Nine To Noon for Monday 29 July 2013
09:05 Alarm at leaked Defence Force document warning that certain investigative journalists a 'subversion' threat
Editorial director of the Newspaper Publishers Association Rick Neville; Dr Paul Buchanan, Auckland-based strategic analyst and political risk and market intelligence consultant, formally with the US Defence Department; and Auckland lawyer Dr Rodney Harrison QC.
09:25 Kiwis falling through the cracks in Australia
Maree O'Halloran is the official spokesperson for the National Welfare Rights Network (NWRN) and the director of Sydney's Welfare Rights Centre; and Duncan Sandilands, founder of the Fair Go 4 All campaign.
09:45 Africa correspondent Nkepile Mabuse
10:05 Marian Salzman - Global trendspotter
Marian Salzman is an author and award-winning blogger. She was the keynote speaker for a Communication Agencies Association of New Zealand forum on 3 July.
10:35 Book Review with Gyles Beckford
Plan D by Simon Urban
Published by Harvill Secker
Read by Fiona Samuel
(Part 6 of 12)
11:05 Politics with Stephen Franks and Mike Williams
Labour's housing policy; and the GCSB Bill protests – will the government listen to the concerns being raised?
11:30 Food with Fiona Gower
Citrus Fruit preserves and sauces
A Good Harvest - recipes from the gardens of Rural Woman New Zealand
Published by Random House
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
The attack of the MOOCs: Online education and the threat to traditional Universities.
Music played in this show
You Got To Reap
Composer - Boyd
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
Composer - Dylan
From 1963 album, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
All You'll Ever Find
The Map Room
Composers: - Morrow / Gooding
From 2013 Album The Map Room
Composers: Batmanglij / Koenig
From 2013 Album Modern Vampires of the City