Nine To Noon for Friday 20 May 2011
09:05 Analysis of the 2011 Budget
Sir Paul Callaghan, hysicist, entrepreneur, Royal Society of London Fellow and New Zealander of the Year; and Shamubeel Eaqub, NZ Institute of Economic Research senior economist.
09:20 The 2011 Budget
Bill English, Finance Minister.
09:30 Malcolm Webster trial
Malcolm Webster thought he was going to get away with the perfect murder, but overnight a Scottish jury found him guilty of killing his first wife and attempting to kill his second wife, New Zealander Felicity Drumm. It was Scotland's longest criminal trial for a single defendant.
Felicity Drumm's sister, Aucklander Jane Drumm, was instrumental in getting the case against Webster reopened
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 Anna Sandiford - forensic scientist
Anna Sandiford, a forensic scientist who has worked on high-profile cases including David Bain retrial and Crewe murders. She started private consultancy The Forensic Group in Auckland and is the author of Expert Witness, a "real life look at inner workings of forensic science".
Expert Witness by Anna Sandiford, published by HarperCollins.
10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre
Dirt Bomb by Fleur Beale
Published by Random
New Zealand Hall of Fame - 50 Remarkable Kiwis by Maria Gill
Illustrated by Bruce Potter
Published by New Holland
10:45 Reading: Naked in Budapest, written and read by Heather Hapeta (Part 5 of 7)
Botswana fulfils all of Heather's dreams of Africa.
11:05 New Music with Chris Bourke
Chris Bourke looks at Robbie Robertson, Howe Gelb, plus something funky and something jazzy.
Artist: Robbie Robertson
Track: When the Night Was Young - tk 2
Album: How to Become Clairvoyant
Composer: Robbie Robertson
Artist: Howe Gelb & a Band of Gypsies
Track: Blood Orange - tk 6
Composer: Howe Gelb
Artist: Slim Green
Track: Shake 'Em Up - tk 1
Album: (Various Artists) Shattered Dreams: Funky Blues 1967-1978
Composer: Slim Green
Artist: Sumo Jazz
Track: 7.15 Time to Get Up - tk 1
Album: Throwing Salt
Label: Polyjazz CPJZ114
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
The prospect of a Martin Crowe come-back, and Richie McCraw expected to follow Dan Carter and stay in NZ after the World Cup.
11:45 Week That Was with Steve Wrigley and Elisabeth Easther