Nine To Noon for Friday 10 May 2013
09:05 Future of Auckland housing
Special residential brownfield developer Mark Todd; Darryl Evans, chief executive of the Mangere Budgeting Services Trust; and David Wilson, director of Institute of Public Policy, AUT, who says the council needs greater power to make decisions.
09:30 Should heli-hunting be banned?
Snow Hewetson, NZ Deerstalkers Association and operator of Huntahr, a free range, fair chase guided hunting operation based in Marlborough. He takes clients on-foot into the high country; and Don Patterson, outfitter and professional hunter who runs a business at the headwaters of the Rakaia River in the Southern Alps.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Michael Field
10:05 UK actor, comedian and author Tony Robinson
The amateur historian, TV presenter and political activist is well known for playing Baldrick in the BBC TV series Blackadder and for hosting the British programmes Time Team and The Worst Jobs in History. He is also a member of the Labour Party, serving on its National Executive Committee, and has written sixteen children's books.
10:35 Book review with Anne Else
Blood and Beauty by Sarah Dunant
Published by Hachette NZ
10:45 Reading: The Conductor by Sarah Quigley
Read by Peter Bland
The story of the writing and historic performance of Shostakovich's 7th Symphony during the siege of Leningrad.
(Part 10 of 15)
11:05 Music review with Sean McKenna
Vampire Weekend, Savages, and Public Service Broadcasting.
Artist: Vampire Weekend (www.vampireweekend.com)
Songs: Finger Back, Hannah Hunt
Comp: Vampire Weekend
Album: Modern Vampires of the City
Song: She Will
Album: Silence Yourself
Artist: Public Service Broadcasting
Songs: Night Mail, Everest
Comp: Public Service Broadcasting
Album: Inform - Educate - Entertain
Label: Test Card Recordings
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos
11:45 The Week That Was with James Elliott and Elisabeth Easther
Music played in this show
Title: I Heard It Though The Grapevine
Artist: Gladys Knight and The Pips
Title: Lose the game
Artist: L.A. Mitchell