Nine To Noon for Friday 2 March 2012
09:05 The recommendations of the Foreign Charter Vessels inquiry
Glen Simmonds, researcher with the New Zealand Asia Institute at Auckland University's school of business. He co-wrote the report on mistreatment of crew members on South Korean vessels, which sparked the inquiry. The inquiry is recommending 15 measures to prevent abuse.
09:20 Surveillance in everyday life
Professor David Lyon, director of the Surveillance Studies Centre, at Queen's University, Canada where he is also Professor of Sociology and Law.
The latest news from the Pacific with Radio New Zealand International's Walter Zwiefel.
10:05 Superintendent Paula Rose - retiring after 27 years in road policing
Paul Rose has been the public face of the police's road safety campaign. During her tenure there has been a permanent lower speed tolerance during holiday weekends, a ban on cellphone use while driving and the introduction of zero alcohol allowance for teenage drivers. She was a New Zealander of the Year finalist.
10:35 Book review with John King
The Pleasures of Men by Kate Williams
Published by Michael Joseph
10:45 The Reading: Skin Writing - Series II by Jamie McCaskill, Whiti Hereaka and Miria George
Pushy is keen to do a full facial moko for a young Maori leader but the young man challenges Pushy about his reo. The business is then threatened because Matt tattooed a girl without asking for ID. Pushy is forced to make some changes.
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11:05 Music review with Jeremy Taylor
Bon Iver "Beth/ Rest", from the album "Bon Iver, Bon Iver" (Jagjagwar, 2011)
Kathleen Edwards "Empty Threat", form the album "Voyageur" (Zoe, 2012)
Roseneath Centennial Ragtime Band "Down By The Riverside", from their self-titled album (self released, 2011)
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
The Otago rugby and their financial disaster; and Jesse Ryder strikes (out) again...
11:45 The Week That Was with James Elliot and Irene Pink