Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Monday 29 September 2014

SHOW NOTES:

1:10 Best song ever written.  Bob Aschebrock of Wainuiomata nominates Dream Weaver - Gary Wright

Nga Taonga Sound Vision1:20 NZ Retro: The Year - 1979

It was the year Winston Peters entered parliament. 

The new executive wing of Parliament, known as the Beehive, was fully completed and occupied.

In November - Dunedin's Evening Star ceased publication after 116 years.

And Th' Dudes' 'Be Mine Tonight' was awarded the top song honour at the New Zealand Music awards

Archival audio supplied by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision.

2:10 Drones - Toby Mills.  Business is "taking off" for a Masterton sound technician whose interest in drone technology has seen a considerable growth in demand for his services.

2:20 Onehunga Ferry Service - Jim Jackson.  Might a regular ferry service be the key to unlock the Manukau Harbour's potential?    

2:30 NZ Reading.  Today we begin a  reading of Jenny Pattrick's novel 'Landings'.  The book tells the tales of a diverse community that live along the banks of the Whanganui river at the turn of last century.  Martyn Sanderson and Stuart Devenie begin the tale. 

2:45 Feature album.  Barbra Streisand's latest album 'Partners'. 

3:10 Zak Ebrahim has written a book called The Terrorist's Son - a story of choice.

3:30 Voices

Meemee Phipps is the New Zealand Chinese author of the novel Destinies Divided.  It's her second work of fiction in a trilogy exploring the Chinese diaspora and cross-cultural romance between Maori and Chinese during the First World War.  Meemee describes some of her own personal history to Lynda Chanwai-Earle. 

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show.  Jim Mora, Zoe George, Chris Wikaira and Ellen Read discuss what the world is talking about.