Nine To Noon for Tuesday 31 July 2012
09:05 The blueprint for the new Christchurch CBD
Don Miskell, landscape architect and director of architecture firm Boffa Miskell, who has led the Blueprint 100 consortium and coordinated the input of each firm to produce the Blueprint Report; and Rod Marler, the design and planning manager for the Christchurch Central Development Unit who worked on the blueprint report and has led the development of the recovery plan. He is on secondment from Waterfront Auckland.
09:25 Reaction to the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan
Richard Peebles, property investor and developer who is one of those most affected by the new CBD plan; Michael Turner, head of the Canterbury Restaurant Association; and Ange Leonard, former CBD business owner who has now changed jobs.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
Mitt Romney's disastrous trip to the UK, Israel and Poland.
10:05 Feature guest - Andrew Zolli: resilience
Why all systems break down, and some bounce back while others don't. Andrew Zolli works in the field of global foresight and innovation. He created Pop!Tech, which is a social innovation network and thought leadership forum.
Reslience: Why Things Bounce Back by Andrew Zolli and Ann Marie Healy
Published by Headline
10:35 Book Review with Graham Beattie
Michael Morpurgo: War Child to War Horse by Maggie Fergusson
Published by HarperCollins/Fourth Estate
10:45 Reading: 'One of Your Skies' by Pip Adam read by Madeline McNamara
The second in a series of short stories from Pip Adam's collection Everything we Hoped For.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
The Christchurch central city blueprint.
11:30 Do schools have too much power when it comes to the expulsion of problem students?
Ben Mills, legal education co-ordinator for Youth Law; and Graham Henricksen, chairperson of the Auckland School Trustees Association.
11:45 Film reviewer Dan Slevin
The Dark Night Rises, Magic Mike and his current picks from the NZ International Film Festival.