Nine To Noon for Wednesday 28 March 2012
09:05 Is Huawei, the Chinese technology giant helping expand NZ's broadband network, posing a risk to our cyber security?
John Suffolk, the Global Head of Cyber Security for Huawei and the former UK Government CIO & CISO (2006-2011); and Adam Segel, a Senior Fellow for Counterterrorism and National Security Studies with the US Council on Foreign Relations - where he specialises in technology and development in China, cyberconflict, cybersecurity.
09:30 Making secondary education more relevant for jobs in the real world - will a new initiative help get more young people into work?
Mark Oldershaw, Chief Executive, Industry Training Federation.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Liz Williams - life in the Armed Offenders Squad
Liz Williams is NZ police officer, formerly in the Armed Offenders Squad, she is now working in child protection - she is the all Otago rural and family violence co-ordinator for Central Otago Police (children at risk and family violence).
Five Foot and Fearless: a woman on the front line in New Zealand's Armed Offenders Squad.
Published by Penguin
10:35 Book Review with Quentin Johnson
Scott of the Antarctic by David Crane
Published by Fourth Estate
10:45 Reading: Gifted by Patrick Evans, told by Stuart Devenie
Patrick Evans's fictional tale of the relationship between writers Frank Sargeson and Janet Frame, the young woman who in the mid-1950s arrived to stay in the old army hut beside his Takapuna house and wrote her first full-length novel there .
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Music with Marty Duda
Artist of the Week - Yes
British prog-rockers Yesare due to play their first-ever NZ show at Auckland's Vector Arena this coming Sunday (Apr. 1). The band has gone through a large number of personnel changes over the years with members leaving and returning and forming their own side groups along the way. Their NZ show will be among their first with a new lead singer.
Listeners can check an interview with bass player Chris Squire (the one constant band member over the years) on www.13thfloor.co.nz along with an interview with former keyboard player Rick Wakeman.
1. Every Little Thing (5:24) - Yes taken from 1969 album, "Yes" (Atlantic)
2. Your Move (3:30) - Yes from 1971 album, "The Yes Album" (Atlantic)
3. Going For The One (5:30) - Yes taken from 1977 album, "Going For The One" (Atlantic)
4. Owner Of A Lonely Heart (4:30) - Yes taken from 1983 album, "90125" (Atlantic)
11:30 Legal commentator Ursula Cheer
A defamation case in the UK involving the qualified privilege defence and why that's significant for New Zealand.
11:45 Science correspondent Simon Pollard
Why science and scientists have such a bad reputation.