Nine To Noon for Monday 25 May 2009
09:05 Tomorrow's Schools .... what has and hasn't worked for Tomorrows schools 20 years on
Discussion on scrapping of individual school boards of trustees in favour of having a board formed to cover a cluster of schools.
Dr John Langley, chief executive of Cognition Education which is a large NZ education consulting company (consulting nationally and internationally); he was the former Dean of Education at University of Auckland; Gary Hildyard, principal of Redwoodtown School, Marlborough; and Kevin Jephson, principal of Dalefield School in Carterton, who is not in favour of the cluster idea.
09:30 US dairy exporter subsidies
Tim Groser, Minister of Trade; and Blue Read, chairman of the Fonterra Shareholders' Council.
09:40 Hikoi against super-city lack of Maori representation
Joy Reid, RNZ Auckland reporter travelling with southern convoy.
09:45 Middle East correspondent Irris Makler
10:05 Blood Over Water
David and James Livingston, competing rowing brothers.
10:30 Book Review with Jane Westaway
The Thoughtful Dresser by Linda Grant
Published by Virago
ISBN 978 1844 085569
10:45 Reading. On An Island With Consequences Dire by Kelly-Ana Morey
Episode 6 of 10
The layers of the years are peeled back to a summer on an island years ago when the lives of three teenaged girls, school friends, changed forever in one bloody fit of jealousy and rage. The dire consequences are about to come to a head.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Jeremy Jones and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Today's recipes - Navarin of Lamb (stew of shoulder of mutton and mainly root vegetables) and lime and ginger tart (made with fresh limes and fresh ginger).
11:45 Town-mouse Tommy Honey talks about Landfills
A better hole:
Down in the dumps:
You are what you throw away: