Nine To Noon for Monday 14 April 2014
09:05 Warning over small telcos
David Williams, a small business owner whose phone was cut off after dispute with Black and White; and David Russell, the chair of the Telecommunication Dispute Resolution which deals with complaints from consumers about services provided by their telecommunications company.
09:30 The Age of Renewables?
A new report by the global investment banking giant, Citi, says the world is entering the age of renewable energy, with solar and wind power leading the way.
Michael Eckhart is a Managing Director and Global Head of Environmental Finance and Sustainability at Citigroup. He is currently in New Zealand to deliver a keynote speech at the Wind Energy Conference
09:45 Europe correspondent Carsten von Nahmen of Deutsche Welle in Germany
10:05 Feature: The untold story of the "black diggers"
One hundred years on from the beginning of World War One, Australian playwright and director, Wesley Enoch talks to us about uncovering the untold story of the aboriginal soldiers of World War One, known as the Black Diggers.
His play Black Diggers is being performed at the Brisbane Arts Festival.
10:30 Book review: Ko Te Whenua Te Utu / The Land is the Price by M P K (Keith) Sorrenson
Reviewed by Paul Diamond, published by Auckland University Press.
A satirical take on contemporary New Zealand society and politics. About love and relationships, power and the past, it's loaded too with spin; political, social, and literary. (Part 11 of 12)
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:30 Easter baking: Hot Cross Buns
Bryan Hodges owns and runs the Oven Fresh Bakery in Gore.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Public transport and home affordability.