Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Monday 11 July 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Patience by Guns N' Roses as chosen by Michael J Parry from Central Hawkes Bay.
1:15 8 Months To Mars - what would well-known people do on an trip to Mars?
Wellington Phoenix star striker, Paul Ifill.
2:10 An historic Christchurch venue has been placed on the urgent demolition list
From the time it opened in the 1920s, the Winter Garden ballroom was the place to go for debutante balls and big-band concerts in Christchurch. Queen Elizabeth II even dined there during her visit in 1954. But this special part of Christchurch's history is over and the Armagh Street building has been placed on the urgent demolition list because of earthquake damage. Tiny Kirk is the chairman of the Trade Union Centre which has owned the building since 1984.
2:20 Lawrence Wharerau from the Film Archive
In the late 1930s Waikato leader Te Puea Herangi had a dream to build seven waka taua for the 1940 centennial commemorations at Waitangi. In the end only two waka were commissioned but cameraman James Manley was brought in to capture it all on film. The original footage remained untouched for almost 50 years until the Film Archive got permission to repair and preserve them. Mana Waka is to screen at the New Zealand International Film Festival, which opens this week.
The 1.5 Hectare World by David Yerex, read by Matthew Chamberlain.
2:45 Feature Album
Welcome to My Nightmare by Alice Cooper.
3:12 Author slot - Mary Doria Russell
Mary Doria Russell's latest book Doc is based on the life of legendary American gambler, gunfighter and dentist, Doc Holliday.
Published by Random House
3:35 Our Changing World
Designed to help people explore the future of Christchurch together, the online game Magnetic South generated a huge number of ideas, drawing on the collective knowledge and creativity of people from all around the world.
4:06 The Panel
Chris Wikaira and Mark Inglis.