Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 16 February 2011

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

The Shape Of My Heart by Sting with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra as chosen by Victoria Jones.

1:15 Link 3 - music game

2:10 Feature stories

Residents of communities around Mission Beach in North Queensland are being warned to beware of the giant, flightless rainbirds, the cassowaries, which are on the hunt for food after their natural habitat was badly damaged by Cyclone Yasi. Bob Irwin, father of the late Steve Irwin, tells us about the campaign to protect the cassowaries.

Northland fisherman Clifford Strydom tells us about how he caught and landed a 79kg striped marlin on his jetski.

2:30 Reading

Part eight of our dramatisation of Maurice Gee's novel, In My Father's Den.

2:50 Feature Album

Lady Soul by Aretha Franklin.

3:12 Virtual World

Hamish McEwan takes us through the virtual world and today he talks about wireless advances, could it mean no more mobile towers and smart phones outsell PCs for the first time.

3:33 Auckland story

4:06 The Panel

Don Donavan and David Slack.