Nine To Noon for Thursday 10 November 2016
09:05 Market reaction to Trump election
Our business editor, Gyles Beckford on what the Trump win means for the global economy and New Zealand.
09:20 Donald Trump's win of the US presidency - what now?
Republican Party Activist Chris Cox was the executive director of John McCain's New York campaign in 2008 and he's also the grandson of another controversial US President , Richard Nixon.
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
Matthew Parris reports from the UK with reaction to the US presidency result
10:05 Beating an unbeatable cancer
Diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer - former Waikato university Professor Russell Bishop became just the 6th person in the world to trail a new chemotherapy approach - he and his wife, food writer Rowan, share their story with Kathryn Ryan.
10:35 Book review - "Marlborough Man: A Quintessentially Kiwi Story of an Accidental Wine industry trailblazer" by Allan Scott
Reviewed by Harry Broad, published by HarperCollins.
10:45 The Reading
Passing Through by Coral Atkinson read by Amanda Billing (Part 13 of 14).
11:05 New technology with Sarah Putt
Sarah Putt on the patent war on a gene-editing tool, delivering fibre over power poles and the good and the bad of software updates
11:25 Becoming the parent your teenager needs
Education consultant and parenting commentator Joseph Driessen takes a closer look at the specific parenting skills needed to guide teenagers through these challenging years.
11:45 Viewing with Tamar Munch
Tamar Munch reviews the most expensive TV series ever made - The Crown, the new series of British dark technology series Black Mirror and a US-TV series based on Australian film Animal Kingdom.