Nine To Noon for Wednesday 30 November 2016
09:05 "I want an inquiry": abuse survivor
Kathryn Ryan speaks with Jazmine Bell, a victim of abuse in state care, who responds to the Social Development Minister's declaration that there won't be an independent inquiry, nor any universal apology from the state.
09:20 What happens to Kaikoura's red stickered buildings?
As Kaikoura looks to deal with its red stickered buildings, a community enterprise is pleading for the chance to deconstruct them, saying Kaikoura should learn from Christchurch's mistakes an not let valuable materials be dumped in landfill. Innovative Waste Kaikoura is a community initiative focused on diverting waste from the landfill- in the last 15 years it has diverted 75% of the town's waste from the tip - through composting, recycling and reusing. Kathryn Ryan talks to it's General Manager, Rob Roche.
09:30 NZ's culture of bullying
The Trends in International Maths and Science Study, has found that New Zealand students experienced bullying behaviours more frequently than students in many of the other 57 participating countries. Victoria University's Dr Jaimee Stuart, has carried out extensive research into bullying in New Zealand.
09:45 Australia correspondent Bernard Keane
The die off of coral on the Great Barrier reef and Tony Abbott's threat to keep sniping from sidelines until he gets a cabinet post.
10:05 Peter Alsop - Whites Aviation Photography
Kathryn Ryan talks to keen art collector Peter Alsop about his book Hand-Coloured New Zealand, which looks back at the era of hand coloured photography with the photographs of Whites Aviation. To assist his next book on New Zealand's hand-coloured photography, Peter welcomes contact from photographers, colourists, researchers and collectors - firstname.lastname@example.org; 021 370 869.
10:35 Book review - "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
Reviewed by Hannah August, published by Penguin Random House (NZ).
10:45 The Reading
The Party Line by Sue Orr read by Miriama Mc Dowell (Part 8 of 10)
11:05 Marty Duda's artist of the week
London-born singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas has two big appearances coming up in Auckland this weekend…both as the opening act for Coldplay at Mt Smart Stadium and as the headliner at the more intimate Tuning Fork. Lianne has produced two albums to date, creating a contemporary r&b sound that has been compared to Sade and Corinne Bailey Rae. She also collaborated with Prince on his 2014 album, Art Official Age.
11:20 I belong therefore I am
To what extent is psychology culture specific? Kathryn Ryan talks to Dr Waikaremoana Waitoki about the importance of Māori approaches to psychology when treating whānau experiencing mental illness. Dr Waitoki set 18 Māori psychologists the challenge of writing about 'Ripeka', a fictional young woman facing very real mental health challenges. The result was 'Te Manu Kai i Te Mātauranga: Indigenous Psychology in Aotearoa/ New Zealand.'
11:45 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles
This week Siouxsie talks about why you probably shouldn't take vitamin D supplements, the satellite made by South African teenage girls and how a predatory bacteria could fight superbugs. Siouxsie also tells us about a science-art exhibition she's running at Wynyard Quarter in Auckland this weekend…