Nine To Noon for Wednesday 21 November 2012
09:05 Christchurch property owners in the CBD whose land is earmarked for the central city redevelopment fear they will lose millions because the government offers will be too low
Peter Whittaker, co-owner of the Kenton Chambers building on the corner of Hereford and Liverpool streets in the Eastern frame; Antony Gough, managing director of Hereford Holdings Ltd, a major property owner in Christchurch's central city; and Warwick Isaacs, director of the Christchurch Central Development Unit.
09:25 Charities blame recession and donor fatigue for funding drying up
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Feature guest - Yvonne Mackay
Managing director and chief producer of ProductionShed.TV. who had a very long association with the late Margaret Mahy.
10:35 Book review with Quentin Johnson
I'm Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen by Sylvie Simmons
Published by Jonathan Cape
10:45 The Reading: The Trouble with Fire by Fiona Kidman
A series of short stories by Fiona Kidman.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week
Arlo Guthrie managed to emerge from the shadow of his legendary father, Woody as a counter-culture comedian/singer with his 1967 recording Alice’s Restaurant. It was so popular that it made made into a film directed by Arthur Penn and starring Arlo. Guthrie went on to perform at Woodstock and have the biggest hit of his career with Steve Goodman’s City Of New Orleans. He’s still performing these days.
1. Alice's Restaurant Massacree (6:00) - Arlo Guthrie taken from 1967 album "Alice's Restaurant" (Reprise)
2. Comin' Into Los Angeles (3:03) - Arlo Guthrie taken from 1969 album "Running Down The Road" (Reprise)
3. City Of New Orleans (4:30) - Arlo Guthrie taken from 1972 album "Hobo's Lullaby" (Reprise)
4. Patriot's Dream (2:51) - Arlo Guthrie taken from 1976 album "Amigo" (Warner Bros)
11:20 Law commentator Grant Illingworth
The difference between government and parliament.
11:45 Science commentator Simon Pollard
What’s so hot about chillies?
Music played in this show
Bright Eyes: 'First Day of My Life'
from the 2005 album "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning"
Amparo Sanchez: 'Quisiera, Pero…'
from her 2010 album "Tuscon Habana"