Nine To Noon for Thursday 26 April 2012
09:05 Claims that youth employment schemes will lose Government funding
Dale Williams, Otorohanga mayor and chair of the Mayors' Taskforce for Jobs; Andrew Wade, Dargaville businessman who spearheaded the establishment of the Employers Initiative Group in the town; and Bryan Cadogen, mayor of Clutha District.
09:30 Psychic comedian Chris Cox
Mindreader who can't read minds.
09:45 UK correspondent Kate Adie
10:05 Feature Guest - Hannah Rothschild
British documentary filmmaker Hannah Rothschild has made a documentary and written a book on her great Aunt Pannonica Rothschild's very colourful life, who left the UK and her family to live among jazz legends, including Theolonius Monk and Charlie Parker.
The Baroness by Hannah Rothschild
Published by Virago
10:35 Book Review with Quentin Johnson
Hitler by A N Wilson
Published by Fourth Estate
10:45 Reading: Night Travellers, by Tina Shaw - Part 1
Read by Amy Tarleton
The girl is happy – just an ordinary girl – but something happens to her in her home, at night, and her life changes forever.
11:05 New Technology with Sarah Putt
Telecom's new CEO, Poppy Day on Twitter, and e-Voting fail.
11:30 Science on the Ice - Antarctica
Scientist, science journalist and co-producer of Radio New Zealand's Our Changing World, Veronika Meduna.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Signs that TV3 is cutting back on current affairs, TVNZ and TV3 appoint new political editors and euphemism in the news.