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24 May - 11:40 am NZ
with Kathryn Ryan
Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday
09:05 Deadline for Housing New Zealand tenants to move out of condemned building
Jackie Pivac, Housing New Zealand's Wellington regional tenancy services manager.
09:25 Reforming the finance industry to better serve ordinary people
American Robert Shiller, one of the founders of behavioural economics, has seen enough folly in his four-decade career to make anyone cynical about finance markets. However the Yale economics professor argues in a new book that the industry can and should be reformed to better serve ordinary people.
Finance and the Good Society, published by Princeton University Press, distributed by Footprint Books.
09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis
10:05 New Zealand historian and book collector Peter Lineham
Peter Lineham teaches history at Massey University's Albany campus. He is a scholar whose interests cover a range of subject areas that can loosely be categorised under history and religion.
10:35 Book review with Phil Vine
Konstantin by Tom Bullough
Published by Viking
Read by Amy Tarleton
A young girl opts to throw away the morning-after pill and settles to having the baby, as her mother has before her.
11:05 New technology with Sarah Putt
Sky TV and its contracts with internet service providers are under investigation from the Commerce Comission.
11:20 Parenting with speech and language therapist Christian Wright
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
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Seven days after being given notice, 131 Wellington tenants of a Housing New Zealand flat complex have had to move out, or are due to have moved out, by today. (18′15″)
Robert Shiller became famous for calling both the internet bubble in 2000 and the US housing one that led to the sub-prime mortage meltdown in 2007. (20′46″)
The debate in England over the Euro crisis and what views are being expressed. (6′47″)
Peter Lineham teaches history at Massey University's Albany campus. He is a scholar whose interests cover a range of subject areas that can loosely be categorised under history and religion. The NZ historian is now trying to restrict himself to buying only one book a day after amassing a collection of 16,000 books. (27′52″)
Phil Vine reviews 'Konstantin' by Tom Bullough, published by Viking. (4′38″)
Sky TV investigation; the business of content, how it's provided, who owns it, who gets to control it. Plus, making games takes off. (21′26″)
Reading with pre-schoolers. (16′14″)
Sky TV, Channel 7 and journalists doing their job. (11′11″)
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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.
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