Nine To Noon Index

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Friday, 6 May 2016

  • 9:08 The Government's plans for boosting uptake of electric vehicles;
  • 9:22 People power: communities and change;
  • 9:42 What are the chances that Leicester will win the EPL again?;
  • 9:50 Asia correspondent Charlotte Glennie;
  • 10:07 Noam Chomsky on the death of the American Dream;
  • 11:07 Unity Books Review: The Lonely City;
  • 11:12 New music with Grant Smithies;
  • 11:39 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer;
  • 11:50 The week that was

Thursday, 5 May 2016

  • 9:09 Trump's path clear to GOP nomination;
  • 9:27 Safe Sleep Calculator developed for vulnerable babies;
  • 9:43 Feral cats targeted through their grooming habits;
  • 9:51 UK Correspondent Dame Ann Leslie;
  • 10:12 Photographer Jamey Stillings changing perspectives on energy;
  • 10:56 Book review: Everywhere I Look by Helen Garner;
  • 11:06 New technology with Andy Linton;
  • 11:24 Teaching children how to behave in a social group;
  • 11:49 Viewing with Lara Strongman

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

  • 9:12 Mark Weldon resigns;
  • 9:22 Uni heads call for higher teacher training standards;
  • 9:28 Robot lawyers and AI accountants;
  • 9:51 Australia correspondent Peter Munro;
  • 10:07 Hanya Yanagihara on her acclaimed novel A Little Life;
  • 10:39 New Zealand book review - Breaking Connections by Albert Wendt;
  • 11:09 Marty Duda's artist of the week;
  • 11:32 Syrian lawyer on adapting to a new life in NZ;
  • 11:49 Legal commentator Simon Jefferson

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

  • 9:09 Environment Minister fronts up on water;
  • 9:42 CYF review must better address Maori says researcher;
  • 9:54 Leicester City Football Club's rise to the top.;
  • 10:08 Double amputee and New York marathoner Ian Winson;
  • 10:41 Book review - Dodge Rose by Jack Cox;
  • 11:06 Business commentator Rod Oram;
  • 11:25 The power of loyalty schemes;
  • 11:44 Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Monday, 2 May 2016

  • 9:08 ECan wants polluted lakes exempted;
  • 9:23 Improvements to health of Maori children;
  • 9:35 Why can't engineers be as famous as rock stars ?;
  • 9:51 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney;
  • 10:07 Marina Lewycka on tractors, black humour and success;
  • 10:36 Book review: Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben;
  • 11:07 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams;
  • 11:33 Anarchist cook George Egg;
  • 11:48 Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne

Friday, 29 April 2016

  • 9:08 Uber drivers could be breaking law, says NZTA;
  • 9:24 Too many apartments are "mediocre": architecture judge;
  • 9:36 Michael 'Eddie' Edwards - unlikely ski jumping hero;
  • 9:52 Pacific correspondent Mike Field;
  • 10:07 The CEO whistle-blower;
  • 10:40 Children's book review with John McIntyre;
  • 11:07 Jeremy Taylor's music review;
  • 11:34 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer;
  • 11:49 The week that was

Thursday, 28 April 2016

  • 9:08 Reserve Bank's decision on the OCR;
  • 9:18 Company to offer "houseshares" in Auckland property market;
  • 9:37 Hawkes Bay water storage scheme to proceed;
  • 9:50 UK correspondent Matthew Paris;
  • 10:06 The Unravelling: What went wrong in Iraq ?;
  • 10:41 Book review - The Grade Cricketer;
  • 11:06 New technology with Sarah Putt;
  • 11:26 Youth led group tackles online bullying;
  • 11:47 Viewing with Paul Casserly

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

  • 9:08 Hillsborough justice campaigner says truth has prevailed;
  • 9:19 How do we wean ourselves off fossil fuel ?;
  • 9:38 The business case for medicinal cannabis;
  • 9:46 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton;
  • 10:06 Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Jane Smiley;
  • 10:39 Book review - The Trap by Melanie Raabe;
  • 11:06 Marty Duda's artist of the week;
  • 11:24 The science of aquaponics;
  • 11:46 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

