Nine To Noon for Monday 27 July 2009
09:05 Greenhouse gas emissions
Nick Smith, Climate Change and Environment Minister.
09:25 Greenhouse gas emissions
Peter Neilson, chief executive, NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development; and Simon Boxer, Greenpeace Climate Change spokesperson.
09:30 Separated Dads - are they getting the help they need for the grief and frustration they go through?
Cary Hayward, National Practice Manager of Relationship Services; Philip Chapman, Researcher; and Donald Pettitt, separated dad who formed Canterbury Mens Centre.
0800 636 754
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Pauline McKay - social justice activist
As a teen she had her social conscience triggered by the Nigerian civil war, then had a prominent role in the 1981 Springbok tour protests. After the last 15 years in Geneva, Pauline McKay has returned home to head the Christian World Service in New Zealand. She speaks to us about a life of activism and social justice.
10:30 Book Review with Quentin Johnson
Wildflower by Mark Seal
Published by Hachette
10:45 Reading. The Orphan Gunner by Sara Knox
(Part 7 of 10)
An unconventional romance set in bomber command in Lincolnshire during WWII.
11:05 Politics wth commentators Matthew Hooton and Andrew Campbell
11:30 Guest chef Adam Newell, owner/chef Zibibbo Restaurant and Bar, Wellington; and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Recipes: Slow Braised Chicken with Black Olives and Oranges and Winter Pudding.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey discusses cellphones
Japan's Galapagos problem (third generation smartphones) and cellphone etiquette for kids.
NY Times - Why Japan's cellphones haven't gone global
NY Times - Cellphone etiquette for kids