Nine To Noon for Thursday 27 August 2009
09:05 Death of Ted Kennedy
Laurence Leamer, author, journalist and Kennedy family expert.
09:20 How much of the money we give to charities actually goes to those in need?
Joan Buchanan, charity consultant with 23 years experience in the industry; and Trevor Garrett, chief executive of the Charities Commission.
09:35 Cadbury going fair trade
Dave Bibby, senior lecturer Advertising and Marketing Communications at Auckland University of Technology.
09:45 UK correspondent Kate Adie
10:05 Undercover Cop
Robert Earle, NZ detective who has worked undercover overseas on high profile international child sex-trafficking cases.
10:30 Book Review with Kate Blackhurst
Border Songs by Jim Lynch
Published by Bloomsbury
10:45 Reading: Landings by Jenny Pattrick
(Part 9 of 15)
A tale of the early 20th-century Whanganui River community.
11:30 Psychologist and parenting expert Nigel Latta
11:45 Television reviewer Simon Wilson
When the Levee Broke: Spike Lee's massive two-part investigation of the destruction of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina and 7 Days, TV3's new comedy half hour hosted by Jeremy Corbett, based on RNZ's own Off the Wire.