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Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday
09:05 All Whites make NZ football history at World Cup
09:20 All Whites make NZ football history at World Cup
Matthew Cooper, New Zealand fan who was among thousands attending NZ's match against Slovakia at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg.
09:30 Fresh water management
Lachlan McKenzie, Federated Farmers' dairying and envirnoment spokesman; Russel Norman, Green Party co-leader; and Nick Smith, Environment Minister.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
Australia's Sustainable City Index, racism in rugby league and the mining tax battle.
10:05 Peter England
Kiwi-born former CEO of Elizabeth Arden and Chicago Children's museum.
10:30 Book Review with Graham Beattie
Burning Wire by Jeffrey Deaver
Published by Hodder & Stoughton
10:45 Reading: The Life And Death Of Laura Friday (And Of Pavarotti, Her Parrot) a black comedy by David Murphy
(Part 12 of 12, RNZ)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Marty's feature artist: Wanda Jackson
1. I Gotta Know (2:29) - Wanda Jackson taken from 1956 single (Capitol)
2. Let's Have A Party (2:07) - Wanda Jackson taken from 1960 single (Capitol)
3. The Box It Came In (2:24) - Wanda Jackson taken from 1965 single (Capitol)
4. You Know I'm No Good (4:32) - Wanda Jackson taken from 2010 single (Third Man)
11:30 Legal commentator Catriona MacLennan
Legal options for nations wanting to halt Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean.
11:45 Science commentator David Haywood
Bike helmets and why a giant atom bomb-powered pogo stick never took off.
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With Barry Glendenning - Deputy sports editor of guardian.co.uk and Matthew Cooper- an NZ fan who was at NZ's match against Slovakia. (23′31″)
With Lachlan McKenzie - Federated Farmers' dairying and environment spokesman. Russel Norman - Green Party co-leader. Nick Smith - Environment Minister. (20′23″)
Australia's Sustainable City Index, racism in rugby league and the mining tax battle. (7′11″)
Kiwi-born former CEO of Elizabeth Arden and Chicago Childen's museum. (34′28″)
Written by Jeffrey Deaver, reviewed by Graham Beattie and published by Hodder and Stoughton. (4′46″)
This weeks artist is Wanda Jackson. (9′39″)
Legal options for nations wanting to halt Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean. (15′04″)
Bike helmets and why a giant atom-bomb powered pogo stick never took off. (10′57″)
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
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Princeton Unversity economist and former vice chair of the Federal Reserve Alan Blinder talks to Kathryn Ryan about his new book After the Music Stopped, about the financial crisis. Dr Blinder believes that many Americans still don't understand what went wrong and both the Bush and Obama administrations have failed to communicate clearly with the public about what happened and what the government was doing about it.
John Green is the best-selling author of young adult novels – his latest book The Fault in our Stars, about a teenage couple who meet at a cancer support group – has sold more than 270,000 copies and is being made into a movie. All together his books have sold more than 1.3 million copies worldwide. He and his brother Hank have had 200 million YouTube views of their Vlogbrothers channel weekly video exchanges to each other. The Green brothers have also launched 'CrashCourse'- an educational YouTube channel featuring teaching videos they've made on the sciences and humanities. John Green will tell Kathryn about his life as a “Professional Person of the Internet”.
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