Nine To Noon for Wednesday 10 October 2012
09:05 Housing changes in Napier
Shantalle Brown, the spokesperson for a group of concerned Maraenui residents, calling themselves Tu Tangata Maraenui, which organised a community meeting last night.
09:25 Is science good for the economy?
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
The latest on the Alan Jones saga and the shocking revelations at an inquest into the death of a young Brazilian student who died after being tasered by police in Sydney.
10:05 Daniel Simpson - Former New York Times Balkans correspondent
Daniel Simpson on why he quit his prestigious job to set up a music festival, and got caught up with a bad crowd.
A Rough Guide to the Dark Side by Daniel Simpson, published by Zero Books
10:35 Book Review with Paul Diamond
New Zealand's London: A Colony and Its Metropolis by Felicity Barnes
Published by Auckland University Press
10:45 Reading: Shooting the Moon by V M Jones read by Matt Whelan
In this sequal to the award-winning novel Juggling with Mandarins the hero Pip McLeod is in his mid teens, wrapped up in his own emotions, and learning the hard way, what matters most of all. (Part 8 of 10, RNZ)
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Beth Orton
English singer-songwriter Beth Orton got her start in the early 1990s working with William Orbit and The Chemical Brothers before releasing her debut album, Trailer Park, in 1996. Orton combined elements of folk and electronica producing one of the most distinctive debuts of that era. Since then she has focussed more on the folky side. Her new album, The Sugaring Season, has just been released and his her first after a six-year layoff.
1. She Cries Your Name (4:46) - Beth Orton taken from 1996 album, "Trailer Park" (Heavenly)
2. Stolen Car (5:25) - Beth Orton taken from 1999 album, "Central Reservation" (Heavenly)
3. Shopping Trolley (2:52) - Beth Orton taken from 2006 album, "Comfort Of Strangers" (EMI)
4. Candles (3:45) - Beth Orton taken from 2012 album "The Sugaring Season" (Anti-)
11:30 Legal commentator Mai Chen
The lobbying disclosure Bill.
11:45 Science correspondent Siouxsie Wiles
Music played in this show
Julien Dyne: 'Off My Feet' (featuring Tyra Hammond)
from Dyne's EP 'Phantom Limbo'