Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 23 May 2014

1:10 Best Song Ever Written - 'Space' by Home Brew, nominated by Ellie McKenzie from Wellington.

1:20   NZ Live - Louis Baker

2:10  The Oyster Champ Stands Down - Keith Lovett - Nine-time Bluff oyster-opening champion, Keith Lovett, is shucking in the towel. The 65-year-old has competed for the past 12 years at the Bluff Oyster and Food Festival - but has stepped aside this year to give some of the younger competitors a chance to shine.

2:20  31 songs in 31 days - Katy Gosset: One Christchurch artist pays tribute to New Zealand Music Month
Katy meets up and coming Canterbury musician, Katie Thompson, who is performing a cover a day as part of the campaign.
Music Details:

Artist: Katie Thompson
Song: You Can Leave Your Hat on
Composer:  Katie Thompson
Album: n/a - Live Recording
Label: RNZ Recording

Artist: Katie Thompson
Song: Buzzcut Season
Composer: Lorde
Album: n/a - Live Recording
Label: RNZ Recording

Artist: Katie Thompson
Song: Second Chance
Composer: Liam Finn
Album: n/a - Live Recording
Label: RNZ Recording

2:30  NZ Reading: Another instalment of  'Crete 1941 Eyewitnessed'  our account of The Battle for Crete seventy years ago, between New Zealand, Australian and British forces and the German army.
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MUSIC DETAILS      
Senorees Apotin Kopsi (Greek National Anthem) by N.Mantzarus Arr: E.Banks [Studio-G G-CD-07]  Dur: 0:44

2:45  Feature Album -  Déjà Vu - the second album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, and first with Neil Young (1970)

3:10  Food, Wine and Movies
Food - Richard Till - Quick and easy coq au vin

Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin

Wild River Waipara Riesling 2011 $14
Tony Bish Fat n Sassy Chardonnay 2013 $23
Pegasus Bay Aria Late-Picked Riesling 2012 $37

3.26 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan

IDA                     
1hr 22mins; M: Adult Themes
Polish with English Subtitles
4.5 Stars

X-Men: Days of Future Past           
2hrs 11mins; M: Violence & offensive language
Director: Bryan Singer

TV Picks
Sunday Night :
Prime TV @ 8.30pm
Making NZ

Broadchurch - TV1

3:45 Bridget Mills with 'what the worlds is talking about' today: The singers with the greatest range, and that Michael Jackson performance at the Billboard Music Awards was no hologram. How the BBC intends to rate its staff; you might like to try this in your own organisation. How you can get the weightlessness of space in a flight that costs you a fraction of what Richard Branson and co are planning. The new budget space flights. Well you don't go into space but would you care? The biggest brand in the world now, Paul McCartney's bad run of luck in Tokyo continues, the Nazi salute isn't racist rules a Swiss court, it's your intentions that are important, and the very cool ship tracker website that lets you keep track of every ship at sea now, including, I notice, fishing boats off our coast, where they are, what their speed and course are. Photos of the boats.