Monday, December 14, 2015

Nine to Noon - Scheduled interviews and reviews for this week

Nine to Noon with Kathryn Ryan
Nine to Noon episode archive

Scheduled interviews and reviews

Monday 14 December

  • A study has found the country's most vulnerable are struggling to pay for vital medicines and are reducing their doses, not filling prescriptions and skipping meals due to the cost
  • The latest from the Paris Climate Change negotiations, with Adrian Macey - NZ's former Climate Change ambassador
  • Joel Richards in South America
    • The scientist behind one of the biggest space feats yet - Alan Stern on the New Horizons voyage to Pluto.
    • Book review: According to Yes by Dawn French   
    • Reading:  Chappy by Patricia Grace told by Jim Moriarty and Simon Leary  (Part 9 of 12)         
    • Politics with Matthew Hooton and Stephen Mills.
    • Food: Cooking for trampers and campers with Paul and Rebecca Garland who have recipes for camp scones, four cheese pasta or gnocchi and steamed ginger pudding.
    • Off the Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne

    Tuesday 15 December

    • News and current events
    • US correspondent Susan Milligan
    • Comedian Bill Cosby's been accused of sexual predation by more than sixty women. We speak to one of them, Heidi Thomas, about her story.
    • Book Review: Wild Swan by Michael Cunningham & Yuko Shimizu
    • Reading: Chappy by Patricia Grace told by Jim Moriarty and Simon Leary          
    • Rod Oram on business.
    • Jodi Wright, writes as JA Wright. Her book  How to Grow an Addict reflects some elements of her life, as a drug and alcohol addicted teen in the US
    • Media commentator Gavin Ellis

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