Nine To Noon
Thursday 13 September 2012, with Kathryn Ryan
09:05 GPs around the country are being swamped with calls over Meningoccal C
GPs around the country are being swamped with calls from worried parents over whether to immunise their children against Meningoccal C, the strain which killed a Wellington schoolgirl recently.
Dr Nikki Turner, director of the Immunisation Advisory Centre; and Dr Clair Mills, Medical Officer of Health for Northland.
09:25 Are financial adviser fees too high given prospective returns?
Brent Sheather works for Private Asset Management Ltd; and Nigel Tate, president of the Institute of Financial Advisers.
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
Newly disclosed documents on the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
10:05 Madeleine Pierard - NZ soprano
Madeleine Pierard, presently home from London, where she is young artist in residence at Covent Garden, on her path since winning the Lexus Song Contest in 2005.
10:35 Book Review with Rae McGregor
Merivel by Rose Tremain
Published by Chatto & Windus
The story of a destitute young mother's search for her stolen child. (part 4 of 12).
11:05 New Technology correspondent Sarah Putt
Apple’s announcement; what happens to the virtual you when you die; and what's up at HP?
11:30 Parenting commentator Celia Lashlie
The importance of positive physical interaction for boys.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
The new-look Herald newspaper and website.
Audio from Thursday 13 September 2012
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
09:09 GPs around the country are being swamped with calls from worried parents over whether to immunise their children against Meningoccal C, the strain which killed a Wellington schoolgirl recently. With Dr Nikki Turner - Director of the Immunisation Advisory Centre, Dr Clair Mills - Medical Officer of Health for Northland.
Are financial adviser fees too high? ( 22′ 34″ )
09:28 With Brent Sheather - Private Asset Management Ltd. Nigel Tate - President of the Institute of Financial Advisers.
UK Correspondent - Matthew Parris ( 8′ 06″ )
09:51 The report into the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
Feature Guest - Madeleine Pierard ( 30′ 27″ )
10:09 Lyric soprano Madeleine Pierard is back home in New Zealand for her longest stint since heading overseas in 2006. Her career has blossomed in London, from winning the 2005 Lexus Song Contest to becoming a resident artist - the Jette Parker Young Artist - with The Royal Opera, Covent Garden from 2010. Madeleine returned to New Zealand last year, to perform with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra's Ode to Joy tour, which coincided with the rugby world cup.
Book Review - Merivel ( 5′ 10″ )
10:40 Written by Rose Tremain, reviewed by Rae McGregor and published by Chatto & Windus.
New Technology With Sarah Putt ( 18′ 22″ )
11:09 Apple unveils the iPhone 5, what happens to the virtual you when you die, and what's up at HP?
Parenting With Celia Lashlie ( 16′ 31″ )
11:28 The importance of positive physical interaction for boys.
Media With Gavin Ellis ( 14′ 25″ )
11:45 The new-look Herald newspaper and website.
Andrew Keoghan: 'Bright Idea'
from his 2011 album 'Arctic Tales Divide'
The Mutton Birds: 'Last Year's Shoes'
from the 1999 album 'Rain, Steam & Speed'