Nine To Noon for Friday 1 November 2013
09:05 Cleaning up drug use in the aviation industry
Graeme Harris, Director of Civil Aviation for the CAA. A major report by the Transport Accident Investigation Commission on the Carterton ballooning tragedy calls for legislation to address drug use in all forms of transport.
09:20 Roma and human rights
Nils Muiznieks, Council for Europe's Commissioner of Human Rights
09:35 Radio New Zealand's new youth online project
Marcus Stickley heads the team launching Radio New Zealand's new youth website The Wireless, aimed primarily at the 800,000 New Zealanders aged between 18 and 30. It’s the culmination of a years-long exploration by the state-owned broadcaster into the provision of a non-commercial, national youth network. The Wireless is not a radio broadcast network, but a website service for those who predominantly consume their media online.
09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
10:05 Mark Cocker - British naturalist and author
Norfolk-based Mark Cocker is naturalist, environmentalist and author of nine books. He spent seven years writing his latest book, Birds and People, (published by Random House) which describes and maps humans' engagements with birds.
10:35 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre
The Life and Art of Lynley Dodd by Finlay Macdonald
Published by Penguin Books ISBN 978-0-143-56796-7
The Teddy Bear's Promise by Diana Noonan
Illustrated by Robyn Belton
Published by Craig Potton Publishing ISBN 978-1-877517-79-2
Toucan Can by Juliette MacIver
Illustrated by Sarah Davis
Published by Gecko Press ISBN 978-1-877467-54-7
10:45 Reading: Passion, a short story by Tracy Farr, read by Carol Smith
A long distance love affair is sustained by culinary invention and ritual. Love, loss and resurrection with fine food and wine.
11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Featuring Paul McCartney, Bailter Space and Sebastien Tellier
Artist: Paul McCartney
Title: Early Days
Label: Virgin EMI
-new solo album from ex-Beatle, his 16th, and first since Memory Almost Full in 2001. Production by Giles Martin, Mark Ronson, Ethan Johns, Paul Epworth.
Artist: Bailter Space
Composer: Bailter Space
Label: Arch Hill
- new album from NZ dream pop/ noise trio, ex-Flying Nun. 2/3 of band now resident in New York, this was actually recorded before last year's Strobosphere.
Artist: Sebastien Tellier
Title: L'Amour Naissant
Composer: Sebastian Tellier
Label: Record Makers
- 5th album from French singer-songwriter-instrumentalist.
11:30 Sports with Duncan Greive
Steven Adams' NBA debut, the early rounds of the Rugby League World Cup and a changing of the guard for sports radio.
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Michele A'Court
Music played in this show
James Hunter: 'Ain't Going Nowhere'
from his 2008 album The Hard Way
Joy Division: 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'
from their 1988 compilation Substance