Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 28 June 2013

1:10 Best Song Ever Written -  Josee McClure of Pisa Moorings nominated Aftermath (Battle of the Field of Shirts) - by Saor Patrol.

1:20 NZ Live with Banjo Queen, Jenny Blackadder.

2:10 The Stormchaser - Aaron Wilkinson
If most of us came anywhere near a tornado, we would run the other way. Not Aaron Wilkinson of Mt Somers, near Methven.  Storm chasing is his hobby, and it can be a dangerous one. Three veteran storm chasers were among those killed in Oklahoma City when a violent tornado swept through the area.  Although tornadoes in New Zealand don't reach the same intensity as those in the US or Australia, they can still be dangerous and deadly.
So when the conditions are right, Wilkinson packs up his van and heads into the storm.

See some of the pictures he's taken of lightening and tornadoes.

2.20: NZ Society - David Steemson
This is the first in a small series by David Steemson on people who've tried to kill themselves but have recovered, to live full lives. The Mental Health Foundation believes society can benefit from talking about what it calls "Suicide Recovery". Today we meet Dr Sarah Gordon who is an academic advocate for people with mental illness.
Below is a list of some of the services available which offer support, information and help. All services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless otherwise specified.
·    Lifeline - 0800 543 354 or (09) 5222 999 within Auckland
·    Depression Helpline (8 am to 12 midnight) - 0800 111 757
·    Healthline - 0800 611 116
·    Kidsline (aimed at children up to 14 years of age; 4 pm to 6 pm weekdays) - 0800 54 37 54 (0800 kidsline)
·    Samaritans - 0800 726 666 (for callers from the Lower North Island, Christchurch and West Coast) or 0800 211 211 / (04) 473 9739 (for callers from all other regions)
·    Suicide Crisis Helpline (aimed at those in distress, or those who are concerned about the wellbeing of someone else) - 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO)
·    Suicide Prevention Information New Zealand - www.spinz.org.nz
·    Youthline - 0800 376 633, free text 234 or email talk@youthline.co.nz
·    What's Up (for 5-18 year olds; 1 pm to 11 pm) - 0800 942 8787
·    www.depression.org.nz
·    www.thelowdown.co.nz

     www.outline.org.nz/>    0800 OUTLINE (6885463) A confidential service for the GLBT community

2:30 Reading -  More in our journey to the Arabian Gulf to a city of huge contrasts. Joe Bennett with episode five of his own book  'Hello Dubai'.

2:45 Feature album - Goats Head Soup - The Rolling Stones, released in 1973.

The Glastonbury link

3:08 One Stop Shop - Setting you up for another mid-winter weekend with a recipe from Masterchef runnerup, Paula Saengthian-Ngam, who's flat out setting up her own cafe in Nelson. Yvonne Lorkin talks wine - and Sarah McMullan reviews Man of Steel, the local movie White Lies and the crime drama, Place Beyond The Pines.

Food - Paula Saengthian-Ngam - Glass Noodle Salad

Wine - Yvonne Lorkin's links:
Wine flavoured Popcorn -

Cola flavoured wine

Downton Abbey wine

Movies - Sarah McMullan
White Lies - Tuakiri Huna            4 stars
1hr 35mins; M: Violence & nudity

Man of Steel                            3 stars
2hr 23mins; M: Contains violence
                    
Place Beyond the Pines            4 stars
2hrs20; R16: Violence, Offensive Language & Drugs Use

4:06 Duncan Webb and Sally Wenley are on The Panel today. Yes Cinderella you shall go to the school ball and not necessarily with a prince... same-sex arrangements at the balls, Auckland gobbling up the best arable land in the country it's claimed, but does that matter? Kevin Rudd returns with a message of kindness and gentleness, the question of how much you can claim on the clothing you wear to work, and isn't the Government paying attention to the needs of Auckland at the moment.