Nine To Noon for Friday 3 June 2011
09:05 Celebrities risk fines for misleading endorsements of finance companies
Steven Price, Wellington barrister specialising in media law.
09:20 The future of corruption-ridden soccer body FIFA
Andrew Jennings, investigative journalist and author, who has uncovered corruption and scandal within FIFA in several documentaries for the BBC's Panorama programme.
09:30 New Zealand is to be guest of honour at next year's Frankfurt Book Fair, the world's largest book show
Juergen Boos, director of the fair, which has about 7,000 exhibitors from over 100 countries.
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
The Mongols protest in China and why Japan's prime ministership is a revolving door.
10:05 Innovation and commercialisation: how to grow a company that will succeed on the international stage
Doug Clevely is the CEO of Argenta, Animal Health Company based in Auckland.
10:30 Childrens Book Review with John McIntyre
Gypsy Day on the Farm by Jennifer Beck illustrated by Lisa Allen
Published by New Holland
A Bigger Digger by Brett Avisonm, illustrated by Craig Smith
Published by Five Mile Press
10:45 Reading: The Life and Times of a Brown Paper Bag by Kevin Milne (Part 8 of 8)
Kevin Milne shares a remarkable, amusing and sometimes very moving autobiography
Audio of this story will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 New Music with Chris Bourke
Artist: The Secret Sisters
Track: Tennessee Me - tk 1, 2'28"
Album: The Secret Sisters
Composer: Laura and Lydia Rogers
Artist: The Webb Sisters
Track: Baroque Thoughts - tk 1, 3'31"
Composer: Charley and Hattie Webb
Artist: Randy Newman
Track: Dixie Flyer - tk 1, 3'21"
Album: The Randy Newman Songbook Vol 2
Composer: Randy Newman
Artist: Allen Toussaint/Lee Dorsey
Track: Yes We Can - 3'29"
Album: Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky - the Hit Songs and Productions 1957-1978
Composer: Allen Toussaint
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
The Highlanders' new rugby jersey, the potential implications of the Crusaders' loss to Reds for the All Blacks and the upcoming announcement on NZ Cricket's captaincy.
11:45 Week That Was with Steve Wrigley and Michele A'Court