Nine To Noon for Thursday 1 November 2012
09:05 Attempts to protect what is seen as the most pristine marine ecosystem - the Ross sea, appear to have failed
Dave Ainley, US marine bird scientist involved in an international campaign to protect the Ross Sea from all fishing.
09:30 US presidential election: impact of the storm, where the polls are at
Stephen Mills, director of UMR Research who is in New York for the US presidential election.
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
10:05 Ruth Herbert - family violence
Long-time campaigner against family violence, Ruth Herbert, who's heading Owen Glenn's independent inquiry into the issue.
10:30 Book Review with Tina Shaw
Outsiders: Stories from the Fringe of New Zealand Society by Gerard Hindmarsh
Published by Craig Potton Publishing
10:45 Reading. 'A Bum Steer' by Owen Marshall
A trout fishing trip with a know-it-all boss leads to information and power. Please note: this story isn't available to listen to again online for copyright reasons.
11:05 New Technology with Donald Clark
Is Apple losing its shine; DARPA's next big challenge; remote controlled lightbulbs.
11:30 Surveying youth attitudes - What matters the most to young people?
Alex Woodley is the director of Point Research, which was commissioned by Youthtown NZ to do the first Youthtown Voice of New Zealand survey.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Music played in this show
Time Played: 09:30
Title: Sweet Spot
Artist: Tift Merritt
Album: Traveling Alone
Label: Yep Roc
Time Played: 11:25
Title: Chase The Seasons
Artist: Liam Finn
Label: Liberation 401104
Time Played: 11:45
Title: I'm All Right
Artist: Sharon Van Etten
Comp: Van Etten
Label: Jagjaguwar 220123