Nine To Noon for Thursday 14 March 2013
09:05 First Latin American Pope elected
Father Michael Gielen from the Hamilton Diocese. He is currently studying in Rome and has been in St Peter's Square where he's seen Pope Francis speak to the crowd.
09:20 First Latin American Pope elected
Professor Scott Appleby, a religious historian at Notre Dame Catholic Research University in Indiana; and Joel Richards, correspondent in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
09:30 Planned legislation that would give public servants immunity from lawsuits
Law Commission president Justice Sir Grant Hammond.
09:45 UK correspondent Dame Ann Leslie
Former British MP Chris Huhne and his ex-wife Vicky Price are imprisoned and the Falklands referendum.
10:05 Carmel Fisher - NZ fund manager
Founder and managing director of Fisher Funds, which announced last month it would buy Tower Investments for $79 million. The acquisition will give Fisher total funds under management of $5.5 billion, ranking the firm fourth largest in NZ, and it will be the biggest NZ-owned KiwiSaver provider.
10:35 Book Review with Ian Templeton
In The Ring: A Commonwealth Memoir by Don McKinnon
10:45 The Reading: The Kindness of Your Nature by Linda Olsson
Read by Denise O'Connell
An expatriate Swedish woman reflects on a past that brought her to live in isolation near Kawhia on the north island's west coast – half a world away from the land of her childhood. (Part 4 of 10)
11:05 New Technology commentator Paul Brislen
The fibre network rollout and how that's going; and technology in schools and the digital divide – why rural New Zealand is getting left behind.
11:20 Parenting with Isopo Samu
Isopo Samu is a Whangarei youth worker, he discusses dealing with youth, and what to do if your child or teen is going off the rails.
11:45 Film with Graeme Tuckett
The Red House, Liberal Arts and A Small Act.
Music played in this show
Artist: Anika Boh and Hollie
Song: Walk Away
Comp: Moa / Runga / Smith
Broadcast Time: 09:35am
Artist: The Pierces
Song: The Good Samaratin
Comp: A Pierce
Broadcast Time: 094:4am