Nine To Noon
Tuesday 8 May 2012, with Kathryn Ryan
09:05 Support for new laws to crack down on cyber bullying
Judge Neil MacLean, Chief Coroner; Martin Cocker, Executive Director of Netsafe; and Angela Roberts, Junior vice president of the PPTA.
09:20 Sir Peter Gluckman
The Prime Minister's Science Advisor's calls for greater responsibility by the food industry in the way it promotes and labels products.
Fate, Fat and Disease - why diet and exercise are not enough by Sir Peter Gluckman and Professor Mark Hanson.
Published by Oxford University Press
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
The barbs flying between Obama and Romney, plus Jack talks about his new book.
Bunch of Amateurs: A Search for the American Character by Jack Hitt
Published by Random House
10:05 Creator of the community art project PostSecret, Frank Warren
In 2004, Frank Warren passed out 3000 blank, self-addressed postcards to strangers on the street in Washington DC, asking them to write on it a secret they'd never told anyone and send it to him. He got 100 postcards back. But even after the experiment finished, the project went viral - he started receiving secrets written on postcards sent to his home address from all over the US, and later the world. Now he gets as many as 800 secrets a week (more than half a million in total). Frank selects 20 secret postcards each week to post on Sunday evenings on the PostSecret website, which has had more than 500-million hits since it began. The secrets are funny, shocking, tragic, intimate... and have in particular thrown light on the issues of suicide and mental illness.
10:25 Book Review with Quentin Johnson
HHhH by Laurent Binet
Published by Harvill Secker
10:45 Reading: The Larnachs by Owen Marshall (Part 7 of 12)
Conny begins to fear that her friend Bessie Hocken has an inkling of her 'special' relationship with Dougie. While Dougie is conflicted, realising that he won't be able to have 'The Camp' and Conny as well.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Pyne Gould Corp and Chorus.
11:30 Julian Arahanga
Hautipua Rererangi - Born to Fly, is a graphic novel based on the documentary by Julian Arahanga: The John Pohe Story.
John Pohe flew 22 missions for the Royal New Zealand Air Force and was involved in the legendary 'Great Escape' from Stalag Luft III - in which prisoners attempted to escape from the camp via a tunnel they had built.
11:45 Film review with Graeme Tuckett
Good for Nothing and Starbuck.
Audio from Tuesday 8 May 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
09:10 Chief coroner Judge Neil MacLean, Executive Director of Netsafe Martin Cocker and Junior Vice President of the PPTA Angela Roberts discuss support for new laws to crack down on cyber bullying.
Science Advisor - Sir Peter Gluckman ( 15′ 29″ )
09:35 The Prime Minister's Science Advisor calls for the food industry to take more responsibility for the way it promotes and labels products.
US Correspondent - Jack Hitt ( 9′ 30″ )
09:45 The barbs fly between Obama and Romney, plus Jack Hitt talks about his new book "Bunch of Amateurs".
Feature Guest - Frank Warren ( 24′ 36″ )
10:10 Creator of the community art project PostSecret. In 2004, Frank Warren passed out 3,000 blank, self-addressed postcards to strangers on the street in Washington DC, asking them to write on it a secret they'd never told anyone and send it to him. He got 100 postcards back.
Book Review - HHhH ( 6′ 52″ )
10:40 HHhH is written by Laurent Binet, published by Harvill Secker and reviewed by Quentin Johnson.
Business with Rod Oram ( 16′ 46″ )
11:10 Business commentator Rod Oram discusses Pyne Gould Corp and Chorus.
Julian Arahanga ( 23′ 35″ )
11:30 The story of John Pohe, Maori fighter pilot and war hero who was part of the Great Escape is now the subject of a graphic novel for children.
Film with Graeme Tuckett ( 7′ 53″ )
11:45 Graeme Tuckett reviews 'Good for Nothing' and 'Starbuck'.