Nine To Noon for Wednesday 19 May 2010
09:05 Independent Police Conduct Authority report into backlog of child abuse cases
Kevin Tunnell, former officer in charge of South Wairarapa Police; Vice President of Police Association; and Anthea Simcock, chief executive of the Hamilton-based Child Protection Studies, which aims to educate New Zealanders about how to keep children safe from harm.
09:25 BP has announced that it has managed to capture about a fifth of the oil gushing from a blown out well in the Gulf of Mexico by funnelling it into a tanker
Jerome Milgram is a marine technology professor from the Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT) who has researched the science of oil spills.
09:35 The backlash from Facebook users over privacy - is the social networking site being too cavalier with its users personal information?
John Edwards, privacy lawyer and a Facebook user.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
Today Ray discusses the data on the impact of state intervention on remote Aboriginal communities and the Sydney teenager killed after meeting a 'friend' she met via Facebook.
10:05 Chris Nyst - high profile Australian lawyer, novelist and screenwriter
Chris Nyst has been dubbed Australia's answer to John Grisham.
10:25 Book Review with Michele A'Court
Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking Book Three by Patrick Ness
Published by Walker Books
10:45 Reading: Lucky Bastard by Peter Wells
Did Eric Keelings actions constitute a further war crime? His two children are confronted with an ugly possibility. (Part 13 of 15)
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week: Jorge Ben
1. Mas Que Nada (2.55) - Jorge Ben taken from 1963 album "Samba Esquema Novo" (Polygram)
2. Take It Easy My Brother Charles (2.37) - Jorge Ben taken from 1969 album "Jorge Ben" (Dusty Groove)
3. Taj Mahal (3.09) - Jorge Ben taken from 1976 album "Africa Brasil" (Polygram)
4. Ponta De Lanca Africaland (3.38) - Jorge Ben taken from 1976 album "Africa Brasil" (Polygram)
11:30 Employment lawyer Andrew Scott Howman
11:45 Film reviewer Graeme Tuckett
The Choir, Secret in their Eyes, Robin Hood.