Nine To Noon for Thursday 4 April 2013
09:05 The planned tough new laws to protect people from cyberbullying and harassment
Justice Minister Judith Collins.
09:30 Office politics
It's an inevitable part of working life, so how do you thrive in an environment full of people with psychopathic tendencies, Machiavellian cunning and narcissistic selfishness? Oliver James is a psychologist and broadcaster who has written about office politics.
Office Politics: How to Thrive in a World of Lying, Backstabbing and Dirty Tricks by Oliver James
ISBN: 9780091923945 RRP$
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
10:05 David Scheffer - the 'father' of modern war crimes tribunals
David Scheffer is the UN Secretary-General's Special Expert on United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials. Professor Scheffer was the first US Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues from 1997-2001 and led the US delegation in UN talks establishing the International Criminal Court.
All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals by David Scheffer, Princeton University Press
10:35 Book review with Elizabeth Eeasther
Up in the Air by Betty Riegel
Published by Simon & Schuster
10:45 Reading: The Thrill of Falling by Witi Ihimaera
11:05 New technology with Lance Wiggs
The top NZ web-based businesses, and can Tiwai point be replaced with a server farm.
11:30 Is retiring later good for you?
In his new book Extending Your Use-by Date, Dr Darryl Dymock, a researcher with Queensland's Griffith University, has examined why continuing to work later in life can be good for your health and your back pocket.
11:45 TV review with Nick Grant
Top of the Lake and looks at why so many film directors have taken their skills to TV.