Nine To Noon for Wednesday 21 April 2010
09:05 Unofficial Rugby World Cup packages
David White, Operations director for Rugby Travel and Hospitality Ltd; and Ross Young, General Manager RWC Ltd.
09:20 New Zealand's Geospatial Strategy
Andrew Coote, a director of ConsultingWhere Ltd and is the Chair of the Association of Geographic Information Council in the UK and is in New Zealand to share his experience with our geospatial industry.
We already use the technology in one form or another without thinking too much about it through GoogleMaps, GPS, and iphone applications. And it's used throughout the public and private sectors to make farms more efficient, coordinate air and sea navigation, run emergency services and track climate change and rising sea levels.
But where will this burgeoning industry lead us in the future? How can it help the New Zealand economy and more importantly, how will it change our lives?
09:30 The importance of New Zealand children knowing our ANZAC and War history
Leon Davidson, Wellington school teacher and writer
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Spandau Ballet
Martin Kemp, musician and actor. Spandau Ballet plays at Auckland's Vector Arena on Thursday, 29 April.
10:30 Book Review with Graham Beattie
Recipe for Life by Nicky Pellegrino
Published by Orion
10:45 Reading: How to Make Your First Billion, by Matthew Solon
A fictionalised insight into Silicon Valley, the home of the global communications revolution (Part 3 of 10, BBC/Goldhawk)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Iggy Pop and the Stooges
1. 1969 (4:05) - The Stooges taken from 1969 album "The Stooges" (Elektra)
2. Search & Destroy (3:28) - Iggy & The Stooges taken from 1973 album "Raw Power" (Columbia)
3. China Girl (5:12) - Iggy Pop taken from 1977 album "The Idiot" (RCA)
4. I Want To Go To The Beach (2:52) - Iggy Pop taken from 2009 album "Preliminaires" (Astralwerks)
11:30 Legal commentator Dean Knight
Dean Knight discusses the Justice Bill Wilson conflict of interest saga.
11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett
Graeme Tuckett gives his opinion on Necessities of Life, Genova and Hot Tub Time Machine.