Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 4 April 2014
1:10 Best song ever written - I Burn For You by Police chosen by Laura Monzon-Storey from Auckland
1:15 NZ Live - Laura Collins & the Back Porch Blues Band... featuring Wayne Mason. New Zealand Live from Wellington today. www.lauracollins.co.nz
2:10 Rate Your Flat - Mauro Truglio
Disgruntled renters can now rate and review flats on a new global website, designed and launched in Palmerston North. Rateyourflat.com was launched last weekend, and is in the very early stages of development, but it's hoped the site will become the flatting equivilant of TripAdvisor or MenuMania. The site's creator Mauro Truglio hails from Rome, but now lives in Palmerston North with his girlfriend.
2.20 Back to the Bog - Katy Gosset
Katy Gosset is at one of the longest-running gigs in town - still pulling the punters in its new home.
Part five of 'Bishops' written and read by Mona Williams.
From the age of three, Mona Williams was brought up by her mother to revere British Guiana's exclusive girls' school 'Bishops' and its English values. But having gained entry as a scholarship student, Mona finds herself at odds with her teachers through her constant requests for them to include Guyanese literature, music, history and culture in the Anglophile curriculum.
2:45 Feature album - Face to Face - The Kinks (1966)
3:08 One stop shop
Christchurch chef Phillip Kraal is creating a special dish for us with fresh mushrooms from his backyard and Yvonne Lorkin brings the wine. Sarah McMullan reviews new movies Tracks (the true story of Robyn Davidson, who treked across Australia in 1977); the super-hero film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier; and the cult hit of last year's New Zealand International Film Festival, The Deadly Ponies Gang.
3.10 Fresh Fast Food -Phillip Kraal
The Recipe - Autumn fried mushroom and chicken liver mosaic
3.20 Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin
Alpine Valley Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013 $10-12
Charles Wiffen Marlborough Pinot Gris 2013 $19
Dog Point Marlborough Pinot Noir 2011 $42
3.26 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan
New movies: Tracks (the true story of Robyn Davidson, who treked across Australia in 1977); the super-hero film, Captain America: The Winter Soldier; and the cult hit of last year's New Zealand International Film Festival, The Deadly Ponies Gang.
3:30 Garage Sale Anniversary - Kate Turner
A community garage sale in Upper Hutt is celebrating its 25th anniversary tomorrow. On the first Saturday of the month, since 1990, the Upper Hutt Baptist church has been holding fundraising garage sales - offering bargain hunters free cups of tea and cheese on toast. Kate Turner organises the event.
4:06 The Panel - Megan Nicol Reed and Michael Deaker
Does it matter if you try and save on electricity costs by switching providers? The Consumer Institute says yes; we'll ask Molly Melhuish. The Government's Power Switch campaign doesn't appear to have brought prices down. Do we think the two fruitflies found in Whangarei are related? The claimed importance of the day's early sunlight in losing weight. Are we as bad as Africa when it comes to allowing tourists in to shoot big game in a non-sporting manner? The use of vitamins in staving off the flu - any use at all? The dangers identified in taking one particular vitamin supplement. And new Austrian research suggesting the vegetarians may be leading a healthier lifestyle but they're more at risk for depression and anxiety as well as some cancers. It's controversial - of course - so we'll try and find out how much credence it has.