Nine To Noon for Wednesday 4 July 2012
09:05 Ewen MacDonald found not guilty of murder after two-year ordeal for Scott Guy's family
Helen Warboys, a friend of the Guy family, is Feilding's promotions manager and runs the Information Centre; and Ian McKelvie, Rangitikei MP, was mayor of Manawatu when Scott Guy was killed in July 2010.
09:20 How do families and communities recover from an unresolved murder?
Tricia Irving-Hendry, deputy chief executive of the Skylight Trust.
09:30 Boosting funding from private donors to arts and culture organisations
Peter Biggs is the spokesperson for Creative NZ's new Creative Giving programme, which will provide advice and support to selected arts and cultural organisations so they can increase the funding they receive from individual donors, businesses, trusts and foundations.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
Julia Gillard's meeting in Darwin with the Indonesian president about the on-going issue of asylum seekers; and the death of another Australian soldier in Afghanistan.
10:05 Feature guest - evolutionary biologist Andrew Read
Professor Andrew Read is the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics in the United States.
10:35 Book Review with Gyles Beckford
The Golden Door by AA Gill
Published by Hachette NZ/Orion
10:45 Reading: Smoking in Antarctica by Steve Braunias (Part 8 of 10)
In today's selected columns Steve engages with the glitterati of New Zealand literature.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Joe Jackson
Joe Jackson has a new album being released on Friday called The Duke. English rocker Joe Jackson started his recording career in the shadow of Elvis Costello and Graham Parker, two contemporaries who shared a similar vocal and musical sound. Jackson quickly established himself as an artist to be reckoned with with his 1979 debut album Look Sharp! Featuring the hit single Is She Really Going Out With Him? From there Jackson showed off his musical diversity by dabbling in 40's jump blues, salsa, classical and reggae. He has continued to broaden his musical horizons with his latest release. The Duke is a tribute to the music of Duke Ellington and, with the help of Sharon Jones, Iggy Pop and Steve Vai, Jackson puts his own stamp on The Duke's classic tunes.
1. Is She Really Going Out With Him? (3:35) - Joe Jackson taken from 1979 album, "Look Sharp!" (A&M)
2. Jumpin' Jive (2:42) - Joe Jackson taken from 1981 album, "Jumpin' Jive" (A&M)
3. Real Men (4:07) - Joe Jackson taken from 1982 album, "Night And Day" (A&M)
4. I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues (5:14) - Joe Jackson & Sharon Jones taken from 2012 album, "The Duke" (Shock)
11:30 Legal commentator Dr Ryan Malone
Dr Ryan Malone is a constitutional/public law commentator and director of Civic Square, which provides training on how Government works, plus policy and law-making. He's discussing how the conscience vote works, in light of the upcoming alcohol bill.
11:45 Science correspondent David Haywood
Films for scientists and engineers.