Nine To Noon for Monday 3 August 2009
09:05 Government plan to scrap the dole for 16 - 18 year olds and end youth unemployment
Stuart Middleton, executive director of Manukau Institute of Technology Student Affairs who is developing a trades high school; Prue Kelly, principal of Wellington High School; and Benedikte Jensen, research director at the New Zealand Institute.
09:20 Sustainability report
Wayne Cartwright, chair of Sustainable Aotearoa New Zealand; and Rob Fenwick, the former chair of the New Zealand Business Council for Sustainable Development.
09:30 Entrepreneurial spirit
Bruce Poon Tip, founder and CEO of Gap Adventures, the world's biggest adventure tourism company.
09:45 Africa correspondent Bronwyn Bruton
International Affairs Fellow and Africa expert, US Council on Foreign Relations.
10:05 Tom Scott
The satirical cartoonist and author who's turned his pen to the complications of love and relationships in the film Separation City which screens at cinemas around the country from this Thursday.
10:30 Book Review with Oliver Riddell
Helen Clark: A Political Life, by Denis Welch
Published by Penguin
Oliver Riddell, a former political editor of the Christchurch Press and two-time chairman of the Parliamentary press gallery. He first joined the Press Gallery in 1975 and has been fully retired since 1995.
10:45 Reading. The Madonna In The Suitcase by Huberta Hellendoorn .
( Part 1 of 5)
A story of the challenges and rewards a Dutch New Zealand family experience in caring for a daughter with Down Syndrome.
11:05 Politics with Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooton
11:30 Guest Chef Paul Jobin and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Today's recipes: Touran Red Chicken, with eggplant, avocado and tahini yoghurt; Lemonz syrup cake (LemonZ limoncello).
11:45 Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne
Outdoorsman, adventurer, travel journalist and photographer.
See images in the Kennedy Warne Gallery.