Nine To Noon for Friday 17 October 2008
09:05 The panic on the markets - Brett Arends
Wall St. Journal columnist Brett Arends argues that Wall Street is in the grip of panic and that shares have fallen below their true worth.
09:20 Global financial crisis in perspective
Pavan Sukhdev, Deutsche Bank economist and head of EU-commissioned The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) review, which has found that the global economy is losing more money from the disappearance of forests than through the current banking crisis, according to an EU-commissioned study.
09:30 100 worst songs ever
Colin Bowles, author of I've been flushed from the bathroom of your heart: The 100 worst songs ever - published by Allen and Unwin.
09:45 Asia Correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 Feature Interview
Howard Zinn, historian, activist and author of A People's History of the United States.
10:30 Book Review with Phil Vine
Widows of Eastwick by John Updike
Published by Hamish Hamilton
ISBN 978 0241144 28 2
10:45 Book Reading
Whitewash Heads, a short story by D.A. Grishart
11:05 Music with Manu Taylor
Lizzy Parks - Raise The Roof
2008 Tru Thoughts Recordings
Chanelle Davis - Since Yesterday
2008 Chanelle Davis & Ode Recordings
Space Case - Retrospective
2008 Video Pacific Communications/Alma Jazz
11:30 Sport commentator Richard Becht
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Elizabeth Easther