Nine to Noon for Friday 26 September 2008

9:05 Wall Street bailout

Dr Bruce Greenwald, economist and banking expert

9:20 Are Auckland and Northland beaches being plundered?

Ian Bright, Ministry of Fisheries Auckland District Compliance Manager; and Keith Ingram, Ministry of Fisheries 'honorary fisheries officer' - Keith is the East Auckland HFO area coordinator and caught the woman who had the Mercedes confiscated.

9:30 Good Night Bush

Gan Golan and Erich Origen, authors of the parody book "Goodnight Bush" based on the popular childrens book "Goodnight Moon"

9:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan

10:05 The Life and Times of Auckland

Unmistakably Auckland: Gordon McLaughlin charts a life-long love-affair with our most unique city.

10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre

Rugby For Rosie by Francis Adlam
Published by Mallinson Rendel
ISBN 978-1-877423-16-1

Night Hunting by Deborah Burnside
Published by Penguin
ISBN 978-0-14-530396-1

A Birthday In The Life of Ozzie Kingsford by Val Bird
Illustrated by Rebecca Cudney
Published by Random House
ISBN 978-1-86941-986-8

My Story Sabotage by Sharon Holt
Published by Scholastic
ISBN 978-1-86943-821-1

10:45 Reading: Wearable Music by Joy Cowley

11:05 Music review with Manu Taylor

Mariza - Terra
2008 Capitol Records/EMI
50999 2 29423 2 6

Delta Spirit - Ode To Sunshine
2008 Rounder Records/Dew Process

The Sugars - The Curse Of The Sugars
2008 Bad Sneakers Recordings

11:30 Sports commentator Richard Becht

11:45 Week That Was

Resident comics Radar and Gemma Gracewood review the week that was, with a comedic twist.