Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 10 November 2010
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Home, Land and Sea by Trinity Roots as chosen by Emma Dolby of Christchurch.
1:15 Link 3 - music game
2:10 Feature stories
Professor Keith Randle from the University of Hertfordshire Business School in the UK has spent his career studying employment in the creative industries; film, TV and video games. Film production is labour intensive, with up to 85% of the cost of production attributable to labour costs. Professor Randle has been involved in studies about the film industry in the US and the UK. He's in New Zealand to talk about getting in and getting on in film production at the invitation of The Victoria Management School.
A group of 70 and 80-year-olds who grew up listening to Sinatra and Doris Day now entertain crowds with the music of Nirvana, The Ramones and Jimi Hendrix. Seniors from the Amercian Young@Heart are coming to New Zealand to sing their rock'n'roll songs. Jim talks to one of the five New Zealanders they've picked to join the tour, David Johnston.
Episode eight of Butler's Ringlet by Laurence Fearnley read by Matthew Chamberlain.
2:45 He Rourou
No-one was more surprised than the winners when Massey University was named as a joint recipient of the Supreme Award at this year's Maori Language Week Awards ceremony. In He Rourou today, the Minister of Maori Affairs announces the winners, much to the amazement of Massey student liaison officer Te Ahu Rei.
2:50 Feature Album
The breakthrough album by Queen, Sheer Heart Attack.
3:12 Virtual World
Just one third of NZ businesses have websites, says survey
How to Make Your PC as Fast as the Day you Bought It
RockMelt integrates basic browsing with Facebook and other social media.
3:33 Auckland story
The New Zealand Transport Agency is a signatory to the government's Urban Design Protocol which is intended to raise the quality of motorway design… so now we have designer bridges! David Steemson's been off to a motorway to admire!
4:06 The Panel
Brian Edwards and Michelle Boag