Nine To Noon for Wednesday 16 July 2008
Nine to Noon for 16 July 2008
09:05 Bot-Net Crime
Paul Bresson, FBI spokesperson discusses the worldwide investigation into Bot-net crime, in which criminals remotely control computers of unsuspecting individuals to commit cyber crime.
09:15 Cyber Crime
Maarten Kleintjes, from the Police Electronic Crime Lab. A NZ teenage hacker has been discharged without conviction for his role in an internal cyber crime ring - and could end up helping police target other hacking masterminds.
09:20 Indian immigration scams
Verpal Singh, Secretary of NZ Sikh Association - claims immigration scams are rife within small section of Indian community in NZ.
09:30 Large Hadron Collider - Atom smasher
James Gillies, from European Organiation for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva. The aim is to smash protons moving at 99.999999% of the speed of light into each other and so recreate conditions a fraction of a second after the big bang. The LHC experiments try to work out what happened.
09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay
10:05 Five year old abbducted child Cina Ma
Crown Xu, family friend of kidnapped Cina Ma
10:10 Political Marketing
Professor Phil Harris, who coined the term "machiavellian marketing" to describe political lobbying by businesses.
10:30 Book Review with Catriona Ferguson
The Rehearsal by Eleanor Catton
Published by Victoria University Press
ISBN 978 086 473 5812
10:45 Reading. 'Of a Boy' by Sonya Hartnett (Part 8 of 10)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
"Artist Of The Week" is John Mayer
1. Neon (4:40) - John Mayer taken from 2008 album "Where The Light
Is: Live In Los Angeles" (Columbia)
2. Why Georgia (4:27) - John Mayer taken from 2008 album "Where The Light Is: Live In Los Angeles" (Columbia)
3. Wait Until Tomorrow (4:19) - John Mayer taken from 2008 album
"Where The Light Is: Live In Los Angeles" (Columbia)
4. Waiting On The World To Change (3:50) - John Mayer taken from 2008 album "Where The Light Is: Live In Los Angeles" (Columbia)
11:30 Legal commentator Catriona MacLennan
11:45 Film review with Graeme Tuckett