Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 26 February 2016

1:15 Political Protest or Violence? - Dr Bryce Edwards

Physical assults against our politians seem to be on the increase, and our next guest has been thinking about how we protest in New Zealand. Recent incidents like the sex toy thrown at Steven Joyce, mud thrown at Gerry Brownlee, and the Prime Minister being glitter-bombed, have created debate about the nature of political protest in New Zealand. Lecturer in politics at the University of Otago, Dr Bryce Edwards, has been thinking about what these things mean.

1:25 The World's Most Continuous High Five, Perhaps - Maria Swinburn

We're off to Greymouth, where 14 Greymouth schools, dozens of businesses and hundreds of members of the public have gathered at Rugby Park. And they've been on a mission, to set the world record, for a continuous high five. One of the organisers is Maria Swinburn, from the charity Parfitt Kids.

1:30 Critter Of The Week - Nicola Toki

Time now for our critter of the week - our weekly celebration of a native species whose survival is threatened but whose charisma is questionable. Nicola Toki, DOC's threatened species ambassador, finds a new species each week for us to discover. This week it's the Hutton's shearwater.

1:40 Wikinerds Explained - Dr Mike Dickison

If you're wanting to find out more about our Critter Of The Week, you can! Dr Mike Dickison and his fellow 'wikinerds' are working on the Critter Wikipage. Where you can find out more info about the critters we feature. Mike is the curator of natural history at Whanganui Regional Museum.

1:40 Favourite Album

Californication - The Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Chosen by Alex Milne. 

2:10 Kākano Cafe and Cookery School - Jade Temepara

She's a woman who's started a food revolution of sorts, in her backyard. She's started a new cafe and cookery school in Christchurch. But it's quite different from what you'd expect. It's based on healthy organic living and traditional Māori foods. Kākano is based around 240 square metres of organically grown food gardens, that are a focal point of its community activities. Jade Temepara is the woman beind the new enterprise.

2:15 New Zealand Society

Tales of life in Aotearoa.

2:20 NZ Live

Gothic/Acid Folk artist Aldous Harding performs live in our Christchurch studio. 

3:10 Food, Wine, Movies and Music for the Weekend

Jacob Brown, Owner/Chef at The Larder in Mirimar, provides a recipe for Jellyfish Salad.  

Wine Writer, Editor and Wine Educator, Joelle Thomson, discusses the Nelson wine region.

Film reviewer Dan Slevin has been to see Concussion and The Lady In The Van.

Zac Arnold previews what is coming up in this weekend's Music 101 programme.

3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

What the world is talking about with Jesse Mulligan, Jim Mora and Zara Potts.