Nine To Noon
Wednesday 16 June 2010, with Kathryn Ryan
09:05 All Whites make NZ football history at World Cup
09:20 All Whites make NZ football history at World Cup
Matthew Cooper, New Zealand fan who was among thousands attending NZ's match against Slovakia at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg.
09:30 Fresh water management
Lachlan McKenzie, Federated Farmers' dairying and envirnoment spokesman; Russel Norman, Green Party co-leader; and Nick Smith, Environment Minister.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
Australia's Sustainable City Index, racism in rugby league and the mining tax battle.
10:05 Peter England
Kiwi-born former CEO of Elizabeth Arden and Chicago Children's museum.
10:30 Book Review with Graham Beattie
Burning Wire by Jeffrey Deaver
Published by Hodder & Stoughton
10:45 Reading: The Life And Death Of Laura Friday (And Of Pavarotti, Her Parrot) a black comedy by David Murphy
(Part 12 of 12, RNZ)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Marty's feature artist: Wanda Jackson
1. I Gotta Know (2:29) - Wanda Jackson taken from 1956 single (Capitol)
2. Let's Have A Party (2:07) - Wanda Jackson taken from 1960 single (Capitol)
3. The Box It Came In (2:24) - Wanda Jackson taken from 1965 single (Capitol)
4. You Know I'm No Good (4:32) - Wanda Jackson taken from 2010 single (Third Man)
11:30 Legal commentator Catriona MacLennan
Legal options for nations wanting to halt Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean.
11:45 Science commentator David Haywood
Bike helmets and why a giant atom bomb-powered pogo stick never took off.
Audio from Wednesday 16 June 2010
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
All Whites make NZ football history at World Cup ( 23′ 31″ )
09:08 With Barry Glendenning - Deputy sports editor of guardian.co.uk and Matthew Cooper- an NZ fan who was at NZ's match against Slovakia.
Fresh water management ( 20′ 23″ )
09:30 With Lachlan McKenzie - Federated Farmers' dairying and environment spokesman. Russel Norman - Green Party co-leader. Nick Smith - Environment Minister.
Australia correspondent - Ray Moynihan ( 7′ 11″ )
09:52 Australia's Sustainable City Index, racism in rugby league and the mining tax battle.
Feature guest - Peter England ( 34′ 28″ )
10:10 Kiwi-born former CEO of Elizabeth Arden and Chicago Childen's museum.
Book Review - Burning Wire ( 4′ 46″ )
11:08 Written by Jeffrey Deaver, reviewed by Graham Beattie and published by Hodder and Stoughton.
Music - Marty Duda ( 9′ 39″ )
11:12 This weeks artist is Wanda Jackson.
Law - Catriona MacLennan ( 15′ 04″ )
11:30 Legal options for nations wanting to halt Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean.
Science - David Haywood ( 10′ 57″ )
11:48 Bike helmets and why a giant atom-bomb powered pogo stick never took off.