Monday, March 30, 2015

Nine to Noon - Scheduled interviews and reviews - this week

Nine to Noon with Kathryn Ryan
Nine to Noon episode archive

Scheduled interviews and reviews

Monday 30 March

  • Analysis of the Cricket World Cup final between NZ and Australia
  • What will become of low-lying atolls under threat from sea level rise? The Marshall Islands' pleads for help.
  • Middle East correspondent, Kate Shuttleworth
  • Epigenetics expert Professor Jo Nadeau on how environmental factors like diet, stress and conditions in the womb can alter a person's genetic make-up
  • Book review: The Legend of Winstone Blackhat by Tanya Moir 
  • Reading: The Dwarf Who Moved' by Peter Williams  QC (Part 5 of 8)

  • Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
  • Clevedon tomato growers Anthony and Angela Tringham from Curious Croppers. If you have a glut of tomatoes at the moment, they have recipes for  Gazpacho, Tomato, Ricotta and Oatcake Canapes and Caprese Salad.
  • Urban issues with Tommy Honey
Anthony and Angela Tringham
Clevedon tomato growers Anthony and Angela Tringham have been selling their Curious Croppers produce at the Clevedon Farmers Market and two years ago they began supplying restaurants. The couple grows rare and unusual tomatoes.
Photo by Manja Wachsmuth.

Tuesday 31 March

  • Barbara Docherty as a rural nurse for more than 2 decades including on the Chatham Islands. She says rural nursing is not taken seriously by the sector and that needs to change.
  • US Correspondent Steve Almond
  • Katharine Zaleski , the company president who has issued a public apology to the mothers she has worked with, saying she didn't realise how horrible she'd been until she had a child of her own.
  • Book Review:The Faithful Couple by A.D. Miller
  • Reading: 'The Dwarf Who Moved' by Peter Williams QC (Part 6 of 8)
  • Business commentator Rod Oram
  • Interview
  • Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Wednesday 1 April

  • What happens when our shampoos, antibacterial soaps and foaming face washes go down the drain?
  • Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
  • The brain's capacity to improve itself and solve problems and how mindset influences behaviour. Carol Dweck is the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at Stanford University.
  • Book review: A Place Called Winter by Patrick Gale
  • ''The Dwarf Who Moved' by Peter Williams QC (Part 7 of 8)
  • Marty Duda's musical artist of the week
  • Legal commentator Charles McGuinness on employment law issues
  • Science with Siouxsie Wiles.

Thursday 2 April

  • Marine Scientist Cornel De Ronde on a recent expedition to study undersea volcanoes in the Kermadec Arc, using the world's most sophisticated autonomous underwater vehicle.
  • UK Correspondent Kate Adie
  • Pediatrician and an anesthesiologist, Elliot Krane on  treating pain in children.
  • Book review: Becoming Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender
  • Reading: the final part of The Dwarf Who Moved' by Peter Williams QC
  • Music with Jeremy Taylor
  • Sport with Brendan Telfer
  • The Week that Was with comedians' Te Radar and Irene Pink

Cover of The Dwarf Who MovedThe Reading 24 March - 2 April

The Dwarf Who Moved

Written and read by Peter Williams
Prominent criminal defence lawyer Peter Williams recalls the people and cases, celebrated and obscure, that have defined his remarkable career.

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