Nine To Noon for Tuesday 1 October 2013
09:05 Former Reserve Bank of NZ chair on inflation targeting and central bank governance
Economist Arthur Grimes was the chairman of the NZ central bank's board of directors for 10 years until he stepped down this month.
09:30 Christchurch refuge looks at re-homing violent men
Nicola Woodward, chief executive of Aviva, formerly known as the Christchurch Women's Refuge.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
The Washington shut down.
10:05 Tim Cope - Australian adventurer
Tim Cope is an Australian adventurer, author, filmmaker, trekking guide, and public speaker who grew up in Gippsland, Victoria. He was inspired by the ancient Mongol leader Genghis Khan to undertake a three year lone journey on horseback from Mongolia to the Danube River in Hungary, across the Eurasian Steppe.
10:35 Book Review with Louise O'Brien
I'm Working on a Building by Pip Adam
Published by Victoria University Press
10:45 Reading: End of the Alphabet by Fleur Beale
Told by Sara Allen (Part- 2 of 10)
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Fonterra's annual result and the next America's Cup challenge.
11:30 Pros and cons of health apps
Deborah Lupton is a sociology professor at the University of Sydney. She discusses the pros and cons of health apps on smartphones that are being used instead of, or alongside, face-to-face medical consultations.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Labour's thinking on broadcasting policy; the power of mainstream media to assist the powerless; and post-America's Cup coverage.
Music played in this show
From 1976 album Troubadour
Benny and The Jets
By Elton John and Bernie Taupin
From Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (1973)