Nine To Noon for Thursday 20 June 2013
09:05 Animal limb discovery sparks biosecurity fears
Dr William Rolleston, Federated Farmers vice-president and biotechnologist; and Andrew Coleman, Ministry for Primary Industry's deputy director general, compliance and response.
09:30 Call for teenagers to start school at 10am
British education researcher Dr Paul Kelley is urging all high schools to allow seniors to start at 10am. He says teenagers are suffering serious sleep deprivation and school is to blame.
09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis
10:05 Professor David Robertson - the story behind Lego
Why the iconic Danish company faced near collapse in 2003, and how it managed to recover and become one of the world's biggest toy companies, and what this turnaround can teach other companies about surviving and thriving. Professor Robertson teaches Innovation and Product Development at Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Brick by Brick: How LEGO Rewrote the Rules of Innovation and Conquered the Global Toy Industry
10:35 Book Review with Gina Rogers
Midnight in St Petersburg by Vanora Bennett
Published by Century
The epic tale of the fate of the The Nightingale, the largest and most sophisticated spaceship ever devised by human or alien intelligence.
11:05 New Technology with Sarah Putt
Google's Project Loon; the UK government offers million dollar prize for solving the world's problems; 2degrees announces 4G rollout.
11:20 Parenting with Celia Lashlie
Former prison manager, researcher and author Celia Lashlie discusses issues around raising boys.
11:45 Film with Graeme Tuckett
World War Z, Camille Rewinds, Remembrance and White Lies.
Music played in this show
The Eastern: 'Wait Out The Winter'
from their 2012 album Hope & Wire
Anika, Boh & Hollie: 'Walk Away'
Amparo Sanchez and Omara Portuondo: 'La Parrandita de las Santas'
from her 2012 alum Tuscon Habana