Nine To Noon for Friday 1 February 2013
09:05 More than 190 jobs to go with the sale of the Oamaru wool spinning plant
Alex Familton, Mayor of Oamaru
09:10 More than 190 jobs to go with the sale of the Oamaru wool spinning plant
John Walley, Chief Executive of the NZ Manufactuers and Exporters Association.
09:25 What could the tough regulations contained in Horizons Regional Council's One Plan mean for the future of farming in the Manawatu region?
Michael McCartney, chief executive of Horizons Regional Council; and Andrew Hoggard, Manawatu dairy farmer, vice-chair of dairy section of Federated Farmers and Federated Farmers Manawatu provincial president.
09:45 Asia correspondent Greg Torode
The Philippines and China face off over the South China Sea.
10:05 The death of veteran broadcaster Sir Paul Holmes
Bill Francis is the CEO of the Radio Broadcasters Association and was Sir Paul's boss for 16 years.
10:15 Nick Poole - Collections Trust
Nick Poole is the CEO of the Collections Trust in the UK. The non-profit Trust has been helping cultural organisations unlock the potential in their collections for more than 30 years. He is also the Chair of the International Council of Museums UK and of the Europeana Council of Content Providers and Aggregators.
10:35 Book Review with Gail Pittaway
Ultimatum by Simon Kernick
Published by Century
10:45 The Reading: With Lots of Love from Georgia by Brigid Lowry
(Part 10 of 10)
While being stuck at home with glandular fever Georgia was hit with bombshells about; her father, her favorite band Natural Affinity and Hunter going to the movies with Mel.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Artist: Everything Everything
Artist: Parquet Courts
Album: Light Up Gold
Songs: Careers in Combat, Borrowed Time
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
Prospects for the Wellington Sevens and the news that New Zealand deer velvet has been found to contain a banned substance.
11:45 The Week That Was
With James Elliott and Elisabeth Easther.