Nine To Noon for Wednesday 8 February 2012
09:05 The Waitangi Tribunal claim by the Maori Council challenging the proposed asset sales
Donna Hall, lawyer who lodged the claim, which seeks to halt the proposed partial sale of state-owned power generators until the water and geothermal ownership of the SOEs is resolved; and Nick Davidson, retired lawyer from Bell Gully - commerical lawyer involved in fisheries, forestry and Ngai Tahu settlements.
09:30 A new way of teaching maths, especially to Maori and Pasifika students
Dr Bobbie Hunter and Jodie Hunter, Mother and daughter research team.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton, chief political correspondent for SBS Television
10:05 Nina Nawalowalo
Fijian New Zealander Nina Nawalowalo on how her parents cross cultural love story inspired her latest play Masi which premieres at the NZ Festival of the Arts.
Masi rehearsal, featuring photography by Ans Westra. Image by Philip Merry.
10:35 Book Review with Phil Vine
Religion for Atheists by Alain de Botton
Published by Hamish Hamilton
10:45 Reading: One Summer a short story by Adrienne M Frater read by Rima Te Wiata
Megan spends a memorable summer in Opononi in the 1950s.
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Music with Marty Duda - Ringo Starr
1. Early 1970 – Ringo Starr taken from 1971 single (Apple)
2. Photograph – Ringo Starr taken from 1973 album, Ringo (Apple)
3. Weight Of The World – Ringo Starr taken from 1993 album, Time Takes Time (Private Music)
4. Anthem – Ringo Starr taken from 2012 album, Ringo 2012 (Hip-O)
11:30 Legal commentator Catriona MacLennan
Relationship Services is running a survey on its website - www.relate.org.nz to help inform its submission to Government about Family Court counselling.
11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston
The announcement of the delayed reopening of Christchurch Art Gallery and the discovery of what's thought to be the earliest copy of the Mona Lisa.