Nine To Noon for Thursday 10 March 2011
09:05 First interest rate review after the Christchurch quake
Patrick O'Meara, RNZ Business Editor live from the Reserve Bank, where Governor Alan Bollard is reviewing interest rates, the first scheduled window since the Christchurch earthquake.
09:30 Is our education system failing to prepare students for the future by not grasping the major shifts in information technology and its use
Dr Scott McLeod is an award-winning education professor from Iowa State University, and currently a visiting fellow at Canterbury University's College of Education.
09:45 UK correspondent Michael White
Prince Andrew's problems embarrassment for the SAS and the London Stock Exchange over Libya and police cuts, the latest in UK retrenchment.
10:05 Paul Kelly - singer-songwriter
Australian folk-rock legend Paul Kelly has recorded seventeen studio albums as well as several film soundtracks and live albums, in a career spanning more than thirty years. He was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 1997. He has just released first work of prose, a self described 'mongrel memoir' called How To Make Gravy and will be in Auckland this month as part of the Auckland Arts Festival.
10:30 Book Review with Emma Hart
Dolci Di Love by Sarah-Kate Lynch
Published by HarperCollins
10:45 Reading:Hello Dubai, written & read by Joe Bennett (Part 4 of 10)
We learn about the United Arab Emirates through its drinking and shipping history.
11:05 New Technology with Nigel Horrocks
Nigel discusses how countries like Libya and Egypt can shut off the internet for days.
The site where you can get shortened web addresses http://bit.ly/
11:15 First interest rate review after the Christchurch quake
Alan Bollard, Reserve Bank governor.
11:20 Parenting with Nigel Latta
Self control - what is it, why is it important, and how can you help children develop more self control?
11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett
Blue Valentine and the Documentary Festival.