Nine To Noon for Friday 6 December 2013
09:05 Match-fixing allegations rock NZ cricket
Former New Zealand representative on the ICC's anti-corruption panel, sports lawyer Tim Castle on the allegations of match-fixing against three Kiwi cricketers.
09:20 Damning audit into Christchurch disability facility
Dr Peter Wilkinson, who quit his job at Brackenridge because over his serious concerns for patient and staff safety.
09:30 Wikileaks on the year of the deliberate data breach
Wikileaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson on the organisation's big year – helping whistleblower Edward Snowden, continuing to dodge charges for Julian Assange, and still making disclosures of secret government documents from all over the world.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
On the future of Pacific tuna; questions around the sexual exploitation of children and forced marriages in logging camps in the Solomon Islands; and the Kiribati climate refugees.
10:05 Feature Interview: Anya von Bremzen - Russian-born food writer
Anya von Bremzen is a Russian-born food writer and novelist, who now lives in the USA. She has written five cookbooks, including Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking (a memoir of food and longing), published by Doubleday. Anya von Bremzen is also a contributing editor at Travel + Leisure magazine and her articles have appeared in The New Yorker, Food & Wine, Saveur, and the Los Angeles Times.
10:35 Book Review with Tilly Lloyd
Peter McLeavey: the Life & Times of a NZ Art Dealer by Jill Treveleyan, published by Te Papa Press
10:45 The Reading Wulfsyarn: A Mosaic by Phillip Mann
Wilberfoss is struggling to remember what really happened in the crash of his spaceship, The Nightingale - or is it that he does not want to remember? (Book 2, Part 5 of 10)