Nine To Noon for Friday 27 March 2009
09:05 Helen Clark appointment to UNDP
Farhan Haq, spokesperson for UN Sec Gen Ban Ki Moon; and Colin Keating,
NZ's former Ambassador to the UN, and President of its Security Council, and now heading an independent think tank monitoring the UN.
09:20 Number of people diagnosed with HIV is the highest ever
Rachael Le Mesurier, Executive Director of the NZ AIDS Foundation
09:30 Frugal Dad
As the global economic situation continues to worsen, many people are thinking about or being forced to trim their budgets.
Jason White is the founder of www.frugaldad.com
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Middle East intelligence
Robert Baer, former CIA operative, considered world expert on middle east intelligence.
10:25 Children's books with John McIntyre
The Duck in the Gun by Joy Cowley
Illustrated by Robyn Belton
Published by Walker Books ISBN 978-1-921150-83-8
The Forgotten Taniwha by Robyn Kahukiwa
Published by Puffin ISBN 978-014352-003-0
Piggity Wiggity Jiggity Jig Goes to Dad's Cafe by Diana Neild
Illustrated by Philip Webb
Published by Scholastic ISBN 978-1-86943-910-0
10:45 Reading.How To Catch A Cricket Match by Harry Ricketts
Episode10 of 10
An entertaining exploration of that great game.
11:05 Music with Manu Taylor
Taylor Swift - "Fearless" - 2009 Big Machine Records / Universal
Rosy Tin Teacaddy - "The Homeward Stretch" - 2009 Rosy Tin Teacaddy / Earl
Grey Records EARLGREY 002
Samsom Nacey Haines Trio - "Open To Suggestions" - 2009 Ode Records
11:30 Sport with Martin Devlin
11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Pinky Agnew