a reserve after Manukau City's departing CEO. That came to a head this morning. The investigation into the poisoning of the trees in Manapouri - how's that going? A vinegar drinking contest - would you be a starter? And what interest rates are doing and why with Bernard Hickey.