Nine To Noon for Friday 22 March 2013
09:05 Outgoing Principals' Association president takes swipe at Education Ministry
Patrick Walsh, president of the Secondary Principals' Association, who's finishing up after three years in the role; and Peter Hughes, acting Secretary for Education.
09:30 Does more need to be done to reduce the impact of repeated head injuries in sport?
Steve Marshall, New Zealand researcher who is the director of the Injury prevention Research Centre at the University of North Carolina; Doug King, emergency nurse and health researcher who is conducting a second PHD into head injuries in sport in NZ, this time focussing on rugby; and Dr Ian Murphy, sports physician and Medical Director for NZ Rugby and NZ Cricket.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Gina Campbell - daughter of Bluebird
Gina Campbell, daughter of land and water speed record breaker, Don Campbell, talks about growing up in the shadow of her famous daredevil father, and emulating his career.
10:35 Children's books with John McIntyre
New Zealand Book Month - two new novels by New Zealand authors.
A Winter's Day in 1939 by Melinda Szymanik
Published by Scholastic
Phantom of Terawhiti by Des Hunt
Published by Harper Collins
10:45 The Reading: The Kindness of Your Nature by Linda Olsson
Read by Denise O'Connell (Part 10 of 10)
11:05 Music with Sean McKenna
New music from Billy Bragg, Laura Mvula and Stornoway.
Artist: Billy Bragg
Song: Handyman Blues
Album: Tooth & Nail
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Broadcast Time: 11:10
Artist: Laura Mvula
Songs: Like the Morning Dew
Sing to the Moon
Album: Sing to the Moon
Broadcast Time: 11:15
Song: The Great Procrastinator
Album: Tales From Terra Firma
Broadcast Time: 11:25
11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos
11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Pinky Agnew
Music played in this show
Artist: Louis Prima and Keely Smith
Song: (Nothing’s Too Good) For My Baby
Comp: Falcon / Budston
Broadcast Time: 11:45