Monday, February 01, 2016

Nine to Noon this week - Scheduled interviews and reviews

Nine to Noon with Kathryn Ryan

Scheduled interviews and reviews

Monday 1 February

  • A growing number of NZ Hep C patients are getting backdoor access to an unfunded revolutionary drug at a fraction of the cost
  • The researcher who blew the lid on lead contamination in the water supply in Flint, Michigan - which has poisoned thousands of people.
  • Carsten von Nahmen on Europe issues
  • Architect and former mountaineer Tom Kundig, best known for his stunning isolated cabins
  • Book review: The Death Ray Debacle by David McGill
  • Reading: Sea Vagabonds by John Wray read by Alex Greig         
  • Politics with Matthew Hooton and Stephen Mills.
  • Grow your own: how to get the best out of your vege patch.
  • Kennedy Warne goes off the beaten track

Tuesday 2 February

  • news and current affairs
  • The power of diagnosis, and its limitations
  • US correspondent Susan Milligan on the US presidential Primaries
  • Psychiatrist Darold Treffert who has spent 5 decades studying people with savant syndrome, and says there may be a buried prodigy in all of us.
  • Book Review: For the Most Beautiful by Emily Hauser
  • Reading: South Sea Vagabonds by John Wray read by Alex Greig
  • Rod Oram on business.
  • Daniel Vidal on why NZ businesses need to embrace digital technology
  • Media commentator Gavin Ellis

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