Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 21 February 2011

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Couldn't Love You More by John Martyn as chosen by Terry Sarten.

1:15 8 Months To Mars

What would Pinky Agnew do on an trip to Mars?

2:10 Feature stories

Have you had a phone call from somebody saying that your computer has a virus and offering to fix it for you? So are these calls scams and what should you do if you get one? This Way Up's Simon Morton investigates with Paul Brislen, Dr Mark Rees (Microsoft) and Richard Parlett (Ministry of Consumer Affairs).

A football team tour with a difference will see 30 boys and girls from Wanganui Collegiate travel to Samoa later on this year to help rebuild one of the villages that was devastated by the tsunami of 2009. Fifteen people died when the tsunami hit the village of Satitoa, and most of the houses and buildings were washed away. David Van Zanten is one of the teachers who'll be travelling to Satitoa with the boys and girls 1st XI teams next winter.

2:30 Reading

A Fish in the Swim of the World, written and read by Ben Brown.

2:45 Feature Album

The King of Limbs by Radiohead.

3:12 Author slot

Nalini Singh, who's one of New Zealand's best kept secrets. A virtually unknown writer here 'til mid-last year, but Nalini Singh has been on the New York Times bestseller list frequently and her latest paranormal novel - Archangel's Consort is sitting at number 8 this week.

3:35 Our Changing World

Discovering sleep apnoea during an overnight sleep study was a life-changing discovery for Maui Stuart.

4:06 The Panel

Stephen Franks and Liz Bowen-Clewley.