  • 9:09 Funding woes for NZ's most difficult students;
  • 9:34 Equal pay for equal play;
  • 9:47 US correspondent Susan Milligan;
  • 10:09 Author Chris Cleave on his grandparents' wartime letters;
  • 10:41 Book review - The Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund;
  • 11:06 Political commentators Mike Williams and Lewis Holden;
  • 11:31 Vanilla grower Jennifer Boggiss;
  • 11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Friday, 22 April 2016

  • 9:09 Botched Beirut abduction - lawyer speaks out;
  • 9:25 Cost of failed science proposals could eclipse funding;
  • 9:38 Giving big data a voice;
  • 9:50 Asia correspondent Charlotte Glennie;
  • 10:08 James Portnow - ethical gaming;
  • 10:40 Book review - At the Existentialist Cafe;
  • 11:07 Music reviewer Jeremy Taylor;
  • 11:34 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer;
  • 11:47 The week that was

Thursday, 21 April 2016

  • 9:08 Sugar tax: effective health lever or nanny state intrusion?;
  • 9:20 Alibaba: 'Like E-bay or Amazon on steroids';
  • 9:36 'Thought control' next step in robotic exoskeletons;
  • 9:51 UK correspondent Kate Adie;
  • 10:07 James McNeish on the athlete who defied Hitler;
  • 10:37 Book review - Behind the Twisted Wire;
  • 11:06 New technology with Andy Linton;
  • 11:29 Iron deficiency and children;
  • 11:45 Viewing with Paul Casserly

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

  • 9:09 Ministry responds to mental health concerns;
  • 9:34 Should NZ have an extradition treaty with China?;
  • 9:48 Australia correspondent Bernard Keane;
  • 10:07 Carmen Aguirre - Memoirs of a Chilean Revolutionary Daughter;
  • 10:35 Book review - The Change in the Light, by Fiona Kidman;
  • 11:06 Marty Duda's artist of the week;
  • 11:26 Bill Phillips- Kiwi inventor of the MONIAC;
  • 11:46 A living museum for Ans Westra

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

  • 9:07 Exporters welcome Alibaba deal;
  • 9:32 A first-hand account of egg donation in New Zealand;
  • 9:52 US correspondent, Steve Almond;
  • 10:09 Altina, a woman ahead of her time;
  • 10:38 Book review - At The Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier;
  • 11:06 Business commentator Rod Oram;
  • 11:24 Vinyl revival keeps Ashburton record press busy;
  • 11:43 Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Monday, 18 April 2016

  • 9:05 The future of tertiary education;
  • 9:30 NZ govt. bought at least 11 % of world's junk emissions units;
  • 9:39 Health fallout from Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown;
  • 9:50 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney;
  • 10:09 Fat Science: Dr Robyn Toomath;
  • 10:40 Book review: The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson;
  • 11:09 Political commentators Stephen Mills and David Farrar;
  • 11:36 Good Boy pears;
  • 11:49 Urbanist Tommy Honey

Friday, 15 April 2016

  • 9:08 Could costly seed restrictions lead to a vegetable shortage?;
  • 9:31 New Zealand's role in shaping the Olympics;
  • 9:48 Pacific news with Michael Field;
  • 10:06 Geoff Manaugh: A Burglar's Guide to the City;
  • 10:39 Children's book review with John McIntyre;
  • 11:06 New music with Jeremy Taylor;
  • 11:32 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer;
  • 11:49 The week that was

Thursday, 14 April 2016

  • 9:08 Fonterra cutting two governance positions from its board;
  • 9:35 Declan Hill on fighting sports corruption;
  • 9:50 UK correspondent Jon Dennis;
  • 10:08 Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen;
  • 10:38 Book review - The Newspaper of Claremont Street;
  • 11:07 New technology with Sarah Putt;
  • 11:24 Caring for elderly family members;
  • 11:48 TV Reviewer Paul Casserly

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

  • 9:08 Ruataniwha budget blow out;
  • 9:17 Dairy farmer to legal cannabis dealer;
  • 9:48 Australia Correspondent Karen Middleton;
  • 10:07 The surgeon treating street crime;
  • 10:36 Book Review - Return to the Little Coffee Shop of Kabul;
  • 11:08 Marty Duda's features Iggy Pop;
  • 11:30 How do we raise incomes in New Zealand?;
  • 11:48 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

