Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan for Tuesday 12 July 2011
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Somewhere by Eva Cassidy, as chosen by Paul Caffyn of the West Coast.
1:20 Book review with Cushla McKinney
State of Wonder by Ann Patchett and Robopocalypse by Daniel H Wilson.
1:30 Web review with Ben Gracewood
Gigantic scale model of the Mississipi river system.
What I Made - a great site for the school holidays.
1:40 TV review with Phil Wallington
Janet McIntyre's report on Arie Smith-Voorkamp on Sunday (ONE); A Rotten Shame (ONE); Inside NZ, TV3 8.30 Wednesday.
1:50 Music review with Nick Atkinson
Song: Hold Your Head Reprise
Composer: James Duncan, Kelly Sherrod
Label: Arch Hill
Song: Somebody That I Used To Know
Artist: Gotye feat. Kimbra
Composer: Wally De Backer
Album: Making Mirrors
2:10 Leader of Team OneBuzz at Imagine Cup 2011
A team of engineering students from Auckland University have been living it up in New York after getting through to the finals, again, of an international competition designed to combat global problems.
2:20 How London is dealing with a pigeon infestation
London correspondent Chris Parkin talks about a war being waged on the masses of pigeons that congregate around Trafalgar Square.
The 1.5 Hectare World by David Yerex, read by Matthew Chamberlain.
2:45 Feature Album
Tug of War by Paul McCartney (1982)
3:12 Tune Your Engine - Charlotte Crone from the Healthy Choices Project
A programme which gives schoolchildren incentives for making good diet and exercise choices, The Healthy Choices Project, is being piloted in some American schools.
3:33 Asian Report
Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets some “Trailblazers” in Auckland. Not the basketballers from Oregon, rather, a group of seven first generation new migrant women entrepreneurs, pioneers in business here.
4:06 The Panel
Jock Anderson and Bomber Bradbury.