Nine To Noon for Thursday 1 October 2009
09:05 Devastation in Samoa after Tsunami
Joe Anandale, husband of tsunami victim, funeral for wife held this morning.
09:10 Devastation in Samoa after Tsunami
Dr Ben Matalavea, doctor at Apia hospital.
09:25 Samoa tsunami
Superintendent Ross Ardern, New Zealand Police's Pacific Liason officer, who's based in Apia.
09:35 Margaret Moth - NZ camerawoman
Michael Holmes, CNN Correspondent who worked with Margaret Moth - NZ's first news camera woman, about whom a tribute documentary has been made by CNN.
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
10:05 Carol Drinkwater
British actress turned olive farmer who moved to France.
10:30 Book Review with Mary McCallum
Too Much Happiness by Alice Munro
Published by Chatto & Windus
10:45 Reading: Juggling with Mandarins by V M Jones
Pip feels he is being called on to fulfill sporting ambitions his father can no longer achieve. He is also struggling with his changing feelings for the girl next door. As well as learning to juggle mandarins, he learns how to juggle new feelings and relationships, and to succeed in indoor rock climbing. (Part 4 of 10, RNZ)
How computers are programmed.
11:30 Paul Cleave - crime novelist
Christchurch author whose crime novels have sold more than quarter of a million copies, and vye for the top spot on international best-seller lists with the likes of JK Rowling and Dan Brown.
11:45 Television Review with Simon Wilson
Fair Go's ad awards, and the new local drama, The Cult.