Nine To Noon for Friday 30 August 2013
09:05 Ross investors left out of pocket by Ponzi scheme pin their hopes on test case
Bev Nicholson, Ross investor who lost everything; Bruce Tichbon, Ross Asset Management Investors Group spokesperson; and DLA Phillips Fox partner Iain Thain, a lawyer specialising in commercial litigation, regulatory issues and insolvency.
09:30 Archaeologist honoured for his research into the origins of the civilisation that built Angkor Wat
Otago University archaeologist Professor Charles Higham, who has been honoured at the 2013 Shanghai Archaeology Forum for his decades of research into the origins of the civilisation that built Angkor Wat.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Michael Field
10:05 Rick Gekoski, author of Lost, Stolen or Shredded
Rare book dealer, writer and broadcaster who was the chair of the 2011 Man Booker International Prize. He is the author of Lost, Stolen or Shredded: Stories of Missing Works of Art and Literature.
10:35 Book Review with Don Rood
Encounters: The Creation of New Zealand, A History by Paul Moon
Published by Penguin, RRP$55.00
10:45 Reading: Presents, a short story by Dan Davin
Read by Ken Blackburn.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Sheep, Dog & Wolf, Jackson and his Computerband and Ty Segall.
Artist: Sheep, Dog & Wolf
An Incomprehensive Catalogue
Label: Lil Chief
Artist: Jackson and his Computerband
Comp: Jackson Fourgeaud
Artist: Ty Segall
Song: The Man Man
Label: Drag City
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos
Next week the IOC decides where the 2020 Olympic Games will be held and which sports will be in there; Ma'a Nonu, the world's best second five-eighth, simply can't find a home; and the soccer World Cup qualifier in Wellington in November.
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Pinky Agnew
Music played in this show
Echo & The Bunnymen: 'The Killing Moon'
from their 1984 album Ocean Rain