Nine To Noon for Wednesday 17 September 2008
Nine to Noon for Wednesday 17 September 2008
09:05 World Financial Turmoil
Don Brash, Former Reserve Bank Governor
09:15 World Financial Turmoil
Joseph Stiglitz, eminent American economist and former Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank
09:25 SPCA CSI
Steph Saunders, SPCA senior inspector for Otago. She has gained new skills from a three day forensic veterinary conference in Florida, USA, including investigative technique advice from the Miami CSI team.
09:35 Election Campaign
Prime Minister Helen Clark.
10:05 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay
10:15 Murray Ball
Murray Ball, cartoonist, creater of Footrot Flats. Recently released his new book Footrot Flats: The Long Weekender.
10:35 Book Review with Emma Hart
The Good Plain Cook by Bethan Roberts
Published by Serpent's Tail
ISBN 978 184 668 6658
10:45 Book Reading: Mr Allbones' Ferrets by Fiona Farrell
(Episode 8 of 10)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Artist Of The Week is Mick Hucknall & Simply Red. Mick has just released his first-ever solo album. "Tribute To Bobby" is a tribute to veteran r & b vocalist Bobby "Blue" Bland.
1. Holding Back The Years (4:30) - Simply Red taken from 1985 album Picture Book" (Elektra)
2. If You Don't Know Me By Now (3:24) - Simply Red taken from 1989
album "A New Flame" (Elektra)
3. Stars (4:08) - Simply Red taken from 1991 album "Stars" (East West)
4. Ain't That Lovin' You (3:07) - Mick Hucknall taken from 2008 album
"Tribute To Bobby" (Simplyred.com)
11:30 Legal commentator Catriona MacLennan
11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett
Today Graeme reviews recent releases Rain of the Children, Wall-E, and The Forbiden Kingdom.