Nine To Noon for Friday 13 May 2011
09:05 Priorities for the new Christchurch "disaster czar"
Roger Sutton, chief executive of networks company Orion has taken up a five-year contract as the CEO of the Christchurch Earthquake Reconstruction Authority, the top bureaucrat in the post-quake city.
09:25 SlutWalk protests
A controversial viral campaign sparked by a Canadian police officer's comments about women's dress has shifted onto the streets of North America, with other marches being planned around the world.
Sonya Barnett, co-founder of Slutwalk Toronto.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
The new brinkmanship going on with Fiji Rugby, Samoa's plans to move the dateline and HMNZS Canterbury and the Americans tour Tonga and Vanuatu.
10:05 Wil Anderson
Wil Anderson has won several awards for his comedy including the People's Choice award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - for the second year in a row. His award winning show The Gruen Transfer looks at the world of advertising, and was the ABC's highest rating regular series. He also hosted the spin-off election specials Gruen Nation - which were the highest rating shows on the network since Kath and Kim in 2003.
10:30 Book Review with Harry Broad
Making Sheep Country: Mt Peel Station and the Transformation of the Tussock Lands by Robert Peden
Published by Auckland University Press
10:45 Reading: Called to the Bar by David Hill
Chloe, a retired high school teacher with a fond tolerance of the young, challenges Captain Metallica as to the rightful ownership of a Honey'N Meganuts Fruit Bar. Read by Danny Mulheron.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
More FIFA corruption allegations, sectarian violence in Scottish football and claims referees might be unwittingly biased towards the All Black's at the Rugby World Cup.
Album: Sing Along With The Yoots
Song: Hoki Mai
Album:Delta Swamp Rock (Sounds from the South: At The Country of Rock, Country and Soul)
Songs: Bobbie Gentry - Papa, Won't You Let Me Go to Town With You
The Allman Brother - Ain't Wastin' Time No More
11:45 Week That Was with Jeremy Elwood and Pinky Agnew