Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 20 March 2015

1:10 Your Song

Becoming Something Other by Chris Knox.  Chosen by Dan O'Sullivan of New Brighton

1:20 NZ Live - Paper Cranes

Pop-folk group the Paper Cranes perform in our Auckland studios

2:10 Monopoly - Kenneth Koury

A rare honour has come the way of Queenstown as it has secured a place on the global Monopoly Board. It will occupy one of the light blue properties, along with Cape Town and Taipei, on the game Monopoly Here and Now: World Edition board game. It was New Zealand's only nominated destination and Queenstown competed against 80 other cities About four million people voted to decide which cities made the board. Kenneth Koury is an attorney based in Los Angeles. But he's also an internationally known Monopoly player, and coach. And he's been retained by Parker Brothers, owners of Monopoly,  to prepare the United States Champion for international play

2:15  Sister ships dock in Auckland - Chris Frame

Two Queens are making a rare joint appearance in Auckland. It's the first time the Queen Mary Two and its sister ship, the Queen Victoria, have been docked together since the 1940's. Queen Mary Two is the Cunard flagship and is the world's largest ocean liner. Chris Frame is a maritime historian and author specialising in the Cunard ships

2:20 Eyewitness - Red Cross Local Legend, Margaret Rankine

Lynda Chanwai-Earle meets Red Cross and local legend Margaret Rankin. An Eastbourne resident, Margaret will never forget one of the worst storms ever to hit our coasts.  Witnessing the sinking of the Wahine in 1968, Margaret was determined that her community would be prepared for any disaster in the future

2:30 Festival Review - Justin Gregory

Justin and friends review the Auckland Arts Festival

2:45 Feature album

Tango In The Night - Fleetwood Mac 

3:10 Food, Wine and Movies

3.11  Fresh Fast Food - Julie Biuso's Spicy Fish with Curry Leaves 

3.20  Weekend Wine - Belinda Jackson

Brown Brothers Dolcetto & Syrah $15
A fun red with sweeter, fruity flavours – ideal served chilled as it has this slightly bubbly nature.

Domain Romanin Macon-Villages 2013
A white Burgundy for $18?! From the southern end of Burgundy, this lovely Chardonnay offers a mineral character, fairly light use of oak and a balanced acidity with smooth, citrusy Chardonnay fruit flavours. Tremendous value and ideal to enjoy on its own or with light dishes.

Mount Riley ‘Seventeen Valley’ Pinot Noir 2012 $30ish
Light with lots of berry fruit but balanced with a savoury tang, a lovely wine for those  who enjoy Pinot but don’t want too big a wine – medium bodied with some toasty oak.

3.30 Movie Review - Sarah McMullan reviews; X-Y, Insurgent and Home

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

With Jim Mora, Julie Moffett, Chris Wikaira and Megan Nichol-Reed

 

MUSIC DETAILS

Friday 20 March

YOUR SONG:

ARTIST: Chris Knox
TITLE:  Becoming Something other
COMP: C.Knox
ALBUM: Beat
LABEL: Flying Nun 804442

FEATURE ALBUM:

ARTIST: Fleetwood Mac
TITLE:   Little Lies
COMP:  Christine McVee/Eddy Quintela
ALBUM: Tango In The Night
LABEL: WARNER 925471

ARTIST: Fleetwood Mac
TITLE:   Seven Wonders
COMP:  Sandy Stewart/Stevie Nicks
ALBUM: Tango In The Night
LABEL: WARNER 925471

ARTIST: Fleetwood Mac
TITLE:   Everywhere
COMP:  Christine McVee
ALBUM: Tango In The Night
LABEL: WARNER 925471

3:40PM Song

ARTIST: Eric Clapton
TITLE:   Tears In Heaven
COMP:  E.Clapton
ALBUM: Unplugged
LABEL: Reprise 245024

PANEL HALF TIME:

ARTIST: Mozart
TITLE:   Concerto No.3 in G Maojor K.216 - 3rd movement
COMP:  Mozart
ALBUM: Violin Concerto No 3 & 5
LABEL: DG 410020-2