Monday, August 31, 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 31 August

  • Leading Antarctic researcher Dr Regina Eisert, whose work is helping uncover the unknown journeys of killer whales, or orca, from Antartica, to Northland, New Zealand
  • Book Review: When the Moon is Low by Nadia Hashimi
  • Reading: In the Palace Gardens by Sarah Quigley
  • Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
  • Bringing authentic Ethopian home cooking to the New Zealand dinner table, with spices sourced directly from Ethopia
  • Kennedy Warne discusses sustainable seas

Tuesday 1st September

  • News and current affairs
  • US correspondent Steve Almond
  • Katrine Marcal, Swedish author of Who Cooked Adam Smith's Dinner?
  • Book Review: The Party Line by Sue Orr
  • Reading: In the Palace Gardens by Sarah Quigley
  • Business commentator Rod Oram
  • Straight Outta Christchurch Scribe & The White Guitar
  • Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Wednesday 2nd September

  • News and current affairs
  • Matthew Yeomans on sustainability branding
  • Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
  • Sasha Fisher, young entrepeneur who set up Spark MicroGrants, which helps residents of rural villages in East Africa fund their own development ideas
  • New Zealand Literature Review: Lost and Gone Away by Lynn Jenner, Histories of the Future by Martin Edmond (Published by Walleah Press)
  • Reading: In the Palace Gardens by Sarah Quigley (Final)
  • Marty Duda's musical artist of the week.
  • Law with Simon Jefferson QC
  • Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles

Thursday 3 September

  • News and current affairs
  • The risks of intense sport and rigorous exercise for women
  • UK correspondent Matthew Parris
  • Celia Lashlie's children talk about their mother's inspirational work with young people. The leading social advocate and researcher died earlier this year
  • Book Review: The Gilded Hour by Sara Donati
  • Reading: Driving to Midnight, a short story by Sarah Quigley
  • New Technology with Robbie Allan
  • Parenting
  • TV reviewer Lara Strongman

Friday 4 September

  • News and current affairs
  • Dr Nadine Kaslow, former head of the American Psychological Association, on suicide prevention
  • Asia correspondent
 10-11am .
  • Winnie Byanyima  the first African director of Oxfam  with an incredible life story
  • Kiran Dass from Unity Books
  • Reading: Waiting for the Wolves, a short story written and told by Sarah Quigley
  • Music with Jeremy Taylor
  • Sport with Brendan Telfer
  • The Week that Was with Te Radar and Elisabeth Easther

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