Nine To Noon

Friday 1 March 2013, with Lynn Freeman

Show notes

09:05 Serious weaknesses identified in NZ's biosecurity system

John Lancashire, immediate past president of New Zealand Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Science; and Rob Thode, Te Puke kiwifruit grower whose orchard was infected with PSA.

09:30 Pope Benedict quits Vatican

John Hooper, Guardian Rome correspondent; and James Salt, executive cirector, Catholics United, a Washington DC-based grass-roots advocacy group.

09:45 Asia correspondent Greg Torode

10:05 Daniele Mazet-Delpeuch - former French President Francois Mitterand's private chef

Daniele Mazet-Delpeuch, a self-trained cook from the Perigord region in France, was the first woman cook to work at the Elysée Palace. Her story inspired a film – Haute Cuisine (Les Saveurs du Palais) which is currently screening at the Alliance Française French Film Festival.

10:35 Book Review with Ralph McAllister

Nothing Gold Can Stay by Ron Rash
Published by Text

10:45 Reading: Among the Cinders, by Maurice Shadbolt

The story of a 16-year-old who accompanies his larger-than-life grandfather on a nostalgic trip through New Zealand (Part 5 of 10)

11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna

Artist: Various artists
Album: Son of Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys
Songs: Michael Stipe & Courtney Love - Rio Grande
Tom Waits & Keith Richards - Shennandoah

Artist: Various
Album: Deutsche Electronische Musik 2
Song: Michael Rother - Karussell

Artist: Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba
Album: Jama Ko
Song: Dankou

11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock

11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Michele A'Court

Audio

Audio from Friday 1 March 2013

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

  • Serious weaknesses identified in NZ's biosecurity system ( 21′ 30″ )

    09:08 John Lancashire, immediate past president of New Zealand Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Science; and Rob Thode, a Te Puke kiwifruit grower whose orchard was infected with PSA.

  • Pope Benedict quits Vatican ( 17′ 13″ )

    09:32 John Hooper, Guardian Rome correspondent; and James Salt, executive director of Catholics United, a Washington DC-based grassroots advocacy group.

  • Asia Correspondent - Greg Torode ( 9′ 13″ )

    09:50 First female president in South Korea and more potential nuclear tests in North Korea.

  • Feature Guest - Daniele Mazet-Delpeuch ( 22′ 21″ )

    10:05 Daniele Mazet-Delpeuch, a self-trained cook from the Perigord region in France, was the first woman cook to work at the Elysee Palace. Her story inspired a film - 'Haute Cuisine' (Les Saveurs du Palais) which is screening at the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival.

  • Book Review - Nothing Gold Can Stay ( 8′ 7″ )

    10:32 Ralph McAllister reviews 'Nothing Gold Can Stay' by Ron Rash, published by Text.

  • New Music with Sean McKenna ( 11′ 38″ )

    11:05 'Son of Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys', 'Deutsche Electronische Musik 2', and Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba's 'Jama Ko'.

  • Sport with Richard Boock ( 15′ 52″ )

    11:33 The cricket series against England.

  • The Week That Was ( 11′ 9″ )

    11:48 With Radar and Michele A'Court.

Playlist

Playlist

Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin'
Serge Gainsbourg - Bonnie and Clyde
Luke Kelly - The Auld Triangle