  • 9:08 The extent of secret police violence at Homan Square;
  • 9:23 Power of attorney law change doubles costs;
  • 9:37 'Whittier: tight-knit town living in one building';
  • 9:49 US correspondent Susan Milligan;
  • 10:06 What makes you... you?;
  • 10:39 Book review - A Dying Breed by Peter Hanington;
  • 11:10 Business commentator Rod Oram;
  • 11:29 Vegan cattle rancher creates an animal sanctuary in Texas;
  • 11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Monday, 11 April 2016

  • 9:10 Community mental health care under scrutiny;
  • 9:35 Can solar energy power a home all year round?;
  • 9:50 South America correspondent Joel Richards;
  • 10:07 Feedback on mental health interviews;
  • 10:11 Violinist Nicola Benedetti;
  • 10:40 Book review - Love as a Stranger;
  • 11:06 Feedback on mental health interviews (Part 2);
  • 11:11 Politics with Stephen Mills and Rob Hosking;
  • 11:33 Lao food with Dai Phonevilay and Dal Philavong;
  • 11:49 Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne: new Waitangi Museum

Friday, 8 April 2016

  • 9:08 Former state ward assesses CYF shakeup;
  • 9:25 Fish stock decline worse than feared;
  • 9:45 Asia correspondent Kunda Dixit;
  • 10:11 Screenagers: the real impact of too much screen time;
  • 10:40 Book Review - The Bricks that Built the Houses by Kate Tempest;
  • 11:08 Music reviewer Grant Smithies;
  • 11:32 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer;
  • 11:47 The Week that Was

Thursday, 7 April 2016

  • 9:08 Queenstown council cracks down on Wicked Campers;
  • 9:22 Making social policy based on hard evidence;
  • 9:32 NZ Hungry for organics, lack of certification hard to swallow;
  • 9:49 UK correspondent, Dame Ann Leslie;
  • 10:07 The quirky little bird that saved a family;
  • 10:24 The future of Child Youth and Family;
  • 11:07 New technology With Mark Pesce;
  • 11:25 Parenting - Advice for young part-time job seekers;
  • 11:47 Viewing with Duncan Grieve

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

  • 9:09 Wealth Management researcher on Panama Papers;
  • 9:30 6.40pm Sat 9 April 2016: Ombudsman seeks to clear complaint backlog;
  • 9:50 Australia correspondent Peter Munro;
  • 10:10 Josh James bushman adventurer;
  • 10:40 Book review - Three Words;
  • 11:05 45% of Kiwibank to be sold;
  • 11:09 Marty Duda with the music of Lizzy Mercier Descloux;
  • 11:30 Threats to nature in the city;
  • 11:45 Privacy law with Nicole Moreham

Tuesday, 5 April 2016

  • 9:10 Helen Clark's bid for the top UN job;
  • 9:22 Health Ministry responds to nurses' pleas for more support;
  • 9:39 The overdiagnosis epidemic;
  • 9:50 US Correspondent Steve Almond;
  • 10:06 Helen Clark announces candidacy for UN top job;
  • 10:20 How Grace Oakeshott faked her death in 1907 and fled to New Zealand;
  • 10:40 Book review - The Forgetting Time by Sharon Guskin;
  • 11:06 Rod Oram;
  • 11:25 Let's talk about death;
  • 11:44 Media commentator - Gavin Ellis

Monday, 4 April 2016

  • 9:09 New Zealand's role in massive tax haven leak;
  • 9:31 Graduate nurses plead for more support;
  • 9:43 What you need to know about the new Health and Safety act;
  • 9:52 Europe correspondent, Seamus Kearney;
  • 10:07 Submariner, Terry Kerby on the wonders of the ocean depths;
  • 10:40 Book review Much Ado About Shakespeare by Donovan Bixley;
  • 11:07 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Stephen Mills;
  • 11:35 Food - Vegan Food Fair, Auckland;
  • 11:50 Urbanist Tommy Honey

Friday, 1 April 2016

  • 9:09 Is the government's plan for helping vulnerable kids working?;
  • 9:35 Norbu Tenzing, Sherpa and Everest's climbing 'industry';
  • 9:45 Fernie the reading dog;
  • 9:52 Pacific correspondent Mike Field;
  • 10:07 Barry Maister & Suzanne McFadden on hockey's golden moment;
  • 10:37 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre;
  • 11:10 Music with Jeremy Taylor;
  • 11:31 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer;
  • 11:47 The week that was

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