Nine To Noon for Friday 24 October 2008
09:05 Electoral Commission findings
Rodney Hide, ACT Party Leader and Winston Peters, New Zealand First Party Leader.
09:20 Sir Edmund Hillary to be honoured with annual rugby match between NZ and England
All Black Greats Colin Meads and Ian Jones on a new rugby trophy honouring the man hailed by many as the greatest-ever New Zealander.
09:30 What colour are our dreams
Eva Murzyn, PhD psychology student at University of Dundee in Scotland - researching how what we watch on TV or in films in our childhood impacts on whether we dream in black and white or colour.
09:45 Pacific Correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Preservation of natural refuges for threatened flora and fauna
Dr Michael Tobias, an ecologist, historian, filmmaker and author. He is a leading light in the "sanctuary" movement, which draws on ethical traditions from around the world to create and preserve natural refuges for threatened flora and fauna.
10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre
Duck, Death and the Tulip by Wolf Erlbruch
Published by Gecko Press
Home And Away by John Marsden illustrated by Matt Ottley Published by Lothian
Cat on The Island by Gary Crew illustrated by Gillian Warden
Published by Harper Collins
10:45 Book Reading: One of Life's Little Challenges a short story by Mary Bell Thornton
11:05 Music Review with Manu Taylor
Amy Dickson Smile - 2008 RCA/Sony BMG Music Entertainment 88697203072
Oasis - Dig Out Your Soul - 2008 Big Brother Recordings/Sony BMG Music Entertainment RKIDCD51
My Morning Jacket - Evil Urges - 2008 ATO Records/Spunk/EMI Music
11:30 Sport with Richard Becht
11:45 Week That Was with Radar & Gemma Gracewood