Nine To Noon for Wednesday 23 September 2009
09:05 Young people with disabilities living in rest homes with elderly people
Liz Duke, aunt of Robyn Rainey - 34-year-old woman with Down's Syndrome who is living in a rest home; Olive Webb, advocate and friend of Robyn Rainey who says this practice of putting young people in rest homes is against disabilities strategy; Anne O'Connell, Health Ministry Disability Support Services Group Manager; and Robyn Rainey, living in old folks home because there's nowhere else for her to go.
09:25 Children's Worries
Fiona Pienaar, Auckland University researcher whose study reveals what worries our children the most and what to do about it.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Duncan Jones
Formely known as Zowie Bowie, Duncan Jones, the son of glam rocker David Bowie talks about stepping out of his father's shadow and earning his own acclaim as a film maker.
His low budget science fiction feature film debut Moon, features a robot voiced by Kevin Spacey.
10:30 Book Review with Catriona Ferguson
Fever of the Bone by Val McDermid
Published by Little, Brown
10:45 Reading. Glorious Things - a short story by Coral Atkinson
A tender story about a young man starting to come to terms with his own sexuality.
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Feature Artist: Pearl Jam
1. Alive (5:40) - Pearl Jam taken from 1991 album "Ten" (Epic)
2. Off He Goes (4:45) - Pearl Jam taken from 1996 album "No Code" (Epic)
3. Last Kiss (3:14) - Pearl Jam taken from 1999 single (Epic)
4. The Fixer (2:54) - Pearl Jam taken from 2009 album "Back Spacer" (Monkeywrench/Universal)
11:30 Legal commentator Robert Lithgow discusses the Attorney General's speech and criticism that's been levelled at lawyers
11:45 Film review with Graeme Tuckett
Graeme reviews new releases Young Victoria and Funny People.