Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 4 March 2011

All schedules are subject to change due to coverage of the Christchurch earthquake.

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Anchor Me by The Muttonbirds, chosen by award-winning journalist Bruce Ansley

1:15 NZ Music - Live

Audio of NZ Music Live can be found on our music webpage.

2:10 Feature stories

Andrew McAnergney is taking his daughters to school by boat, after he escaped Christchurch with them and moved up to Kenepuru Sound to stay with their grandmother. His daughters Sarah and Pippa are now attending one of the country's remotest schools, Waitaria Bay School.

The Great Kiwi Bake-off organiser Glenn Browne, talks about his fundraiser in Auckland next Monday.

2:35 Auckland Arts Festival Review

2:50 Feature Album

Mental Notes, Split Enz

3:08 Feature interview

Canterbury University is set to open its doors to 18,000 students on 14 March. Vice Chancellor Dr Rod Carr talks about managing a new programme schedule and looking after the students.

3:20 Phillip Kraal, chef patron on the highly awarded Le Bon Bolli restaurant in Christchurch

3:35 One Stop Shop

Karl du Fresne on Weekend Wine

Noelle McCarthy reviews top hits on the social networks

4:06 The Panel: Duncan Webb and Islay McLeod

Are the earthquakes in Wellington and Christchurch linked?; Should Peter Jackson hold The Hobbit premier in Christchurch; and should Christchurch be a GST free zone to aid the recovery?