Nine To Noon for Friday 20 September 2013
09:05 America's Cup
Todd Niall, Radio NZ correspondent in San Francisco.
09:10 Plight of low cost health clinics
Sally Nichol, Hutt Union Health Service manager; and Hiueni Nuku, Porirua Union Health Services manager.
09:25 Matt Friedman, international expert on human trafficking
Matt Friedman is an international expert on the issue of human trafficking with more than 20 years of experience as an activist, program designer, evaluator and manager, including former regional manager of the UN International Project on Human Trafficking. Matt is a member of the Mekong Club, a movement fighting the business of human slavery. He is speaking at the Salvation Army conference Just Action this week, and also spoke at the Prevent People Trafficking Conference in New Zealand in April.
09:35 America's Cup Race 13 called off
Todd Niall, RNZ correspondent in San Francisco.
09:40 Reaction from the Royal NZ Yacht Squadron to the America's Cup race being delayed
Lauren Baker, RNZ reporter.
09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
10:05 Peter Farrell - author, former prison guard and former director of Te Papa
Author Peter Farrell on his unconvential bohemian upbringing in 1940s Britain, including growing up at a Free School with his solo mother and how he came to move to New Zealand, and went from prison guard in a remote jail to a director of Te Papa.
10:35 Children's book review with John McIntyre
The Hero of the Hill by Joy Cowley
illustrated by Philip Webb
Published by Scholastic (ISBN 978-1-77543-196-1)
The Three Little Pigs by Gavin Bishop
Published by Scholastic (ISBN 978-1-77543-156-5)
The Three Bears....sort of by Yvonne Morrison
illustrated by Donovan Bixley
Published by Scholastic (ISBN 978-1-77543-068-1)
10:45 The Reading Civilisation, written and read by Steve Braunias
Winner of the General Non-fiction category at the 2013 New Zealand Post Book Awards.
The stories of people in small-town New Zealand – Winton
11:05 Music review with Jeremy Taylor
New music from Volcano Choir, Aoife O'Donovan, and a re-release from Rod Stewart.
Artist: Volcano Choir
Title: Tiderays - track 1
Composer: Volcano Choir
Title: Acetate - track 1
Composer: Volcano Choir
Artist: Aoife O'Donovan
Title: Lay My Burden Down - track 1
Composer: Aoife O'Donovan
Label: Yep Roc
Artist: Rod Stewart
Title: Maggie May (Early Version)- track 3
Composer: Stewart/ Quittenton
Label: Mercury/ Universal
11:30 Sports commentator Duncan Greive
America's Cup highlights make or break moments; challenges of refereeing; and Lydia Ko.
11:45 The Week That Was, with Te Radar and Irene Pink
Music played in this show
Lauren Thomson and Tami Neilson: 'No Good For My Soul'
from Lauren Thomson's 2013 album Chanteuses & Shotguns
BB King: 'Bad Luck Soul'
(a 1961 single)
Collapsing Cities: 'Seriously'
from their 2008 album Elixir Always