Nine To Noon for Monday 29 September 2008
Nine to Noon for 29 September 2008
9:05 Federated Farmers' T150 campaign
Jeremy Rookes, North Canterbury sheep farmer
9:20 Federated Farmers' T150 campaign
Bruce Wills, Federated Farmers Meat & Fibre Chairman; and Mike Petersen, Meat & Wool New Zealand Chairman
9:30 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 days
Dean Karnazes, ultra marathon runner and best selling author.
Run Like an Ultra Marathon Man: Dean Karnazes' ultimate plan on how to run a marathon
7pm Wednesday 15 October
Rosmini College, 36 Dominion St, Takapuna, Auckland
Tickets $10 per person (plus booking/delivery fee)
Book at www.iticket.co.nz or 0508 iTICKET. No door sales.
09:45 Paul Newman's legacy
Tom O'Neil, author of a number of books about the Oscars and the Emmy Awards and runs the LA Times awards blog: envelope.com
10:05 NGOs, Rwanda, aid and injustice in the Third World
James Orbinski. The young Canadian doctor who visited Rwanda on a study trip in 1980's. Fuelled by the injustice he saw there, he joined Medicins Sans Frontieres and returned to Rwanda, only to be caught in the middle of the genocidal civil war.
Author of An Imperfect Offering: Dispatches from the Medical Frontline. Published by Text Publishing.
10:30 Book Review with Laura Kroetsch
Dreams of Rivers and Seas: A Novel by Tim Panks
Published by Harvill/Secker
10:45 Reading: How To Listen To Pop Music
Written and read by Nick Bollinger (Episode 1 of 10)
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Anne Thorpe and wine with John Hawkesby
11:45 A Modest Proposal or Two with David Slack