Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Nine to Noon Scheduled interviews and reviews this week

Nine to Noon with Kathryn Ryan
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Scheduled interviews and reviews

Tuesday 28 April

  • The coroners inquest into the deaths of two Dunedin children at their hands of their father has raised serious questions about the way police enforce protection orders in domestic violence cases. We look at one region, Wairarapa, where all breaches of protection orders are investigated and prosecuted if there is enough evidence.
  • US Correspondent Steve Almond
  • Australian poet and animal activist David Brooks
  • Book Review: The Great Leader and the Fighter Pilot by Blaine Harden
  • Reading: Burt Bell's Crusade
  • Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
  • Baker, Alice Arndell from Martinborough with recipes from her new book Bake Me Home.
  • Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Wednesday 29 April

  • Calls for a law change to protect insurance customers who accidentally leave out information when applying for a policy.
  • Australia correspondent, Karen Middleton
  • Australian author and journalist, Ramona Koval on Her her latest book Bloodhound, Searching for my Father. Romona Koval's parents were Holocaust survivors who fled Poland and settled in Melbourne. But she had always suspected that the man who raised her was not her biological father, and set about finding the truth.
  • Book Review:  The Hiding Places by Catherine Robertson
  • Reading: Touchstones by James McNeish. Part 8, follows on from the first half of the story which aired at the end of last year.
  • Marty Duda's musical artist of the week
  • Legal commentator
  • Science commentator, Siouxsie Wiles

Thursday 30 April

  • News and current affairs
  • UK Correspondent
  • Egyptian-American journalist and commentator, Mona Eltahawy on her new book Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution.
  • Book Review: Very Good Lives by J K Rowling
    Published by Little Brown
  • Reading: Touchstones by James McNeish. Part 9
  • New Technology with Erika Pearson
  • Parenting, how to keep non-sporty kids active
  • TV reviewer Regan Cunliffe of Throng

Friday 1 May

  • The man who spearheaded Sydney City Council's change to electric vehicles, Chris Binns.
  • Jamil Anderlini, Asia correspondent .
  • US Lawyer, Randol Schoenberg who successfully fought the Austrian government for the return of five Klimit paintings stolen by the Nazis, a story told in the film The Woman in Gold, starring Helen Mirren.
  • Book Review: Tilly Lloyd from Unity Books 
  • Reading: Touchstones by James McNeish. Part 10
  • New Music with Jeremy Taylor.
  • Sports with Brendan Telfer.
  • Te Radar and Pinky Agnew on the Week that Was 

The Reading 28 - 1 May

A short story, Burt Bell's Crusade, plays on Tuesday, followed by the second half of James McNeish's Touchstones, which aired at the end of last year. 

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