Nine To Noon for Tuesday 5 February 2013
09:05 Football match-fixing scandal
Tim Vickery, BBC football journalist, based in Brazil.
09:30 The rights of New Zealanders living permanently in Australia
David Faulkner is a NZ rights advocate for New Zealanders living in Australia.
09:45 US commentator Jack Hitt
10:05 Glen Hansard - Oscar-winning Irish musician
His career has progressed from busking on the streets of his native Dublin to winning an Oscar - Glen Hansard has been a staple of the Irish music scene since forming The Frames in 1990 and is also one half of folk rock duo The Swell Season with Markéta Irglová. Hansard and Markéta went on to star in the 2006 indie film Once, where they composed and performed all of the original songs in the movie. Their song "Falling Slowly" received a 2007 Academy Award for Best Original Song and the soundtrack as a whole also received a Grammy nomination.
He's playing in NZ (backed by his band The Frames) on 13 March as part of the Auckland Arts Festival.
10:35 Book Review with Elisabeth Easther
Lifesaving for Beginners by Ciara Geraghty
Published by Hodder
10:45 The Reading: Kathleen's Antarctica (Part 2 of 2)
A glimpse into the relationship between explorer Robert Falcon Scott (Scott of the Antarctic) and his wife Kathleen Bruce, sculptor and late-night tango dancer, seen through their letters and journals of the time.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
The latest OCR decision by the Reserve Bank and the first major speech on the economy by Graeme Wheeler, its newish Governor; the departure of Don Elder, CEO of Solid Energy; and a prediction on Novopay.
11:20 Peter Holland - Home in the Howling Wilderness
Peter Holland is geography professor at Otago University and author of Home in the Howling Wilderness: Settlers and the Environment in Southern New Zealand.
Home in the Howling Wilderness explores the relationship between 19th century European settlers and the land they farmed in the South Island. Gleaning fresh perspectives from diaries, newspapers and other primary sources, he pieces together the challenges faced by Pakeha farmers, and addresses the environmental legacy they left behind.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
The legacy of Sir Paul Holmes; and the launch of TVNZ's new current affairs show Seven Sharp.