Nine To Noon for Thursday 29 October 2015
09:05 Westpac will ask for warrants in future
Westpac says it will ask police for a warrant in future before releasing private information about its customers. The bank has come under fire after it gave the police 10 months of private transaction records belonging to journalist and author Nicky Hager. The police officers who made the request were investigating the alleged hacking of Cameron Slater's email and private social media messages - which were given to Mr Hager and formed the basis of his book, Dirty Politics. Nine to Noon speaks to privacy lawyer Hayden Wilson.
09:30 TAIC finds original conclusions into 2010 Fox Glacier crash 'probably wrong'.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has backtracked on some of its main findings on the 2010 Fox Glacier sky diving plane crash which killed nine people including four overseas tourists. RNZ's Queenstown report, Peter Newport has been following this story and lead the team that dug up the aircraft wreckage last year.
09:40 Father of crash victim reacts to TAIC crash re-examination findings
Chris Coker's 24 year old son Bradley was one of nine people killed in the Fox Glacier plane crash.
10:05 Stevan Riley on his documentary about the reclusive actor, Marlon Brando
He was one of the world's most influential actors, acclaimed for his seminal roles in On the Waterfront, A Streetcar Named Desire and The Godfather. But Marlon Brando is also remembered as a tormented man, who resented his own fame and eventually became a recluse.
To mark the 10th anniversary of his death, the Brando family allowed film-maker Stevan Riley unprecedented access to Marlon Brando's personal archive, including hundreds of hours of audio recorded over the course of his life.
The result is the film Listen to Me Marlon, which is currently screening here. In ithe shares his views on acting, on fame and his disillusionment with Hollywood, as well as opening up about his own shortcomings.
Stevan Riley is a British film director, producer, editor and writer. His films include Blue Blood (2006); Fire in Babylon (2010); Everything or Nothing (2012).
10:30 Book review: Ted Hughes: The Unauthorised Life by Jonathan Bate
Reviewed by Jane Westaway, published by Fourth Estate
10:45 The Reading: The Final Episode of The Writers' Festival by Stephanie Johnson read by Judith Gibson and Nigel Collins (Part 11 of 12)
11:05 New Technology with Paul Matthews
Paul Matthews is the chief executive of the Institute of IT Professionals.
11:25 Animals helping children to heal
New Zealand photographer, Rachael Hale McKenna has built a career around capturing the essence of childhood through portrait photography and she also is adept at getting wonderful shots of animals. Books of her images have sold millions of copies worldwide and her photographs have featured on greeting cards and in calendars.A range of titles, including The New York Dog, The French Cat and 101 Salivations has keep Rachael and her family living out of suitcases for six years. Her latest project has been shot throughout New Zealand. Little Loves, New Zealand children and their favourite animals is her 16th title and was shot throughout the country over six months. It's not all cute kids and their pets, there are stories, some quite emotional behind the pictures.
11:45 Viewing review with Paul Casserly
TV and Film writer Paul Casserly on the new Noah Baumbach film Mistress America and binge watching the paranoid thriller Mr Robot.
Music played in this show
Artist: Dusty Springfield
Song: Son Of A Preacher Man
Label: Rhino 271035
Artist: Paul McLaney
Song: Once Upon A Time
Album: Diamond Side
Label: Loop 182407
Song: Little Pieces
Album: Saint John Devine
Label: Round Trip Mars
Artist: The Decemberists
Song: Rise To Me
Album: The King Is Dead
Label: Capitol 947547