Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Wednesday 26 September 2012
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
Pippa Grandison nominated 'When You Come' by Crowded House
1:15 Link 3 - music game
The Link 3 music list:
TITLE: Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves
ARTIST: Kyu Sakamoto
ARTIST: Bunny Walters
TITLE: Brown Eyed Girl
ARTIST: Van Morrison
TITLE: Sexy Sadie
ARTIST: The Beatles
TITLE: Way Too Cold
ARTIST: Kanye West Feat. DJ Khaled
TITLE: S & M
TITLE: Midnight Train to Georgia
ARTIST: Gladys Knight & The Pips
ARTIST: Michael Jackson Feat: Vincent Price
TITLE: Leaving On A Jet Plane
ARTIST: Peter, Paul & Mary
TITLE: Do You Know The Way To San Jose
ARTIST: Dionne Warwick
The Answer - All the songs had their titles changed.
2:10 New Zealand Bomber Command veterans recognised - Bruce Cunningham
New Zealand bomber crew members who served in World War Two had their efforts formally recognised this morning, at a commemorative service at Wellington's National War Memorial and lunch with the Prime Minister.
Today's ceremony is for many of the veterans who were unable to attend the June dedication and unveiling of a Bomber Command Memorial in London, the first memorial to the 55 thousand airmen who died. 1,851 RNZAF servicemen lost their lives.
Jim Mora talks with Bruce Cunningham, who was a Bomber Command pilot.
2.25 - The Classic Truck Run - Bob Mehrtens
Drivers around the South Island might think they've entered a time warp over the last ten days. 120 vintage trucks from the 1930s to the 1990s have been cruising around the South Island in the third annual Inter-Island Classic Truck Run.
Drivers in everything from a 1952 Leyland Comet to a Classic Bedford truck started in Picton.. ventured south via the West Coast, Central Otago and Southland, and will finish in Timaru tonight.
2:30 Reading - Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh
Part one of "Colour Scheme" - adapted and read by Peter Vere-Jones
Tina's Tango by James Moody. Tk 10 PML-CD 1013
2:45 Feature Album
Today's feature album is Taylor Swift's sophomore effort, Fearless, from 2008.
3:10 Virtual World - Dr Jules Older
It's 100 years since the death of Sir John Logan Campbell, considered to be one of the 'fathers' of Auckland. This year's Auckland Heritage Festival is highlighting his contribution.
3.45 Pre-Panel Show - Susan Baldacci
4:06 The Panel - Jordan Williams and Raybon Kan
The end of the National Bank, more revelations in the Kim Dotcom saga, the chances of winning lotto three times, the future of the office - what will be obsolete in your workplace soon - and the Chinese in Fiji.