Nine To Noon for Friday 20 March 2009
09:05 Police deal over missing camera
Police Comissioner Howard Broad talks to Kathryn Ryan about the case of the missing police camera and the deal done to secure its return; and Auckland Criminal lawyer John Billington comments on the case of the missing police camera, and the deal entered into by police to secure its return.
09:25 A low decile primary school in Nelson says it is seeing dramatic changes in its students after transforming itself into a base to help the whole community
Mark Brown, Principal of Victory Primary School - which recently moved from decile 2, to decile 3.
09:25 Mark Brown
A low decile primary school in Nelson says it is seeing dramatic changes in its students after transforming itself into a base to help the whole community.
09:45 Asia correspondent Phil O'Sullivan
10:05 British creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson
Sir Ken Robinson challenges the way we're educating our children. He champions a radical re-think of our school systems to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.
Author of The Element - a new view of human capacity, due for NZ release in June 2009.
10:25 Book review with John King
UFO In Her Eyes by Xiaolu Guo
Published by Catto & Windus
10:45 Reading. How To Catch A Cricket Match by Harry Ricketts
Episode 5 of 10
An entertaining exploration of that great game
11:05 Music review with Manu Taylor
Morrissey - "Years of Refusal" - 2009 Morrissey/Dekka Music Group SKL6012 /4781435
Marianne Faithfull - "Easy Come Easy Go" - Naïve CTX458CD
Lily Frost - "Lily Swings" - 2008 Marquis 774718-1393-2-0
11:30 Sport with Richard Becht
1145 The Week That Was with Radar and Elisabeth Easther