Nine To Noon for Thursday 4 July 2013
09:05 Egypt's military ousts the president - scenes of jubilation across Cairo
Ashraf Khlalil – Cairo-based journalist and author of the book Liberation Square: Inside the Egyptian Revolution and the Rebirth of a Nation.
09:25 Plans to restrict high loan-to-value ratio loans to dampen housing market
Bruce McLachlan, CEO of Co-operative Bank and former acting CEO of Westpac.
09:45 UK correspondent Dame Ann Leslie
10:05 Philipp Meyer on his sweeping American novel The Son
Philipp Meyer is an American author of two books. His debut novel American Rust set out to explore the decline of the middle class in the industrial northeast of the US. His latest novel The Son follows the lives of three generations of the McCullough family in Texas. It has been described as an epic journey, taking the reader from the wild American frontier through to the Civil War before ending up in the present day.
The Son by Philipp Meyer
Vintage Australia, RRP $37.99
10:30 Book Review with Rae McGregor
The Bookman's Tale: A Novel of Obsession by Charlie Lovett
Text Publishing/United Book Distributors, RRP $29.99
10:45 Reading: The Invisible Rider by Kirsten McDougall
(Part 2 of 6)
The story of a cycling lawyer, husband and father, who increasingly finds simple things in life baffling.
11:05 New Technology with Erika Pearson
Facebook’s move to review ad policy for controversial pages; drones and surveillance; and a video game banned In Australia.
11:30 Parenting Teens
Nathan Mikaere Wallis discusses issues affecting parents of teenagers – risk-taking behaviour, decision making, sleep patterns, communicating with your teen, drugs and alcohol and the teenage brain, the impact of technology and social media.
11:45 Film review with Graeme Tuckett
White Lies; The Place Beyond The Pines; and Man of Steel.
Music played in this show
Maisey Rika: 'Pumau Tonu'
from her 2012 album Whitiora
Split Enz: 'Bold as Brass'
from their 1977 album Dizrythmia
The Tattletale Saints: 'Kathleen'
from their 2013 album How Red Is The Blood
The Veils: 'Birds'
from their 2013 album Time Stays, We Go