Nine To Noon for Tuesday 23 July 2013
09:05 Who is responsible to ensure Wellington buildings already labelled Earthquake Prone, are structurally sound following Sunday's 6.5 earthquake?
Richard Toner, Wellington City Council: Manager of Building Policy and Planning; Peter Smith, Wellington structural engineer; and John Greenwood, Wellington Commercial Property Lawyer.
09:30 Implications of the world's fish moving to cooler waters as oceans warm up
Professor Daniel Pauly, director of the Fisheries Centre, University of British Colombia.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
10:05 Professional snowboarder Kevin Pearce
Kevin Pearce is the subject of the documentary, The Crash Reel, which tells the story of his recovery and comeback from a traumatic brain injury. The Crash Reel, directed by Lucy Walker, screens at the New Zealand International Film Festival in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, in July and August.
10:35 Book Review with Don Rood
Ways of the World by Robert Goddard
Published by Bantam Press
Read by Fiona Samuel
(Part 2 of 12)
Reuters correspondent Gyles Beckford looks at the Reserve Bank official cash rate review on Thursday, the earnings season and low-deposit home loan lending limits overseas.
11:30 Barmaids in New Zealand
Susan Upton has worked as a librarian in Dunedin, Auckland and in Wellington at the Alexander Turnbull Library. For many years she worked as a researcher for the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography and the historical branch of Internal Affairs. After completing an MA in 1994 she decided it was time to give up doing research for other people and embark on a book of her own. She has researched the history of women barmaids in New Zealand resulting in her book Wanted, a Beautiful Barmaid (Women behind the bar in New Zealand, 1830-1976).
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
The media's coverage of the Wellington earthquakes.
Music played in this show
Ray Columbus and the Invaders: 'She's Gone'
Written by Marvin / Harris
The Head and the Heart: 'Lost in My Head'
from their self-titled 2011 album
The Phoenix Foundation: 'Evolution Did'
From their 2013 album Fandango
Etta James: 'At Last'
Written by Gordon / Warren
George Formby: 'The Barmaid at the Rose and Crown'
from The War and Postwar Years