Nine To Noon for Friday 8 July 2011
09:05 The UK's biggest Sunday newspaper The News of the World is shut down amid hacking scandal
UK publicist Max Clifford who had his phone hacked into by The News of the World. He brought a private case against the paper and received a reported settlement of one million pounds.
09:20 The business leaders' group which believes NZ is at risk of squandering its "Pure Advantage"
Rob Morrison, the chair of the newly-formed Pure Advantage group of business leaders, who include Warehouse founder Sir Stephen Tindall and Air NZ CEO Rob Fyfe.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
ACT leader Don Brash's comments on Fiji, the special earth of Easter Island and the significance of "rare earths" in Pacific mud.
10:05 Maryam Keshavarz - Iranian-American film director
10:35 Book review with Ralph McAllister
Iron House by John Hart
Published by John Murray
10:45 Reading: Dead People's Music by Sarah Laing (part 15 of 15)
The lives of two talented cellists, Klara from 1930s New York, and Rebecca her New Zealand born granddaughter, entwine and enthral.
11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna
Artist: Tiny Ruins
Album: Some Were Meant For Sea
Song: You've Got the Kind of Nerve I Like
11:30 Sport with Joseph Romanos
The Netball World Champs, the British Golf Open next week and the White Ferns draw with Mexico in the World Cup
11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Sarah Harper