Nine To Noon for Wednesday 23 July 2008
Nine to Noon for Wednesday 23 July 2008
A new report shows the rate of dementia in NZ will triple in next 40 years and rest homes may start turning alzheimers patients away.
Lyn Pezzulo, author of report into dementia - from Australian Company Access Economics; and Joy Simpson, immediate past president of Alzheimers New Zealand.
09:20 Capture of Radovan Karadzic
Tim McCormack, from Melbourne Law School.
09:30 Rowing NZ dousing
Sarah Ivey, NZ Herald photographer and the journalists who fell overboard in
Olympic rowing photo op on Lake Karapiro.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
Kate Clark and Al Morrison. Kate Clark was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers disease 5 years ago at the age of 52. Her husband Al Morrison is the Director General of the Department of Conservation.
10:30 Book Review with Mary McCallum
Street Without a Name by Kapka Kassabova
Published by Penguin NZ
ISBN 978 014 300 8644
10:45 Reading: The Mesmerist written and read by Barbara Ewing
Published by Spherer.
ISBN 978-1847-440228. (Part 3 of 15)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Artist Of The Week - Dr. John...real name Mac Rebennack
Storm Warning - Mac Rebennack taken from 1959 single (Rex)
Right Place, Wrong Time - Dr. John taken from 1973 album
"In The Right Place" (Atco)
Accentuate The Positive - Dr. John taken from 1989 album
"In A Sentimental Mood" (Warner Bros.)
Time For A Change - Dr. John taken from 2008 album "City
That Care Forgot" (429)
11:30 Law Commentator - Ursula Cheer