Nine To Noon for Thursday 30 May 2013
09:05 The website that allegedly offered essays for cheating students
NZQA chief executive Karen Potasi; and Lesley Francey, Tertiary Education Union National president.
09:30 Māori astronomy
Dr Pauline Harris, astrophysicist and astronomer who's working on the revitalisation of Māori star lore – how did Māori and other societies used the sun, stars and planets to track time? Pauline is speaking at a Matariki evening at Wellington's Carter Observatory at 7pm on Wednesday 19 June.
09:45 UK correspondent Dame Ann Leslie
10:05 New Zealand sculptor Paul Dibble
Among Paul Dibble's works is The Southern Stand, which is the New Zealand Memorial, in Hyde Park,
Paul Dibble: The Large Works, published by David Bateman Publishing
10:35 Book Review with Rae McGregor
Paris by Edward Rutherford
Published by Hachette NZ
10:45 Reading: 'Whale Pot Bay' by Des Hunt read by Rob Mokaraka
(Part 9 of 10)
11:05 New Technology with Erika Pearson
11:20 Parenting with Janet Tuck
How to talk to your teen about their career. Janet Tuck is a career specialist and director of Career Clinic.
11:45 Media commentator Nick Grant
Music played in this show
Fat Freddy's Drop: 'Clean The House'
from their 2013 album "Blackbird"
Elle Fitzgerald: 'Get Ready'
from her 1969 album "Things Ain't What They Used To Be"
Anika, Boh & Hollie: 'Sea of Dreams'
from their 2013 collaborative album "Peace of Mind"
Yael Naim: 'Come Home'
from her 2011 album "She Was A Boy"
Jesse Winchester: 'How Far To The Horizon'
from his 1974 album "Learn To Love It"