Nine To Noon for Wednesday 13 February 2013
09:05 NZ First MP's inflammatory statement about Muslims
Richard Prosser is the NZ First MP who wrote an opinion column in 'Investigate' magazine about Muslims which has attracted a widespread backlash.
09:20 Pope's resignation leaves him open to legal action
British Human Rights Lawyer says Popes resignation leaves him open to legal action over his role in covering up sexual abuse by priests. Geoffrey Robertson QC, author of The Case of the Pope: Vatican Accountability for Human Rights Abuses.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
The huge drugs scandal in Australian sport, and the asylum seekers deal with New Zealand.
10:05 John Mowbray - rare goods auctioneer
The managing director of Mowbray Collectables started the Otaki-based business back in 1963, specialising in stamp auctions. Mowbray Collectables owns 49% of Webb's art and jewellery auctioneers and 25% of Sotheby's Australia, one of the largest art auction houses in Australia. Mr Mowbray is a former president of the NZ Stamp Dealers Association and the International Federation of Stamp Dealer Associations.
10:35 Book Review with Graham Beattie
My Brother's Keeper by Donna Malane
Published by HarperCollins
10:45 Reading: The Open Accounts of an Honesty Box by Julie Helean (Part 5 of 12)
Martha visits Jinx at her campervan at night. Jinx is a bit drunk, upset at her dog Playdough's sickness, and is persuaded to help build a local toilet. Martha pretends her own car is a courtesy vehicle from the garage to help keep her in Easy. Gareth returns to the Cuthbert's to shoe Paula's horse and is invited for dinner.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Eric Burdon
Eric Burdon is the former lead singer of The Animals, who has just released a new solo album called "Til Your River Runs Dry".
He started out with The Animals over 50 years ago. The band was part of the first British invasion with hits like It's My Life, Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, We Gotta Get Out Of This Place and, of course, House Of The Rising Sun. When the original Animals split, Burdon moved to California, embracing the hippie culture and scoring with songs like Monterey, San Franciscan Nights and Sky Pilot. In 1970 he teamed up with funk band War for the amazing Spill The Wine. Recently he released a 4-song EP with The Greenhornes at the end of 2012 and has just released a solo album of his career with "Til Your River Runs Dry".
1. I'm Crying (2:46) - The Animals taken from 1964 single (MGM)
2. Spill The Wine (4:52) - Eric Burdon & War taken from 1970 album "Eric Burdon Declares War" (MGM)
3. Can You Win (3:47) - Eric Burdon & The Greenhornes taken from 2012 EP "Eric Burdon & The Greenhornes" (Readymade)
4. Water (4:19) - Eric Burdon taken from 2013 album "'Til Your River Runs Dry" (ABKCO)
11:30 Legal commentator Deborah Hollings
The implications of the UK case where a rape victim committed suicide after being cross examined in court.
11:45 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles
Shark research and Helicobacter pylori.
Music played in this show
TITLE: Hey Now
ARTIST: Talking Heads
ALBUM: True Stories
TIME PLAYED: 10:06am
TITLE: Tennesse Me
ARTIST: The Secret Sisters
ALBUM: The Secret Sisters
TIME PLAYED: 11:48am