Monday, September 29, 2014

Week ahead on Nine to Noon - Radio New Zealand National - Sept 29-Oct 3

Scheduled interviews and reviews on Nine to Noon this week:

9-10am:  The National Council of Women is taking the IRD to court on an income arrears stoush . Around 9.25 Immunologist Dr Andy Baker and Mark Dixon who is the CEO of Allergy NZ on how the health system is coping with the growing allergy epidemic. Europe Correspondent Seamus Kearney on the latest European nations joining the fight against ISIL
10-11am:  Feature guest philosopher Matthew Dentith on why people love and loath conspiracy theories. 
Book reviewer Harry Ricketts on Fallout by Paul Thomas. New reading of Part 1 of ‘My Brother’s War’ by David Hill.
11-12pm: Politics with Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton on the state of the Labour party and leadership, Food slot – Deanna Yan on opening a cookie shop. And a view from State Highway One with Kennedy Warne and Arno Gasteiger.

9-10am: News and current events; Wellington amalgamation, the Local Government Commission is poised to release a decision on whether the regions eight council and regional councils should be amalgamated.
US Correspondent  Luiza Savage
10-11am:  feature guest Iraq war veteran and burn-survivor-turned-comedian, Bobby Henline, on making his horrific injuries part of his comedy.
Gina Rogers reviews Ken Follett’s book Edge of Eternity. Reading is part 2 of “My Brother’s War’.
11-12pm:  Business commentator Rod Oram, and around 11.25 South Island Angler Dave Witherow on 30 years of fishing.  Then Gavin Ellis in the media slot.

9-10am: News and current events;   A look at positive school culture, Australia correspondent  Karen Middleton
10-11am:  Feature guest Former teacher turned best selling children's author, Rick Riordan, on his Percy Jackson books.
Book Review and Reading of My Brother’s War.
11-12pm: Marty Duda features the music of his artist of the week, Employment law commentator, Charles McGuinness, then film review.

9-10am: News and current events;  Dr Alexandra Farrow from Brunei University West London on people resuming work after retiring. Research shows they have better levels of health and safety than their younger counterparts.
UK correspondent Dame Anne Leslie.
10-11am:  Former Wallabies coach Robbie Deans spills all in his new memoir, book review and reading of My Brother’s War.
11-12pm: New technology slot with Erika Pearson, then parenting  slot with Paul Jose and then TV review.

9-10am: News and current events; Asia correspondent, elderly skier Jim Mutch
10-11am:. Feature guest firebrand commentator, author and playwright Bonnie Greer talks guns and race in America.
11-12pm:  Grant Smithies with new music,  Sports Commentator, comedians  Te Radar and Irene Pink  jokes about the week’s news.

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