Nine To Noon for Friday 18 December 2009
09:05 Copenhagen climate talks
Professor Tim Flannery, chairman of the Copenhagen Climate Council, an international group of scientists, policy makers and business people lobbying world leaders for action on climate change. Author of The Weather Makers, on how man's activities are affecting the climate's cycles.
09:30 David Haywood
Satirist David Haywood has written The Reserve Bank Annual 2010 which has Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard as its hero.
His blog: www.publicaddress.net/southerly
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 Mike and Darryl Sabin
10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre from the Children's Bookshop, Kilbirnie, Wellington
The Adventures of Nanny Piggins by R A Spratt
Running Wild by Michael Morporgo
The Billionaire's Curse by Richard Newsome
10:45 Reading:My First Stabbing- a short story by David Haywood
An unreliable and amusing account of a six week old's memory of a stabbing that occurred while he was visiting his grandparents in Glasgow.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Merry Christmas - have some free music!
Subpop sampler featuring Fleet Foxes, Flight of the Conchords, Iron and Wine.
Domino Records sampler featuring Final Fantasy, Eugene McGuinness, Wild Beasts, The Kills, Franz Ferdinand & King Creosote.
Sherburne by Alabama Sacred Harp Singers
Papa Ain't No Santa Claus (and Mama ain't no Christmas tree) by Butterbeans & Susie
From the album Where Will You Be Christmas Day?
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Documentary on the Dust to Digital record label - Part 1
Documentary on the Dust to Digital record label - Part 2
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos looks back on the highlights of the sporting year
11:45 Week That Was with Radar & Irene Pink