Nine To Noon for Friday 7 September 2012
09:05 Review of biopsy errors
Can women have faith in the National Breast Screening Programme? Jenny Engels, one of the women whose biopsy samples were mixed up, resulting in an unnecessary breast removal; Don Mackie, Ministry of Health chief medical officer; and Libby Burgess, Chair, Breast Cancer Aeotearoa Coalition.
09:30 The 40th anniversary of the Munich Olympic massacre
The 1972 Munich Olympics was torn apart by the abduction and massacre of Israeli athletes. New Zealander Dick Tayler was at those Games - rooming right next door to the Israelis. He shares his memories of that shocking time in history.
09:45 Asia correspondent Greg Torode
Vietnam's submarine deal with Moscow and monks in Myanmar protest in support of deporting the Muslim Rohingya minority.
10:05 Albert Wendt - novelist, poet, painter
Albert Wendt, novelist, poet, painter, has been called the father of Pacific writing.
10:35 Children’s Book Review with Doris Mousdale
How Do You Say Thank You by Karamia Muller and Mark Peterson
Published by Beatnik
Farmer John's Tractor by Sally Sutton
Published by Walker Books
26 Storey Tree House by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton
Published by Macmillan
10:45 Reading: Misse, a short story by Peter Butler
Read by Shane Bosher. Eric falls in love with his locum's E-type Jaguar.
11:05 Music with Sean McKenna
Artist: David Byrne & St Vincent
Album: Love This Giant
Songs: Who, The Forest Awakes
Artist: The xx
Artist: Bill Fay
Album: Life is People
Song: This World (with Jeff Tweedy)
Artist: Sean Rowe
Album: The Salesman and the Shark
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
Tomorrow’s All Blacks/Argentina rugby match.
11:45 The Week That Was with Pinky Agnew and Michele A'Court