Nine To Noon for Monday 19 January 2015
09:05 Has patrolling the Southern Ocean for illegal fishing become futile?
Dr Julia Jabour is a member of the Ocean & Antarctic Governance Research Program at the University of Tasmania's Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. She has been researching, writing, and lecturing on polar governance for 20 years. She discusses the efficacy of international maritime law to regulate illegal fishing, in the wake of the New Zealand navy's operations against three vessels toothfishing in the Southern Ocean.
09:20 How the smartphone has funded the war in Congo
The fight to force tech companies like Apple to source conflict-free minerals from the Congo, where illegal mining has funded the 20 year war that has killed millions.
Bandi Mbubi's Ted Talk on how mining for the key mineral to make smartphones helps fund warlords in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
09:30 Neuroethicist Dr Thomas Douglas
The ethics around medical and chemical interventions for crime prevention.
09:45 UK correspondent Andrew Potter
10:05 Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards
Keith Richards is one of the original members of the Rolling Stones and Rolling Stone magazine has ranked him 4th on its list of the world top 100 best guitarists. The 70-year-old singer songwriter also plays bass guitar, keyboards and percussion. He's now branched out and has written a children's picture book. Gus and Me is about the bond he had with his grandfather, who was a musician in his own right.
10:35 Book review
10:45 The Reading: 'Cotton-Eyed Joe' by Susy Pointon
A 14-year-old girl in Karori in 1964 is twiddling with her transistor when she happens upon an arresting sound which shakes her to the core. (1 of 4, RNZ)
11:05 Political commentators Trish Sherson and Mike Williams
11:30 Breaking bad food habits
Claire Turnbull is a columnist for the Healthy Food Guide Magazine and has written a new book, Feel Good for Life, in which she offers practical advice on how to embark on a healthier lifestyle.
11:45 Architecture in New Zealand
Home magazine editor Jeremy Hansen looks at architecture around New Zealand.