Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 18 June 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - Tanya Wolfkamp nominated 'Blue Moon' by Bob Dylan.

1:20 Critical Mass

TV - Sarah McMullan
The Neighbours:  TV2 - Wednesdays @ 8pm
Tuesday night wildlife slot:   TV1 @ 8.30pm
Jones TV:  Sky Channel 13

Music - Colin Morris
ARTIST:    Libby Titus        
TITLE:        Love Has No Pride        
COMP:    Libby Titus, Eric Katz    
ALBUM:    Libby Titus    
LABEL:    Sony / SRCS 6279
ARTIST:    Patsy Cline    
TITLE:        Heartaches                               
COMP:    Al Hoffman,John Kenner    
ALBUM:    The Devine Ms Cline
LABEL:    H&H / HHCD912

Books - Graham Beattie
The Amalfi Coast  -  A Collection of  Italian Recipes. 
Katie & Giancarlo Caldesi/Hardie Grant Books. 

Web - Ele Ludemann

14 words which are their own opposites

10 old fashioned swear words

2:10 Our Phantom - Chris Crowe - Everybody knows the music of the night, the music of Phantom of the Opera, the stage show that became a phenomenon, lyrics by Charles Hart, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Well, the first all-Kiwi production of Phantom opened at the St James Theatre in Wellington last week to rave reviews.

2:20 Baz the Snow Dog - Nathan Fraser - He's an avalanche dog with a chequered past. A pick-up from the pound who's successfully re-invented himself as a working hound. But now Baz the snow dog is facing his biggest challenge yet. Baz is a Staffy Blue Heeler cross who was adopted from a shelter in Christchurch by his new owner Nathan Fraser, where he began the second act of his life, training as an avalanche dog in Wanaka.

2:30 Reading - Escaping the Taliban - It's World Refugee Day later this week and a NZ Reading today adapted by Elspeth Sandys - a two part account from two young Afghani men who, separately, managed to escape from the Taliban regime.

2:45 Feature Album - Blue - Joni Mitchell  (1971) -Joni's fourth album, chosen in 2000 by the New York Times as one of the 25 albums that represented "turning points and pinnacles in 20th-century popular music"

3:10Tune Your Engine - Online Dating - John Cacioppo - a new University of Chicago study claims more than a third of recent marriages in the U.S. began online. We talk to its lead author John Cacioppo about why dating sites are attracting more people with a serious purpose.

3:30 Asian Report - Lynda Chanwai-Earle
In today's Asian Report; "FOB" is the derogatory term used to describe new immigrants. It's also the title of an upcoming play in Auckland that examines internalised racism within Asian communities.

4:06 Graham Bell and Ali Jones are on The Panel today, with a lot to discuss: The bank siege last night in Auckland, the Lundy appeal again, the effluent ponds empty on the Guy farm; privacy considerations with being GPS-located by your cellular provider. The Peter Whittall trial being shifted away from the coast, a little bit more about the TV3 receivership; Foreign Accent Syndrome... and the growing popularity of death cafes... nothing macabre, just people getting together and talking about the subject no-one wants to talk about.