Nine To Noon for Friday 25 January 2008
Chris Abbott, report author and Howard Broad, Police Commissioner. A new report from Oxford Research Group (ORG) explains, for the first time, how the likely impacts of climate change will force dramatic changes to the policing and law enforcement environment.
09:20 Career Change
Robert Auton. From merchant banking to blueberries - he joins us from his blueberry patch in Matakana, north of Auckland
Omaha Blueberries Ltd.
09:40 Tara Expedition update
Grant Redvers, NZ Environmental Scientist on Tara Expedition
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Extinct Animals
Interview with Rex Gilroy, cryptozoologist and self taught naturalist seeking proof that extinct animals like the moa and tasmanian tiger are still around.
10:30 Best Books of 2007. Mary McCallum and Quentin Johnston share their favourite books from 2007.
10:45 Reading. "Just Who Does he think He Is?" (Part 3 of 10) written & read by George Webby
11:05 Music with Manu Taylor
Cat Power - "Jukebox" - Matador Records OLE794-2 - Track 8 I believe in you
Bob Marley & The Wailers - "Roots, Rock, Remixed" - Tuff Gong/Roots Rock Music/Quango RRCM R0701
Track 4 Sun Is Shining
The Jazz-Tempered Trio - "Bach In Black" - Maximum Records 3/007 - Track 4 Prelude in e minor
11:30 Sport commentator Richard Becht
11:45 Week That Was
Radar and Gemma Gracewood take a light hearted look at the events that shaped this week.