Nine To Noon
Monday 5 December 2011, with Lynn Freeman
09:05 Tokoroa reels after weekend shooting
Heather Henare, Chief Executive of the National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges.
09:20 Red-stickered Christchurch homeowners left in limbo
Ralph Bungard, resident of red-stickered home in Avoca Valley; owner/operator of Three Boys Brewery; Joe Bennett, writer who is refusing to move out of his red-stickered home in Lyttelton. Ralph and Joe both live in white zoned areas but their houses are red stickered because of risk of rock fall - so they're not allowed to live in them, but are staying put despite the threat of eviction form the council.
09:30 Digital re-touching of photos - does it go too far?
Hany Farid, Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth University, United States.
From left to right, photographs show the five levels of re-touching in a system by Hany Farid of Dartmouth.
09:45 Russia and Europe correspondent Carsten von Nahmen
10:05 Pippa Blake - widow of Sir Peter Blake
Ten years ago (5 December 2001) sporting and adventure hero Sir Peter Blake was killed by bandits at the mouth of the Amazon River. In this intimate account, Sir Peter's wife Pippa offers an intensely personal account of their life together.
Journey by Pippa Blake, published by Penguin Books.
10:30 Book Review with Nicholas Reid
The Wine of Solitude by Irene Nemirovsky
Published by Chatto & Windus
10:45 Reading. The Crime of Huey Dunstan by James McNeish (Part 1 of 10)
We meet our narrator, Ches, a blind professor, who has been called by his former student Lawrence as an expert witness in the trial of Huey Dunstan, a young man who is accused of murder.
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and John Pagani
11:30 Guest chef Julie Le Clerc with cakes for the festive season; wine recommendations with John Hawkesby
Julie Le Clerc's Favourite Cakes by Julie Le Clerc.
Published by Penguin Group (NZ)
11:45 Off The Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne
Mangroves in Miami - artist Xavier Cortada's Reclamation Project
The Endangered World: http://www.xaviercortada.com/?page=EW_index
The Endangered World - North Pole Installation: http://www.xaviercortada.com/?page=EW_species
Antarctic Muon and Neutrino Detector Array (AMANDA): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctic_Muon_And_Neutrino_Detector_Array
Audio from Monday 5 December 2011
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
Tokoroa reels after weekend shooting ( 11′ 51″ )
09:10 Heather Henare is the Chief Executive of the National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges.
Red-stickered Chch homeowners left in limbo ( 12′ 38″ )
09:20 Christchurch residents Ralph Bungard and Joe Bennett both live in white zoned areas but their houses are red stickered because of risk of rock fall - so they're not allowed to live in them, but are staying put despite the threat of eviction form the council.
09:36 Hany Farid, Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth University, United States.
Europe Correspondent - Carsten von Nahmen ( 11′ 35″ )
09:49 The general election in Russia.
Feature Guest - Pippa Blake ( 32′ 20″ )
10:07 Ten years ago (5 December 2001) sporting and adventure hero Sir Peter Blake was killed by bandits at the mouth of the Amazon River. In her book, Journey, Sir Peter's wife Pippa offers an intensely personal account of their life together.
Book Review - The Wine of Solitude ( 5′ 50″ )
10:39 Written by Irene Nemirovsky, published by Chatto and Windus, reviewed by Nicholas Reid.
Politics with Matthew Hooton and John Pagani ( 26′ 04″ )
11:06 The formation of a new National lead Government, and the selection process for a new Labour leader.
11:36 Guest Chef Julie Le Clerc has recipes for Tropical Stained Glass Cake, Hazelnut Meringue Gateau and Last Minute Christmas Cake. John Hawkesby provides wine suggestions to accompany.
Off the Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne ( 9′ 22″ )
11:51 Miami based environmental artist Xavier Cortada and Mangroves.