Nine To Noon for Wednesday 2 February 2011
09:05 Protests in Cairo
New Zealander Olaf Wiig is in Cairo working a cameraman for the American network, Fox News.
09:20 Anti-Government protests in Egypt
Mostafa Hussein is a doctor at El Nadim Center for Victims of Torture
09:30 Paul Brislen - TUANZ CEO
Technology journalist turned a PR spin doctor for a major telcommunications company, Vodafone... who is now an advocate for consumers of telecommunications.
Paul Brislen is the incoming chief executive of the lobby group TUANZ, the Telecommunications Users Association.
09:30 Odd Jobs - Peter Howcroft
Peter Howcroft, owner and director of the biggest high rise cleaning company in the country - Off the Ledge.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Opera Singer Phillip Rhodes
Phillip Rhodes is a New Zealand opera singer who grew up in foster care from the age of 9 in Flaxmere, Hawkes Bay and went on to win the Lexus Songquest in 2007. In 2008 Phillip was awarded a directors scholarship to attend the Cardiff International Academy of Voice under the tutelage of Dennis O'Neill. Phillip has since been awarded the Laurie Coon Scholarship (administered by the Dame Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation) and the Adastra Elite Scholarship.
10:30 Book Review with Kate Blackhurst
The Discovery of Jeanne Baret by Glynis Ridley
Published by HarperCollins
10:45 Reading:Into the Wider World, by Brian Turner
Brian Turner, the quintessential Central Otago man - celebrated poet, social commentator, wilderness wanderer and fly fisher - reads selections from his book. (Part 7 of 10)
11:05 Music review Marty Duda
Artist of the Week: English pop-rockers The Hollies
1. Bus Stop - The Hollies taken from 1966 single (Parlophone)
2. Dear Eloise - The Hollies taken from 1967 single (Parlophone)
3. Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress - The Hollies from 1971 album "Distant Light" (Parlophone)
4. Another NIght - The Hollies taken from 1975 album "Another Night" (EMI)
11:30 Employment lawyer Andrew Scott Howman
The growth of reverse discrimination cases.
11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston
The Government's report on cultural philanthropy that came out just before Christmas, and a new private museum in Tasmania.