Nine To Noon for Friday 20 November 2009
09:05 Witi Ihimaera plagarism row
Keith Sorrenson, University of Auckland emeritus history professor; Sophia Blair, co-president NZUSA; Simon Bowden, Executive Director, Arts Foundation.
Pete Bethune, Earthrace skipper heading to Antarctic on anti-whaling mission.
09:40 Evolution - future of women
Stephen Stearns, evolutionary biologist at Yale University, says his research shows that shorter, heavier women tend to have more children - and if these trends continue for 10 generations, the average woman in 2409 will be 2 centimetres shorter and 1 kilogram heavier than she is today.
09:50 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 Grahame Sydney
Grahame Sydney, Central Otago artist, enthusiast and defender. Author of Promised Land - from Dunedin to the Dunstan goldfields, published by Penguin.
10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre, from the Children's Bookshop, Kilbirnie, Wellington
And Tango Makes Three by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell
Published by Simon and Schuster
When We Were Alone In The World by Ulf Nilsson Eva Eriksson
Published by Gecko Press
The Red Piano by Andre Le Blanc illustrated by Barroux
Published by Wilkins Fargo
10:44 Reading: The Vintner's Luck by Elizabeth Knox
(Part 10 of 15)
A story of love, life, wine and angels.
11:05 Music reviewer Sean McKenna
Album: Stroke - Songs For Chris Knox
1. Lambchop 'What Goes Up' (from Tall Dwarfs '3 EPs', 1994)
2. Don McGlashan 'Inside Story' (Polyfoto: Duck Shaped Pain & Gum, 1993)
Roger Shepherd interviews Chris Knox
Stroke Foundation of New Zealand
Chris Knox video clips
Artist: Jan Hellriegel
Album: All Grown Up
Track: Heaven is Here
Artist: Urban Tramper
Album: Rise and Ride Toward
Track: My Grand Plan
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos
What last weekend's great football match means for rugby in this country.
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Jaquie Brown