Nine To Noon for Friday 15 May 2009
09:05 Sir Ed Hillary's papers
The director of Auckland's War Memorial Museum, Vanda Vitali, responds to claims by Sir Edmund Hillary's son, Peter, that the museum is not honoring his father's wishes with regard to items bequeathed to it in his will.
09:20 How the nutritional environment children grow up in affects their future health and susceptibility to disease.
Professor Mark Hanson - British Heart Foundation Professor of Cardiovascular Science at The University of Southampton. He is currently in New Zealand as a guest of the Liggins Institute.
Kevin Carroll talking about phenomenon of geocaching which combines GPS with orienteering and treasure hunting; Wayne Champion, NZ's most successful NZ cacher.
09:45 Pacfic correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Former Bishop of Edinburgh Richard Holloway
Former Bishop of Edinburgh Richard Holloway who's in New Zealand for the Writers & Readers Festival.
10:25 Book Review with John King
Dead Men's Dust by Matt Hilton
Published by John Murray
ISBN 978 034 097 8221
10:45 Reading: Llamas & Empanadas by Eleanor Meecham
Episode 10 of 10
Recounting her 5000 kilometre bicycle journey in the wilds of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.
11:05 Music review with Manu Taylor
Wild Bill Ricketts - "John Dryden" - 2009 Self Released WBR002
Richard Adams / Nigel Gavin - "Recent Works" - 2009 Ode Records CDMANU3004
David Kilgour and Sam Hunt - "Falling Debris" - Arch Hill Recordings 2008
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
11:45 The week that was with Radar and Elisabeth Easther