Nine To Noon for Friday 14 August 2009
09:05 Backlog of uninvestigated child abuse cases
John Angus, Children's Commissioner
09:20 Rural Bulletin - its future is in jeopardy
Margaret Chapman, president of Rural Women New Zealand.
09:30 AshleyMadison.com - website facilitating extramarital affairs
Noel Biderman, one of the founders of AshelyMadison.com.
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 Vince Cable - The Storm
UK politician, deputy leader and shadow finance spokesperson for the Liberal Democrat Party, and former chief economist at Shell who has written on the current economic climate in his new book - The Storm.
Vince Cable foresaw the economic downturn in 2000 - but his predictions were ignored.
10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre, from The Children's Bookshop, Kilbirnie, Wellington
The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
Published by Random House
Grace by Morris Gleitzman
Published by Penguin Viking
The Dark Blue 100 Ticket Bus Ride by Margaret Mahy
Published by Harper Collins
10:45 Reading. Roast Lamb - a short story by Adrienne M. Frater
A story about lies and how, once lied to, it is impossible to trust what a liar says. No matter how much like the truth it sounds.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
I Went To Visit The Roses by James Yorkston & the Big Eyes Family Players
From the album Folk Music
Video: James Yorkston & the Big Eyes Family Players - Martinmas Time
Ballinamore - the friendliest town in the world…probably
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Irene Pink