Nine To Noon for Thursday 14 February 2013
09:05 Mark Lundy wins right to have his appeal heard
Convicted murderer Mark Lundy has won the right to have his appeal heard at Privy Council. David Hislop, lawyer for Mark Lundy.
09:20 Implications of Contact Energy's cost-saving on the partial sale of SOEs
Bill Rosenberg, CTU economist; and Grant Swanepoel, head of Institutional Research at Craig's Investment Pages.
09:30 The Cambodia Charitable Trust
Denise Arnold, NZ programme manager for the Cambodia Charitable Trust - it's a NZ charity (based in Tauranga) which supports 8 isolated rural schools in southern Cambodia - its aim is to reduce the barriers to education, especially for girls, and improve the quality of education.
09:45 UK Correspondent Dame Ann Leslie
10:05 Chris and Stephen Harris - computer gamers
Chris and Stephen Harris are computer gamers and founders of Ninja Kiwi.
10:35 Book Review with Jane Westaway
Love is a Canoe by Ben Schrank
Published by Text Publishing
10:45 Reading: The Open Accounts of an Honesty Box by Julie Helean (Part 6 of 12)
Jinx finds that Martha has trapped her in Easy to help build the local toilet. Alison and Terri agree that Martha overstepped the mark but Jinx agrees to help and shows them her plans. She has Playdough put down and gets the women to dig a hole and help bury her beloved dog on the new building site.
11:05 New Technology with Sarah Putt
The spectrum debate heating up among Maori as Telecom launches 4G trial; Telco regulation is under review – again.
11:20 Parenting commentator Christian Wright
Supporting children's comprehension of our expectations as parents, using visual strategies.
11:45 Film review with Graeme Tuckett
Mt Zion and The Silver Linings Playbook.