Nine To Noon
Friday 4 May 2012, with Kathryn Ryan
09:05 The CEO who unmasked the man who committed one of New Zealand's largest frauds
Datasouth chief executive Hayley Bryan exposed Gavin Bennett, the former director of the IT company, who has been jailed for eight years on fraud charges involving more than $100 million.
09:30 Humane Urban Renewal: Transforming an inhospitable, crime ridden city
Enrique Penalosa, Colombian politician, former mayor of Bogota responsible for major changes to the city's transport infrastructure, including a bike paths network and the TranMilenio mass transit system.
09:45 Housing NZ tenants threatening others
Housing New Zealand is finding alternative accomodation for some of its tenants in the Wellington suburb of Newtown, after complaints of intimidation by other residents.
Jackie Pivac is Housing New Zealand's Wellington regional tenancy services manager; and Andrew King, president, Property Investors Federation.
10:05 Thomas de Wesselow - British art historian on the Shroud of Turin
Thomas de Wesselow is a British Art historian and investigator of Medieval images. He has new research on the Shroud of Turin which for centuries has been regarded by some as the burial cloth of Jesus – by others, as the most elaborate hoax in history.
After five years of painstaking study, Thomas reveals the results of his research in his book, The Sign. He believes he can prove beyond doubt that the Shroud is an authentic relic of Jesus and, that it inspired the belief in the Resurrection.
The Sign by Thomas de Wesselow
Published by Viking
10:35 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre
Taketakerau: The Millennium Tree by Marnie Anstis, illustrated by Patricia Howitt and Kelly Spencer
Published by Steele Roberts
The Eels of Anzac Bridge by Ali Foster illustrated by Viv Walker
Pubished by Wairarapa Archive/ Fraser Books
Born to Fly Illustrated by Andrew Burdan
Published by Huia Publishers
10:45 Reading: The Larnachs by Owen Marshall (Part 5 of 12)
Conny, feeling progressively more alienated from William, finds herself falling in love with Dougie.
11:05 Music review with Sean McKenna
Rufus Wainwright, Lee Hazlewood and Urban Tramper.
Artist: Rufus Wainwright
Album: Out of the Game
Song: Out of the Game
Artist: Lee Hazlewood
Album: The LHI Years: Singles, Nudes & Backsides 1968-1971
Song: Califia (Stone Rider) feat Suzi Jane Hokom
Artist: Urban Tramper
Album: Internet Freedom is Love
Song: Internet Freedom is Love
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Urzila Carson
Audio from Friday 4 May 2012
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The CEO who uncovered one of NZ's largest frauds ( 20′ 05″ )
09:06 Datasouth chief executive Hayley Bryan exposed Gavin Bennett, the former director of the IT company, who has been jailed for eight years on fraud charges involving more than $100 million.
09:31 How one of the world's most dangerous and inhospitable cities was transformed to become one of the most livable.
Housing NZ tenants ( 12′ 20″ )
09:45 Housing New Zealand is finding alternative accommodation for some of its tenants in the Wellington suburb of Newtown after complaints of intimidation by other residents at a block of flats.
Feature Guest - Thomas de Wesselow ( 28′ 21″ )
10:08 It has intrigued people for centuries. Some regard it as the burial cloth of Jesus - others have argued that the Shroud of Turin is a forgery and a hoax.
Children's Book Review with John McIntyre ( 9′ 51″ )
10:34 Taketakerau : The Millennium Tree by Marnie Anstis, illustrated by Patricia Howitt and Kelly Spencer, published by Steele Roberts. The Eels of Anzac Bridge by Ali Foster, illustrated by Viv Walker, pubished by Wairarapa Archive/ Fraser Books. Born to Fly illustrated by Andrew Burdan, published by Huia Publishers - all reviewed by John McIntyre.
New Music with Sean McKenna ( 14′ 29″ )
11:08 Rufus Wainwright, Lee Hazlewood and Urban Tramper.
Sport with Richard Boock ( 12′ 09″ )
11:39 John Wright and Wayne Smith.
Week That Was ( 11′ 04″ )
11:49 With Radar and Urzila Carson.