Nine To Noon for Wednesday 14 October 2009
09:05 Maori TV bid for Rugby World Cup free to air television rights
Ngahiwi Tomoana, Ngati Kahungunu Trust Board Chair; Derek Fox, former media manager for the Maori Party co-leaders, long time Maori broadcaster and manager; and George Andrews, who is pro public broadcasting, was a founder of TV3, a documentary maker, and an executive on the Screen Directors Guild.
09:30 Modelling world's extreme approach to body image
Dena Ashbaugh, model-turned-eating disorder recovery filmmaker. She fought a near 30 year battle with anorexia. She is in NZ as part of EDEN's Love Your Body campaign.
A row has broken out over a digitally altered image of a Ralph Lauren model, used in their advertising campaign. The original photo and the digitially altered image can be viewed on the Daily Mail website.
09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay
Rob Morrison, former investment banker and one of 30 international founders of Copenhagen Climate Council, which aims to pressure political leaders to seal a new climate change treaty to succeed the Kyoto Protocol.
10:30 Book Review with Paul Diamond
Truth by Peter Temple
Published by Text Publishing
10:45 Reading: Footprints In The Sand written and read by Sarah Boddy
The story of Beth who is seriously heart broken and Pete a paparazzi photographer who has no heart at all. (Part 3 of 5, RNZ)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Today's feature artist: Country star Rosanne Cash
1. Seven Year Ache - Rosanne Cash taken from 1981 album "Seven Year Ache" (Columbia)
2. The Wheel - Rosanne Cash taken from 1993 album "The Wheel" (Columbia)
3. Black Cadillac - Rosanne Cash taken from 2006 album "Black Cadillac" (Capitol)
4. Sea Of Heartbreak - Rosanne Cash & Bruce Springsteen taken from 2009 album "The List" (Manhattan)
11:30 Legal commentator Ursula Cheer
Defamation and libel in the digital age with online archives presenting potential risks.
11:45 Film teviewer Dan Slevin
Rom-com 500 Days of Summer, and British drama An Education, written by Nick Hornby.