Nine To Noon

Wednesday 17 February 2010, with Kathryn Ryan

Show notes

09:05 More research shows major inequalities in men's health

Phil Chapman, Mens Health Promoter for the Public Health Unit of Nelson Marlborough District Health Board; Donald; and Rhys Jones, Public Health Physician with Auckland University who is an expert on Health inequalities, particularly for Maori men.

09:30 Food security

Nina Fedoroff, Science and Technology Adviser to the US Secretary of State. She is one of the authors of an article in Science magazine who argues that a radical rethink of agriculture is needed in the 21st century to meet the demand for food and water while limiting the environmental impact of production.

09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan

10:05 Lloyd Morrison

Infratil CEO Lloyd Morrison is back in the country after receiving experimental treatment in Seattle for his leukaemia, he talks about his ongoing battle with the disease and the challenges facing the country's biggest companies.

10:30 Book Review with Phil Vine

Raising Teenagers Today by Ian Lambie & Les Simmonds
Published by Random House NZ

10:45 Reading: The Year of the Shanghai Shark by Mo Zhi Hong (Part 8 of 10, RNZ)

In the Chinese city of Dalian Hai Long and his mates drink Coca-Cola , eat American fast food and go to English language lessons. But this year Hai Long leaves school to learn the unlikely trade of his uncle - a professional pick-pocket.

11:05 Music review with Marty Duda

Feature Artist - Peter Gabriel

1. Games Without Frontiers (4:06) - Peter Gabriel taken from 1980 album "Peter Gabriel (3)" (Geffen)

2. Sledgehammer (5:12) - Peter Gabriel taken from 1986 album "So" (Geffen)

3. Heroes (4:10) - Peter Gabriel taken from 2010 album "Scratch My Back" (Virgin)

4. Flume (3:01) - Peter Gabriel taken from 2010 album "Scratch My

Back" (Virgin)

11:30 Legal commentator Dean Knight looks at the bids to make New Zealand a republic

11:45 Film reviewer Graeme Tuckett

Jane Campion's Bright Star, Australian film Balibo, and a remake of the classic horror, The Wolfman.

Audio

Audio from Wednesday 17 February 2010

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

  • Research shows major inequalities in men's health ( 20′ 30″ )

    09:10 With Phil Chapman - Mens Health Promoter for the Public Health Unit of Nelson Marlborough DHB and Donald Pettitt - Mens Health Advocate, Christchurch Mens Centre. Also, Rhys Jones - Public Health Physician with Auckland University.

  • Food security ( 19′ 57″ )

    09:30 Nina Fedoroff - Science and Technology Adviser to the US Secretary of State. She is one of the authors of an article in Science magazine who argues that a radical rethink of agriculture is needed in the 21st century to meet the demand for food and water while limiting the environmental impact of production.

  • Australia correspondent - Ray Moynihan ( 10′ 51″ )

    09:48 Drought, Insulation scheme woes and health insurance.

  • Feature guest - Lloyd Morrison ( 39′ 11″ )

    10:10 Infratil CEO Lloyd Morrison is back in the country after receiving experimental treatment in Seattle for his leukaemia, he talks about his ongoing battle with the disease and the challenges facing the country's biggest companies.

  • Book Review - Raising Teenagers Today ( 10′ 1″ )

    11:10 Written by Ian Lambie and Les Simmonds, reviewed by Phil Vine. Published by Random House NZ.

  • Music - Marty Duda ( 6′ 5″ )

    11:20 Feature artist - Peter Gabriel

  • Law - Dean Knight ( 10′ 11″ )

    11:40 Looks at the bids to make New Zealand a republic.

  • Film - with Graeme Tuckett ( 10′ 7″ )

    11:50 Jane Campion's Bright Star, Australian film Balibo, and a remake of the classic horror, The Wolfman.