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Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday
09:05 Plans to appeal the Urewera sentencing
Russell Fairbrother is the lawyer for Tame Iti - one of the "Urewera 4", who jailed yesterday for two and a half years.
09:20 Finance Minister Bill English defends his "zero" Budget
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Peter Usborne - co-founder of Private Eye and Usborne Books
Peter Usborne is the co-founder of the satirical magazine, Private Eye, and in 1973 he founded Usborne Books – a UK company that publishes simple, 'straight-talking' children's books.
10:35 Book review with Louise O'Brien
The Whore's Asylum by Katy Darby
Published by Fig Tree
10:45 Reading: Playing The King by Matthew O'Sullivan (5 of 5)
In the final story of the series, Hartley Manners draws on his many years of experience as an actor to build up for opening night.
11:05 New music with Jeremy Taylor
Paul Buchanan, Morrisey, and Brian Jonestown Massacre.
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos
11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Elisabeth Easther
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Russell Fairbrother is the lawyer for Tame Iti - one of the "Urewera 4", who was jailed yesterday for two and a half years. (18′05″)
Principal Economist with NZIER. (7′39″)
Finance Minister Bill English defends his 2012 budget. (11′25″)
Economic fishing zones and the arrest of the Chief Justice in PNG. (9′46″)
Peter Usborne is the co-founder of the satirical magazine, Private Eye, and in 1973 he founded Usborne Books - a UK company that publishes simple, 'straight-talking' children's books. (28′57″)
Louise O'Brien reviews 'The Whore's Asylum' by Katy Darby, published by Fig Tree. (5′25″)
Paul Buchanan, Morrisey, and Brian Jonestown Massacre. (8′19″)
The latest report on problems with Swimming NZ. The new netball maneuver. (12′08″)
With Radar and Elisabeth Easther. (12′10″)
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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Author Jeffrey Paparoa Holman delves into his father's wartime past and comes to terms with his own troubled relationship with him as told in his book The Lost Pilot: A Memoir. Later in life he began to ask questions that lead him into the heart of a troubled relationship with his father; into his past and his wartime marriage and to the names and faces of the six kamikaze who died that day.
Detective Inspector Tusha Penny is police national manager of Child Protection and Sexual Violence. She runs a dedicated facility where specialist staff focus purely on cases of child abuse and adult sexual offending around the country. It's a far cry from just seven years ago, when Tusha Penny uncovered a backlog of child abuse files in the Wairarapa - some files had been hidden in cabinets or simply "lost" in the system. That lead to an inquiry which revealed widespread issues across the country in child abuse investigations, and ultimately lead to the unit she heads today. She’ll speak to Kathryn about her work.
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