Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 1 June 2011

1:10 Best Song Ever Written

The Ship Song by Nick Cave and the Bad Seed, chosen by Dominic O'Halloran of Palmerston North.

1:15 Link 3

2:10 Feature stories

Christchurch Press film critic James Croot suggests that what Christchurch needs is a grand picture palace, as a place to gather and a place where films can be watched in all their splendour.

Frans Laas is a beekeeper from Mosgiel, and the president of the National Beekeepers Association of New Zealand. He is about to step down after four years service. He's one of only two people in New Zealand who artificially inseminates bees on a large scale.

2:30 Reading

Part eight of The 10 pm Question by Kate de Goldi, read by John Leigh.

2:45 Feature Album

Look Out For #1 by The Brothers Johnson (1976)

3:12 Virtual World - Hamish MacEwan

Google abandons newspaper scanning project

Was LinkedIn scammed?

Sony Introduces Its First Tablet Computers

'Google Wallet' pay-by-phone unveiled

Gitcoin, Digital Currency of the Future?

3:33 Auckland story

A  160-year-old pipe organ at Auckland Museum is said to be the first western musical instrument made in this country. But investigations are revealing that things may not be what they seem.

4:06 The Panel

John Bishop and Sue Wells