Nine To Noon for Friday 9 July 2010
09:05 Haiti earthquake survivor
New Zealander Emily Sanson-Rejouis lost her husband Emmanuel and two of their three daughters, Kofie-Jade and Zenzie in the Haiti quake.
Her third daughter, Alyana, who was was just a year old at the time, was pulled alive from the rubble.
She's established a charitable trust in a bid to fufill her husband's dream to help impoverished children in Haiti.
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09:20 Google Earth
Lisa Parks, professor and chair of Film and Media Studies at the University of California Santa Barbara.
09:30 Winner of the Ultimate Southern Cheese Roll Competition
Right: Winner Joy Jones. Photograph by Strategy First Ltd.
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 Nigel Harris - violin maker
New Zealand born, UK-based violin maker and researcher.
10:30 Book Review with Harry Broad
Bad: NZ Crooks, Cranks, Creeps and Killers by Graham Hutchins
Published by Hodder Moa
Sensible Sinning by Bernard Brown
Incidents and personalities from Bernard Brown's long career in law.
(Part 7 of 11)
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Artist: The Broken Heartbreakers
Radio New Zealand live session for Music 101 June 2009
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
Caster Semenya permission to race as a woman again, Muttiah Muralitharan to retire from Tests, ICC vice-presidency, the All Black's test against South Africa and night surfing at Lyall Bay.
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Michele A'Court