Nine To Noon for Friday 5 November 2010
09:05 Sun exposure
Robert Scragg, Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Auckland University's School of Population Health; Judith Galtry, Cancer Society skin cancer control advisor; and Dr Brian Cox, Associate Professor of Cancer Epidemiology at Otago University.
09:20 Electronic waste
Laurence Zwimpfer, organiser of eDay, and Nick Smith, Environment Minister.
e-Day is a nationwide community electronic waste recycling event for households, schools and small businesses to dispose of old computer equipment in an environmentally sound way, at no cost to the user. What are the plans to make this e-waste recycling an ongoing scheme rather than a once-a-year initiative?
09:40 Actors' contracts post-The Hobbit
Some have painted her as a villian over her stance during the Hobbit film saga - actress Robyn Malcolm, spokeswoman for the union Actors Equity, tells us why she's still fighting for a collective contract for actors.
10:05 Chris Ryan - British novelist and former soldier
Chris Ryan is the pen name of a best-selling British suspense novelist and former SAS operative. During the Gulf War, he was only person out of eight in his command to escape enemy forces in Iraq and his trek back to Allied troops was longest such trek in SAS history.
The Kill Zone
Published by Hodder
10:30 Book Review with Ralph McAllister
Mary Ann in Autumn by Armistead Maupin
Published by DoubleDay UK
10:45 Reading: Heart of Darfur by Lisa French Blaker
Auckland nurse, Lisa Blaker recalls her experiences in Western Sudan on assignment with the humanitarian organisation Medicins San Frontiere. (Part 9 of 12)
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Artist: Hirini Melbourne
Album: Forest & Ocean
11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock
This weekend's All Blacks versus England test, plus what' shaping up to be a big day for New Zealand rowers at Karapiro - in line for six medals.
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Gemma Gracewood