Nine To Noon for Wednesday 7 May 2008
On Nine to Noon
9:05 Emissions Trading Scheme
The Government is delaying the introduction of petrol to emissions trading scheme. Interview with Prime Minister Helen Clark; Jeanette Fitzsimons, Green Party co-leader; and Peter Dunne, United Future leader
9:20 Sexual abuse in Australia tribal lands
A report into sexual abuse in Australia tribal lands finds sexual abuse rife. Boni Robertson is a Professor of Indigenous Policy at Griffith University in Brisbane.
9:45 Australia Correspondent Paul Barclay
10:05 Child Protection
Dr Mike Wessels is a consultant to a number of UN agencies on the most serious child protection issues of our time. He's in New Zealand to share his knowledge - and the real life stories - of child soldiers, children affected by war and children starved by their own governments. He also explains why there must be hope for the future.
Learn more about child soldiers at www.childfund.org.nz/urgentappeals
10:30 Book Review: Remember Me by Melvin Bragg
Reviewed by Laura Kroetsch
(Published by Sceptre, ISBN 978 034 095 1224)
10:45 Book Reading: Dances With Marmots by George G. Spearing
Read by Jason Whyte. Episode 8 of 10.
11:05 Artist of the Week with Marty Duda - Steve Winwood
Gimme Some Lovin' - The Spencer Davis Group
From the 1967 single
Empty Pages - Traffic
From the 1970 album John Barleycorn Must Die
While You See A Chance - Steve Winwood
From the 1981 album Arc of a Diver
I'm Not Drowning - Steve Winwood
From the 2008 album Nine Lives
11:30 Law with Catriona McLennan
11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett
I'm Not There - Bob Dylan biopic, starring 6 different actors -including Cate Blanchett - as Dylan
Second Hand Wedding (Wellington made low budget comedy)
Human Rights Film Festival.