Nine To Noon for Monday 16 November 2015
09:05 Paris councillor reacts to terror attacks
Arash Derambarsh is a local Paris councillor. He lost friends both in this most recent attack and in the attack on Charlie Hebdo in January.
09:10 Terror networking and finance expert on Paris attacks
Loretta Napoleoni is an expert on terrorist financing and money laundering, and advises several governments and international organisations on counter-terrorism and money laundering. One of her most recent books is The Islamist Phoenix: The Islamic State and the Redrawing of the Middle East
09:30 How will Europe respond?
France closed it's borders immediately after the attacks to prevent any accomplices escaping. Now, several other European Union countries have suggested they will impose restrictions on the Schengen Agreement, which guarantees free movement across most of the region. Nine to Noon speaks to Will McCants, author of The ISIS Apocalypse and the director of the Brookings Institution's Project on US Relations with the Islamic World.
09:45 Europe correspondent, Seamus Kearney
10:05 Johann-Dietrich Woerner
He's the new Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA), and he wants to build a village on the far side of the moon. Professor Johann-Dietrich Weorner believes space agencies need to look beyond the International Space Station and a moon base base could house a telescope that could peer deeper into our galaxy.
10:35 Book review: Slade House by David Mitchell
10:45 The Reading
An Awfully Big Adventure by Jane Tolerton
New Zealand World War One veterans tell their stories (Part 6 of 15)
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Stephen Mills
11:30 Filipino cuisine with Masterchef finalist Leo Fernandez
From adobo to arroz caldo, while Filipino cooking is less spicy than food from its Thai and Vietnamese neighbours, it is no less delicious.
11:45 Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne
Kennedy Warne discusses virtual adventuring, wayfinding and the ghosts of Google
A week ago Google launched "track view" versions of several of New Zealand's Great Walks: Abel Tasman, Milford, Kepler, Waikaremoana, Heaphy, Routeburn and Rakiura/Stewart Island tracks.