Nine To Noon for Friday 27 February 2009
09:05 Jobs Summit
Laila Harre is the head of National Distribution Union; Michael Barnett is the chief executive of Auckland Chamber of Commerce; Rod Carr is the former CEO of Jade Corp, former deputy Reserve Bank Governor, and currently vice chancellor at Canterbury University.
09:20 Bootcamps - employers
Ewen Mackintosh, owner of Mackintosh Shearing - gets some referrals from Richard Cairns bootcamp "Youth at Risk Onwards Programme " and also graduates from his programme preparing unemployed for work; Peter Maich, director of the Westport Deep Sea Fishing school - taking on kids who've completed the at risk youth programme and is training them for a fishing career; and Carol Ann Richards, who has been through Richard's programme and subsequently through the Westport Deep Sea fishing school, run by Peter Maich.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Martin Clunes - his life, career, and his dogs
British actor, star of Doc Martin, has written a book, A Dogs Life, based on Mary, his cocker spaniel.
10:30 Book Review with John McIntyre
The Art of Graeme Base by Julie Watts
Animalia by Graeme Base
The Eleventh Hour by Graeme Base
Enigma by Graeme Base
10:45 Reading: Tuvalu by Andrew O'Connor
Episode 5 of 15
Noah's new neighbour at the hostel, Harry, has borrowed money from him.
11:05 Music Review with Manu Taylor
Seasick Steve - "I Started Out With Nothin And I Still Got Most Of It Left"
- 2008 Warner Music UK 2564694152
Beirut - "March Of The Zapotec" - 2009 Pompeii Records/Revolver USA POMP001
"Dark Was The Night - A Red Hot Compilation" - 2009 Red Hot/4AD Ltd
11:30 Sport with Joseph Romanos
11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Irene Pink