Nine To Noon for Wednesday 18 August 2010
09:05 The dumping of ACT deputy leader Heather Roy
Stephen Franks, Former ACT MP and lawyer for Heather Roy
09:20 Indecent assault in a Blenheim resthome
Daughter of a woman who complained about the actions of a rest home care worker who was later jailed for indecently assaulting five patients; and Geoff Hipkins, CEO of Oceania Group, the company which owns Redwood Retirement Village, where the abuse took place.
09:40 Future education trends
Dr Monica Martinez, lead developer of the US-based KnowledgeWorks Foundation's influential 2020 Forecast: Creating the future for learning. The Foundation uses the 2020 Forecast to highlight how education is evolving in a world where learning is tailored to the needs of the individual student and brought to life through real-world experiences.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Brigadier Anne Campbell - providing health services to the Defence Force and veterans
Brigadier Anne Campbell has recently left the Defence Force, where she was the first NZ woman to reach the higher echelons of military office (Brigadier). Her role was Director General of Defence Medical Services. She is now at Veterans Affairs in a newly created role of health adviser.
10:30 Book Review with Michele A'Court
This Is Where We Live by Janelle Brown
Published by Hutchinson
Malcolm and Juliet by Bernard Beckett
Sex was a late-comer to the party of Malcolm's life, and when it did arrive, it wasn't dressed up in any of the usual guises (Part 13 of 15)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Feature artist: Cyndi Lauper
1. Maybe He'll Know (3:54) - Blue Angel taken from 1980 album "Blue Angel" (Hip-O Select)
2. Girls Just Want To Have Fun (3:55) - Cyndi Lauper taken from 1984 album "She's So Unusual" (Portrait)
3. I Drove All Night (4:11) - Cyndi Lauper taken from 1989 album "A Night To Remember" (Epic)
4. Early In The Morning (3:51) - Cyndi Lauper taken from 2010 album "Memphis Blues" (Mercer Street)
11:30 Legal commentator Catriona MacLennan
The duties and responsibilities of company directors, following the prosecution of five Feltex directors.
11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston
The point where art meets science - astrophotography.