Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 21 March 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Ordinary Day by Great Big Sea as chosen by Robinne Weiss of Leeston.
1:15 8 Months To Mars - what would well-known people do on an trip to Mars?
2:10 Feature Stories
Selling raw milk is becoming a growth industry. Mike Chapman is a second generation dairy farmer at Aokautere in the Manawatu. He sells raw milk at the farm gate.
A new exhibition has just opened at Founders Heritage Park in Nelson tracing the history of the unfinished railway line from Nelson to Invercargill.
Maurice Gee's award-winning novel Plumb, read by Barry Empson.
2:45 Feature Album
Tarot Card Rock, the just-released first solo album for Black Seeds singer Barnaby Weir.
3:12 Author slot
Former MOJO magazine editor, Paul Trynka has just released his definitive biography of David Bowie - Starman.
3:33 Our Changing World
Scientists are just beginning to understand why the recent Canterbury earthquakes 'punched above their size', and their findings could change international scientific thinking about earthquakes.
Alison Ballance talks with GNS seismologists Martin Reyners and Bill Fry to find out more.
4:06 The Panel
Jonathon Krebs and Josie Pagani.