Nine To Noon for Wednesday 24 April 2013
09:05 Mosgiel mother campaigns to have synthetic drug sales banned after son goes off the rails
Carol Pine is a Mosgiel Mum furious about sales of syntethic cannabis and the effect it has had on her son and her family. She has started a petition to ban the drugs.
09:15 Mosgiel mother campaigns to have synthetic drug sales banned after son goes off the rails
Dr Leo Schep is from the National Poisons Centre.
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09:30 Ask FM social networking site concerns schools
Social networking site Ask FM is causing concern for secondary school teachers and principals throughout New Zealand.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
Australia's population passes the 23-million mark, sparking debate about population growth and immigration; and the Prime Minister's plan to improve the quality of education in schools.
10:05 Feature guest - Dr Margaret Farley
Dr Margaret Farley is a Catholic nun and emeritus Professor of Christian Ethics and Yale University's Divinity School, whose most recent book has been denounced by the Vatican. Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics, tackles a number of taboo topics within the Catholic church, including masturbation, same sex marriage, divorce and re-marriage.
10:35 Book Review with Harry Broad
Gallipoli: A Ridge Too Far Edited by Ashley Ekins
Published by Exisle Publishing
An old soldier marching to the dawn service realises the reason he went to war when he encounters the innocent kindness of a little girl.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Aerosmith
They’ve been through some ups and downs over the past 40 years, but incredibly all five members of Aerosmith are still together and making music. The band emerged out of Boston in the early 1970s and immediately got people’s with 'Dream On', the single from their 1973 debut album. By the middle of the '70s they practically defined American hard rock with albums like Toys In The Attic and Rocks. The band has survived its latest crisis…Steve Tyler’s stint on American Idol…and are in Dunedin on Wednesday.
1. Mama Kin (4:27) - Aerosmith taken from 1973 album "Aerosmith" (Columbia)
2. Sweet Emotion (4:34) - Aerosmith taken from 1975 album "Toys In The Attic" (Columbia)
3. Janie's Got A Gun (5:38) - Aerosmith taken from 1989 album "Pump" (Geffen)
4. Oh Yeah (3:40) -Aerosmith taken from 2012 album "Music From Another Dimension!" (Columbia)
11:30 Employment law with Charles McGuinness
What employees can use sick leave for.
11:45 Science commentator Simon Pollard
Why brains get flustered so easily.