Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 6 June 2014

 

1:10   Best Song Ever Written - Judy Blakey of Mairangi Bay nominated 'The Times Are Changing' by Bob Dylan.

1:20   NZ Live - acoustic duo, Siamese Charades (Wn studio)

2:10  D Day - Jonathan Tucker: Today is the 70th anniversary of D-Day, the largest seaborne invasion in modern history, in which no New Zealand ground forces took part - or at least, that's been the accepted view.
New Zealanders were definitely involved, serving on the ships and planes which carried more than 150 thousand troops to France.
But one amateur historian believes he has proof to show that one New Zealander did actually set foot on a beach, Gold Beach to be precise, one of the five sectors of Normandy coast targetted by Allied forces.
Southlander Jonathan Tucker says the discovery of three simple words in the diary of Brigadier James Hargest could change New Zealand history.
Simon talks with the amateur local historian and drama teacher at James Hargest College, Jonathan Tucker.
 
2:20  La Leche League Celebrate 50 Years - Sonia Sly 
 Motherhood comes with many challenges and one of the biggest hurdles for many women is breastfeeding. We take a look at the volunteer organisation which has been supporting mothers for the past 50 years.

2:30  NZ Reading - Part 4 of Fiona Farrel's  reading of her recent publication  'The Broken Book'

2:45  Feature Album -  Milk and Honey - John Lennon's 8th and final album, released in 1984.

3:10 Food, Wine and Movies

Food - Sachi Nomura
Miso Walnut Brownie
Weekend Wine - Yvonne Lorkin
Cheap and Cheerful
Shingle Peak Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013 $10 (supermarket special)
Mid Price Magic
Mount Brown Waipara Sauvignon Blanc 2013 $14
Treat Yourself
Cloudy Bay Marlborough Chardonnay 2012 $39
Movie Reviews - Sarah McMullan
Edge of Tomorrow
Fantail (NZ)
The Fault in our Stars

3:45  Panel Pre-Show - Bridget Mills
Bridget Mills today with what the world's talking about: The Canadian shooter who's killed the three police officers. Abundant social media evidence of his psychological derailment beforehand. Do we need the algorithms to find these people? The perfect seat in a plane, an ear is being grown in a museum in the style of Vincent Van Gogh and using family DNA, why hungry people prefer bigger partners, and why it's a bad idea to go into a zoo wearing a gorilla suit.