Nine To Noon for Monday 28 September 2009
09:05 Iran missile tests
Hans Blix, former chief UN weapons inspector who is now the chairman of the Weapons of Mass destruction Commission; and Professor Paul Rogers, Professor of peace studies at Bradford University, UK.
09:20 Water footprint
Dr Brent Clothier, Dr Trevor Stuthridge, and Alistair Mowat talk to us about 'virtual water'.
09:30 Jeremy Toeman
Founder of legacylocker.com
09:45 Middle east correspondent Irris Mackler
10:05 Warwick Thornton - Aboriginal film-maker
Warwick wrote his film Samson and Delilah from his own knowledge of Aboriginal communities and what he calls 'not the Stolen Generation but the Lost Generation' and made it real by including his own brother, a trained actor but a lifetime alcoholic playing the unforgettable role of a homeless man (but only after he'd gone to rehab before getting the job). The film won the Camera D'Or at Cannes Film Festival (that's the award for best first feature). It screened at the NZFF and is due for general release here in early October.
10:30 Book Review with Harry Ricketts
That Old Cape Magic by Richard Russo
Published by Chatto & Windus
10:45 Reading: Juggling with Mandarins by V M Jones
(Part 1 of 10, RNZ)
Pip feels he is being called on to fulfill sporting ambitions his father can no longer achieve. He is also struggling with his changing feelings for the girl next door. As well as learning to juggle mandarins, he learns how to juggle new feelings and relationships, and to succeed in indoor rock climbing.
11:05 Politics with Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooton
11:30 Guest chef Peter Thornley and wine commentator John Hawkesby
11:45 Kennedy Warne - outdoorsman and adventurer
See images in the Kennedy Warne Gallery.