Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 4 April 2011

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

Ace of Spades by Motorhead as chosen by Pete Henneveld of Wellington.

1:15 8 Months To Mars

Carl Doy, world renowned pianist and composer.

2:10 Feature stories

Christchurch has lost a multitude of big events, but organisers of the Christchurch Arts Festival are determined to make sure their events go ahead in August. Festival director Philip Tremewan says the event is needed more than ever now, after so many events have been cancelled, and the city now faces a long and difficult winter.

Fabrizia Pons is one of the most famous female rally drivers in the world, and one of only two people in the history of the sport to have achieved world championship racing points both as a driver and as a co-driver. She's in Dunedin for the Classic Rally of Otago which kicks off at the end of the week.

2:30 Reading

Part 11 of Maurice Gee's novel Plumb read by Barry Empson.

2:45 Feature Album

Fulfillingness' First Finale by Stevie Wonder (1974)

3:12 Author slot

Ron Palenski - author, historian and former sports journalist. Has just put out Kiwi Battlefields, about all the major battles that NZ troops have been involved in.

3:35 Our Changing World

Massey University in Palmerston North, Matt Golding and his team show Ruth Beran a prototype 3D food printer which uses batter instead of ink. In the future, this robot could allow people to "dial up" personalised foods with specific colours, flavours and nutrients.

4:06 The Panel

Finlay MacDonald and Jane Clifton.