Nine To Noon for Friday 26 June 2015
09:05 Lecretia Seales' husband says end of life inquiry terms crucial
Matt Vickers, husband of Lecretia Seales, on the select committee inquiry into assisted dying - he says it's crucial to get the terms of reference and shape of the inquiry right.
09:20 Paediatrician could face jail for speaking out about Nauru Detention Centre
Paediatrician Professor David Isaacs was invited by the Australian government to work in the offshore detention centre in Nauru for five days late last year and has been very vocal about what he says were horrific conditions for detainees.
09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
News from the Asian region with our correspondent Financial Times Beijing Bureau chief, Jamil Anderlini.
10:05 Kiwi born writer, Stephen Daisley
Kiwi born author Stephen Daisley has spent most of his adult life in Western Australia. While working as a sheep herder, brush cutter, truck driver, road worker, bartender construction worker and soldier, he always wrote in his spare time. He has a drawer full of rejection letters from publishers to show for it.
It wasn't until he was in his 50s that he finally found success, his debut novel Traitor won Australia's biggest literary prize, the Prime Minister's Award for Fiction. He has recently released his much anticipated follow up, Coming Rain.
10:35 Book review: Ruth, Roger & Me: Debts & Legacies by Andrew Dean
Reviewed by Tilly Lloyd, published by Bridget Williams Books Text.
10:45 The Reading: 'Heartland' by Jenny Pattrick
Read by Fiona Samuel (Episode 5 of 10)
11:05 New music with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor ponders the point at which country music got cool, and checks in on old fave Glen Campbell; a new album from Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard; a reissue from soon-come tourist Ryan Adams; and a new release from the terrific torch singer Shelby Lynne.
11:30 Sports commentator Brenda Telfer
Brenda Telfer discusses whether Tana Umaga's appointment as head coach of the Blues is the answer to the team's troubles; the Black Caps tour of England and the Black Sticks win this morning over Australia's hockey team in Belgium.
11:45 The week that was with Te Radar and Elisabeth Easther
Comedians Te Radar and Elisabeth Easther look back at the Week that Was.
Artist: The Wellington International Ukelele Orchestra
Song: Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town
Album: A Little Bit Wonderful
Artist: Dave Dobbyn
Song: Background Love
Artist: Fleetwood Mac
Song: Keep on Going
Album: Mystery to Me
Artist: Mel Parsons
Song: Far Away
Label: NZ on Air
Music played in this show
New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Artist: Glen Campbell
Song: Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In LA), Track 1
Comp: Lambert/ Potter
Album: Rhinestone Cowboy
Song: Rhinestone Cowboy Track 6
Comp: Larry Weiss
Album: Rhinestone Cowboy
Artist: Ryan Adams
Song: To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High), Track 2
Comp: Adams/ Rawlings
Label: Pax Am
Artist: Shelby Lynne
Song: Love Is Strong, Track 6
Comp: Lynne/ Sexsmith
Album: I Can't Imagine
Artist: Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard
Song: It's All Going To Pot, Track 2
Comp: Cannon, Johnson, Shell
Album: Django and Jimmie