Nine To Noon
Thursday 2 August 2012, with Kathryn Ryan
09:05 The failure of a plan for a second international internet cable linking NZ and the rest of the world
Sam Morgan, chairman of the Pacific Fibre project; and Vikram Kumar, chief executive of Internet New Zealand.
09:30 Bullying in schools
Lee Hirsch, American documentary filmmaker whose latest work focuses on the severe impact of bullying in schools.
He will be in the country for these screenings:
Friday 3 Aug: 10:15am, Civic Auckland
Saturday 4 Aug: 11:15 am, Civic Auckland
Sunday 5 Aug: 11:00am, Embassy Wellington
09:45 UK correspondent Ann Leslie
10:05 Feature guest: Satyajit Das - derivatives expert and global risk analyst
Satyajit Das is a former trader who has spent 30 years working and writing about financial markets. He is the author of 16 books including Traders, Guns & Money and Extreme Money.
10:35 Book Review with Elisabeth Easther
The Dinner by Herman Koch
Published by Text
10:45 Reading: 'Like a Good Idea' by Pip Adam read by Laura Hill
The fourth in a series of short stories from Pip Adam's collection Everything we Hoped For.
11:05 New Technology correspondent Sarah Putt
11:30 Archaeologist Brigid Gallagher
Chicken pox and disease in archaeological record; water and heritage; and iron, corrosion, leaks and loss.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Olympics coverage, changes for the NZ Herald and media regulation.
Audio from Thursday 2 August 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
High-speed internet cable dropped ( 23′ 41″ )
09:08 The failure of a plan for a second international internet cable linking NZ and the rest of the world.
Bullying in schools ( 18′ 17″ )
09:34 Lee Hirsch is an American documentary filmmaker whose latest work focuses on the severe impact of bullying in schools.
UK Correspondent - Ann Leslie ( 7′ 14″ )
09:52 Ann Leslie talks about London's hosting of The Olympics.
Book Review - The Dinner ( 4′ 20″ )
10:06 Elisabeth Easther reviews 'The Dinner' by Herman Koch, published by Text.
Feature Guest - Satyajit Das ( 40′ 05″ )
10:08 Former trader who has spent 30 years working and writing about financial markets. He is the author of 16 books including 'Traders, Guns & Money and Extreme Money'.
New Technology with Sarah Putt ( 18′ 39″ )
10:11 The failure of the Pacific Fibre cable plan, social media at the Olympics and Apple vs Samsung in the patent war.
Heritage with Brigid Gallagher ( 13′ 27″ )
11:30 Chicken pox and disease in archaeological record, water and heritage and object/material of the month - iron, corrosion, leaks and loss.
Media with Gavin Ellis ( 13′ 49″ )
11:47 Olympics coverage, changes for the NZ Herald and media regulation.
Carmen McRae and Dave Brubeck - Take Five (played at 9:32am)
Bic Runga - Winning Arrow (played at 11:30am)