Nine To Noon for Friday 30 September 2011
09:05 Future of Canterbury University as it struggles to attract students after the earthquake
Dr Rod Carr, Vice Chancellor of Canterbury University; Sandra Grey, national president of the Tertiary Education Union; and Kohan McNab, president of the Canterbury University Students' Association.
09:30 What impact is Australia's world-first move to ban branding on cigarette packs likely to have on smoking rates?
Anne Jones is the chief executive of ASH Australia (Action on Smoking and Health).
Australia is about to completely ban branding on cigarette packages, and has recently banned advertising for cigarettes at retail outlets as well as smoking in cars with children - what impact are the changes expected to make?
09:45 Pacific correspondent Michael Field
Saving coral atolls, how many coconuts are needed to keep Tokelau off imported fuels, and Fiji's plight now that the rugby side has fallen over in Rugby World Cup.
10:05 Jayne Parsons - Blind NZ cycling champion
Waikanae athlete who lost her sight at 21 at the hands of her ex-husband. She took up blind cycling in 2005 and went on to win a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics and a gold medal in the Paracycling World Track Championships this year with her pilot, former Olympic rower Sonia Waddell. She is one of 25 finalists in Next magazine's Woman of the Year awards.
10:35 Book review with Harry Broad
The Affair by Lee Child
Published by Bantam Press
A portrait of a family at their bach, told from five different points of view. The location connects them but the perspectives are very different.
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos
The unfair treatment of minnow nations in the Rugby World Cup and the Warriors prepare to play Manly in the Australian National League Grand Final.
11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Gemma Gracewood