Nine To Noon for Wednesday 12 December 2012
09:05 David Bain compensation report
Jonathan Eaton, Criminal lawyer for Rex Haig - whose murder conviction was quashed by the Court of Appeal in 2008 after serving 10 years in prison. His plea for compensation for wrongful conviction and imprisonment was rejected by the government in 2009; and Professor Kevin Dawkins, criminal law professor at University of Otago.
09:25 Investigation into child sex offenders
Detective Kate Smith heads the Counties Manukau Police Child Exploitation Unit. She was recently recognised by the Australasian Council of Women and Policing as the Most Outstanding Female investigator from Australasia and the Islands.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Big Year interview: Anglican Bishop of Wellington, Justin Duckworth
Justin Duckworth's journey from a radical lifestyle serving marginalised people on society's fringes, to being ordained the Anglican Bishop of Wellington.
10:35 Book Review with Harry Broad
The Nek: A Gallipoli Tragedy by Peter Burness
10:45 Reading: Silks by Fiona Kidman (Part 1 of 3)
When her husband becomes seriously ill in Hanoi, his wife keeps vigil and thinks back to the beginning of their relationship, those memories prompting the affirmation and renewal of her love.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Morrissey
1. Everyday Is Like Sunday (3:36) - Morrissey taken from 1988 album "Viva Hate" (Sire)
2. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side (3:38) - Morrissey taken from 1992 album "Your Arsenal" (Sire)
3. Irish Blood, English Heart (2:37) - Morrissey taken from 2004 album "You Are The Quarry" (Sanctuary)
4. Something Is Squeezing My Skull (2:38) - Morrissey taken from 2009 album "Years Of Refusal" (Lost Highway)
11:30 Legal commentator Ursula Cheer
How the law attempts to deal with hoaxes and pranks in the media that lead to harm.
11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnson
An exhibition of art that's no longer 'art'; a conclusion to the squabble between the American tax department and the heirs of a New York art dealer; and different approaches to showing collections in two new museums.
Music played in this show
Andrew Keoghan: 'Wheels Keep Turning'
from his 2011 album "Arctic Tales Divide"