Nine to Noon on Friday 6 June

9:05 Bill Sutch SIS file revealed

Interview with Helen Sutch, daughter of Bill Sutch the former public servant who was tried and aquitted of spying for the Russians in the 1970s. The SIS file has now been released.

9:35 VortexDNA

Nick Gerritson, from VortexDNA, talks about a fundamental, universal mathematical principle that explains how natural systems like black holes form, how fish populations converge in the ocean, how tornadoes develop, and even how the world wide web is continually expanding.

Christchurch-based company, VortexDNA, has discovered that the pattern can also be used in mapping human consciousness - it can accurately predict the very way people think.

9:50 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

10:05 Adventure with a Purpose

Richard Bangs, an American who has spent thirty years in adventure tourism and travel writing. Author of Adventure with Purpose, he is in New Zealand courtesy of Tourism New Zealand, for World Environment Day events.

10:30 Book Review: Dreamland by Tom Gilling

Reviewed by Laura Kroetsch
Published by Text Publishing, ISBN 978 1 921145 79 7

10:45 Book Reading: The Wailing Pool, a short story by Maggi Danby

11:05 Music review with Manu Taylor

The Black Keys - Attack & Release (Shock Records)
Anna Rugis - Traffic In Gold (redEar)
Le Trio Joubran - Majaz (Randana)

11:30 Sport commentator Richard Becht

11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Irene Pink