Nine To Noon for Tuesday 4 November 2008
09:05 Bali bombings
Daniel Whiston, a New Zealander who was at scene of 2002 Bali bombings and helped victims
09:30 Election Campaign
Helen Clark, Labour Party leader
09:45 USA correspondent Richard Adams
Washington editor of The Guardian - just a day out from the presidential election Richard brings us the latest on the frantic final campaigning.
10:05 Instant Memory Recall
Jill Price can remember every meal she ate, every TV programme she watched, every thing that happened on every day of her life since she was a child: Jill Price is blessed - or cursed - with perfect and instant recall. She is joined by Dr James McGaugh from the Centre Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at the University of California, Irvine.
Jill Price is the author of The Woman Who Can't Forget.
10:30 Book Review with Josie McNaught
Art Icons of New Zealand by Oliver Stead
Published by David Bateman Ltd
10:45 Book Reading: New Flags Flying by Ian Johnstone
(Part 2 of 5)
11:05 Business with Rod Oram
Business and Economic commentator Rod Oram takes a look at Labour's guarantee programme for wholesale bank deposits.
11:30 Audio Soundscapes
Bernie Krause left a career in making music for film soundtracks to record and preserve the soundscapes of the natural world. He has a Ph.D. in bioacoustics and is also remembered as the "Pied Piper" who lured a stray humpback whale from the Sacramento River Delta back to the Pacific Ocean through the use of sounds.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch
Denis questions whether the Dominion Post investigative reporter Phil Kitchin is "flogging a dead fish" over the so-called H-fee and now Meurantgate.