Nine To Noon for Thursday 22 April 2010
09:05 Implications of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Eddie Durie is a former Waitangi Tribunal chairman and High Court judge.
09:25 Bullying strategies at schools
Sue Blakely, Acting Principal, Rosehill College, Auckland. The Undercover Team Response to Bullying was pioneered at the school.
Kate Gainsford is the PPTA President.
Children's Commissioners Responsive Schools Report
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
10:05 Carol Kaye, legendary bass guitarist
Bass Player, studio musician, writer, publisher and educator of famous bassists.
10:25 Book Revie with Harry Ricketts
The Victims of Lightning by Bill Manhire
Published by Victoria University Press
10:45 Reading. 'How to Make Your First Billion' by Matthew Solon
A fictionalised insight into Silicon Valley, the home of the global communications revolution (Part 4 of 10, BBC/Goldhawk)
11:05 New Technology with Nat Torkington
Nat Torkington on DNA testing whales, fly brain maps, surgery glue from sandcastle worms, the simplest thing you can do to increase physical activity in the workplace, and the latest celebrity voice for your satnav...
11:30 Nigel Latta
Psychologist and parenting expert Nigel Latta discusses what to do when your teens get in trouble with the police
11:45 TV review with Simon Wilson
TV Reviewer Simon Wilson gives his opinon of the remake of The Prisoner, and a drama series called First Australians.