Nine To Noon for Wednesday 25 November 2009
09:05 Cedit card scam linked to Auckland City Council owned carparks
Andrew McKenzie, Auckland City Council's general manager of finance; and Daniel Ayres, Auckland-based computer forensic consultant and IT security consultant; his company is Elementary Solutions.
09:20 The age of official apologies
Official apologies for everything ranging from slavery and the Second World War to the global financial crisis are sweeping the western world. Mark Gibney, a professor of political science at University of North Carolina Asheville and co-editor of The Age of Apology: Facing Up to the Past, dissects "penitential engagement".
09:30 Young Scientist awarded
Jono Squire, a young Otago University scientist who's been recognised as one of the world's top young scientists for his work on energy production by nuclear fusion.
09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay
10:05 John Barnett - NZ film and television
John Barnett, TV and film producer and owner of South Pacific Pictures and the man behind homegrown TV shows Shortland St and Outrageous Fortune, and four of the top six highest grossing New Zealand films - including Sione's Wedding and the Oscar-nominated Whale Rider. He tells us about new projects in the pipeline and why he's making a foray into the social media arena.
MyHeartwill, a Global Social Legacy Network Designed to Create, Share and Store Family Memories for Generations.
10:30 Book Review with Catriona Ferguson
The Bradshaw Variations by Rachel Cusk
Published by Faber & Faber
10:44 Reading: The Vintner's Luck by Elizabeth Knox
(Part 13 of 15)
A story of love, life, wine and angels.
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
1. Angels (4:23) - Robbie Williams taken from 1997 album "Life Thru A Lens" (Chrysalis)
2. Rock DJ (4:18) - Robbie Williams taken from 2000 album "Sing When You're Winning" (Capitol)
3. Something Stupid (2:50) - Robbie Williams & Nicole Kidman taken from 2001 album "Swing When You're Winning" (Capitol)
4. Blasphemy (4:18) - Robbie Williams taken from 2009 album "Reality Killed The Video Star" (Virgin)
11:30 Legal commentator Mai Chen examines the greater protection of property rights
11:45 Steve Braunias - a journey through the arcade