Nine To Noon for Monday 6 July 2009
09:05 Resilience of children
Professor Gordon Harold, Alexander McMillan Chair in Childhood Studies Professor of Psychology Centre for Research on Children and Families - Otago University.
09:30 New media effect on book publishing
Ursula MacKenzie, CEO of Little, Brown Book Group - has overseen the publication of some of the juiciest memoirs in the UK in recent history - including Cherie Blair, and Edwina Currie, the MP who had an affair with John Major - as well as the Twilight series, which is the biggest thing it seems, since Harry Potter. She talks about how publishers are gearing up to cope with new media onslaught on books.
09:45 Iran correspondent Farideh Farhi
From the University of Hawaii's department of Political Science, affiliate graduate facility
10:05 Stroke recovery
David Herkt, poet and journalist who was struck by a debilitating stroke in November last year - he speaks candidly about his recovery.
10:30 Book review with Carole Beu
As the Earth Turns Silver by Alison Wong
Published by Penguin NZ
10:45 Reading. The 10PM Question by Kate De Goldi
(Part 1 of 10, RNZ)
Only his Ma takes 12-year old Frankie Parsons's worrying questions seriously. But she is the cause of the most worrying question of all - the one Frankie can't ask.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Neil Brazier owner/chef The Landing, Kerikeri and chef at Salt Brasserie, Pahia and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Red Thai Fish Curry and Sweet Coconut Rice Pudding.
11:45 Off the Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne
Outdoorsman, adventurer, travel journalist and photographer.
See images in the Kennedy Warne gallery.