Nine To Noon for Tuesday 12 February 2008
On Nine to Noon Today
9:05 East Timor
Phil Goff is the New Zealand Minister of Defence and Fran Mold is the Deputy Political Editor at TVNZ.
09:20 9/11 Charges
Barry Zelman's brother was killed in the North Tower; and Father Stephen Petrovich is the National Chaplain at the 9/11 Rescue Workers Foundation.
9:30 Rights of Americans to hang washing on the line
Alex Lee is the Executive Director of Project Laundry List in the US.
9:45 US correspondent
Richard Adams is editor of The Guardian in Washington.
10:05 Feature Interview - Graeme Revell
New Zealand born and raised, Graeme Revell is a composer who has a strong career in the US composing soundtracks for films, television, and video games
10:30 Book Review: Memory: An Anthology
Edited by Harriet Harveywood & A.S. Byatt
Published bt Chatto & Windus
ISBN 978 070 1177 379
Reviewed by Mary McCallum
10:45 Book Reading: The Sound of Butterflies by Rachael King
(Part 3 of 11)
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
11:30 Frozen Funds Charitable Trust
The purpose of the Frozen Funds Trust is to provide grants for projects run by/for the people who use mental health or intellectual disability services. John Sutherland is the chairman of the Sutherland Self Help Trust, which has distributed more than 22 million dollars in the past 60 years; and Anne Helm was a Lake Alice and Cherry Farm patient in the 1970's.
11:45 Media with Phil Wallington