Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 5 July 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Hard for You by Tex Perkins and the Beasts of Bourbon, chosen by Stephen Oliver of Te Kuiti.
The Find: a short film based upon a poem by Stephen Oliver, directed by Donavan Gabrielsen (contains some sexual content).
1:20 Book Review with Nicky Pellegrino
Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef by Gabrielle Hamilton; Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks.
1:35 TV Review with Sarah McMullan
Monroe (8:30 pm Tuesdays on Prime); Mike & Molly (7:30 pm Sundays on TV2).
1:45 Music Review with Nick Atkinson
Nick Atkinson gives us a taste of Hollie Smith's third full length album, Band of Brothers Volume 1.
Artist: Mt Raskil Preservation Society feat. Hollie Smith
Song: Bathe In The River
Composer: Don McGlashan
Album: No.2 (movie soundtrack)
Artist: Hollie Smith
Song: Lives For Living
Composer: Hollie Smith, Mara TK
Album: Band of Brothers vol.1
1:55 Web Review with Ben Gracewood
2:10 College Sport Auckland chief executive Manoj Daji
A widespread shortage of teachers willing to coach sport has put school sport on the brink of rapid decline. That's according to college sport administrators who are calling for a new way of running sport in schools. They want the government to invest in a new scheme called Coach First, modelled on a successful British programme, that would divert graduates into coaching roles at low-decile schools.
2:20 Film director Tony Simpson
Nelson's famous annual trolley derby has inspired a new feature film that has been awarded several hundred thousand dollars in Film Commission Funding. It's called Kiwi Flyer and the filmmakers are about to start searching for young talent in Nelson for lead roles as well as extras.
2:30 NZ Reading
The final in a 12-part reading by Lloyd Geering of his own book, Wrestling with God.
Published by Bridget Williams Books (5-Nov-2006)
2:45 Feature Album
Rum, Sodomy & the Lash by The Pogues.
3:12 Tune Your Engine - Dr Deirdre Barrett
Dr Deirdre Barrett, assistant clinical professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School and author of The Committee of Sleep: How Artists, Scientists and Athletes Use Dreams for Creative Problem-Solving – and How You Can Too.
3:33 Asian Report
Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets Una McGurk and some of the refugee women from the ethnic Kachin community in Wellington to explore the stories behind a unique photovoice collaboration.
4:06 The Panel
Graham Bell and Sir Bruce Slane.