Nine To Noon for Thursday 23 August 2012
09:05 Alcohol industry to self-regulate RTDs
The Government is to allow the industry to regulate itself when it comes to the alcohol content of RTDs, which are popular among younger drinkers and have been blamed for binge drinking.
Professor Jennie Connor is the head of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine at Otago University. Liz Read, spokesperson for beer and spirits company Lion
09:30 Australian anti-fracking campaigner urges NZ landowners to take up the fight
Drew Hutton, president of the Lock The Gate Alliance in Australia; and Rosalind Archer, Associate Professor at the Department of Engineering Science at Auckland University.
09:45 UK correspondent Ann Leslie
10:05 Sandra Pickering - Vodafone NZ Technology Director
Sandra Pickering holds one of the top IT jobs in the country and is one of the few women to hold a high-ranking tech position in a major telecommunications company in New Zealand. She left school at 16 and honed her IT skills while at an insurance company and during a 19-year stint at IBM.
10:35 Book Review with Graham Beattie
An Italian Sojourn by Pat Unger (editor)
Published by Wily Publications
10:45 Reading: Rangatira by Paula Morris
At the farewell meeting of the rangatira group in Birmingham, March 1864, Jenkins speaks out about the accusations against him.
11:05 New Technology with Donald Clark
Donald discusses how to 3D print your house, new social media innovations and mobile payment developments.
Dorothy Waide is a nanny and Karitane nurse who's a specialist in newborn babies. Today she discusses breast millk versus formula, how to establish routine, and nurturing beyond the 12 week point.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
The new Herald masthead and APN's controlled rollout of the compact format of the paper; journalism.org.nz and blatant programme promos passed off as news.
Music played in this show
The Beat Goes On
Sonny and Cher
by Sonny Bono
from the 1967 album "In Case You're in Love"