Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Tuesday 10 March 2015

1:10 Your Song

Something In The Water by Pokie LeFarge.  Chosen by Mark Rogers (PH)

1:20 The Critics

1. TV review - Irene Gardner (PH)
2. Music - Roger Marbeck (AK - with CDs)
3. Books - Cushla McKinney (PH) 4. Web - Ele Ludeman (PH)

2:10 Twenty years of the Warriors - Dean Bell

Twenty years ago today more than 28 thousand people flocked to Ericsson Stadium in Auckland for a special event in the history of New Zealand sport.

On the 10th of March 1995, the Warriors rugby league team played its first match in the Australian Rugby League, the NRL. They took on the Brisbane Broncos, losing an exciting game 25 to 22. And this wasn't just a big day for rugby league. This match came several months before rugby union dropped its amateur status. League here went professional first. The Warriors captain in that first match was Dean Bell.

2:20 Women's Yachting - Liz Wardley (PH)

Liz Wardley talks about the success of the all-female Team SCA in the Volvo Round The World Yacht Race. She's a career sailor, and was the first woman to with the Sydney to Hobart race. The teams are currently in Auckland resting up before they head off on Sunday for the sixth leg of the race, which will take them to Brazil [topics] Sport [regions] Auckland [tags] Volvo Ocean Race, Liz Wardley

2:30 Festival Review (AK)

Justing Gregory and others review the Auckland Arts Festival

2:45 Feature album

McCartney (1970). Paul McCartney

3:10 Feature interview - Asne Seierstad

On July 22 2011, Anders Behring Breivik dressed up like a police officer and shot 69 people, mostly teenagers, attending a Labour Party Camp on a lake island near Oslo Norway. Just before the massacre, he set off a bomb near government buildings killing 8 people. Norwegian journalist Asne Seierstad gives a comprehensive and vivid account of that terrible day, and the troubled life of the man whose rampage has deeply affected the entire nation.    

3:35 Science and environment stories

Stories from Our Changing World.

Glenfern Sanctuary is a private fenced sanctuary on northern Great Barrier Island, and Alison Ballance joins sanctuary managers Scott Sambell and Emma Cronin for a walk to find out how they're working to turn the late Tony Bouzaid's vision into a lasting forest legacy.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

With Zoe George, Jim Mora, Mai Chen and Wendyl Nissen

 

MUSIC DETAILS

Tuesday 10 March

YOUR SONG:

ARTIST: Pokie LeFarge

TITLE: Something In The Water

COMP: Pokie LeFarge

ALBUM: Something In The Water

LABEL: Rounder Records / Universal

THE CRITICS

Artist: Buena Vista Social Club

Track: Bruca Manigua

Title: Lost & Found

Composer: Arsenio Rodriguez

Label: World Circuit

Artist: Kitty Daisy & Lewis

Track: It Ain’t Your Business

Title: The Third

Composer: K, D & L Durham

Label: Sunday Best / Shock Records

Artist: The Avener & Phoebe Killdeer

Track: Fade Out Lines (The Avener rework)

Title: The Wanderings of the Avener

Composer: Phoebe Killdeer (writer) / Cedric Le Roux & Craig Walker (composers)

Label: 96 Musique / Capitol Records

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Paul McCartney

TITLE: Maybe I'm Amazed

COMP: McCartney

ALBUM: McCartney

LABEL: CAPITOL 746611

ARTIST: Paul McCartney

TITLE: Teddy Boy

COMP: McCartney

ALBUM: McCartney

LABEL: CAPITOL 746611

ARTIST: Paul McCartney

TITLE: Every Night

COMP: McCartney

ALBUM: McCartney

LABEL: CAPITOL 746611

ARTIST: Paul McCartney

TITLE: That Would Be Something

COMP: McCartney

ALBUM: McCartney

LABEL: CAPITOL 746611

PANEL HALF TIME:

ARTIST: Dean Martin

TITLE: Memories Are Made Of This

COMP: Terry Gilkyson / Richard Dehr / Frank Miller

ALBUM: The Essential Dean Martin

LABEL: Capitol 598487