Nine To Noon for Monday 3 February 2014
09:05 Another major security breach for Telecom Xtra emails
Why does this continue to happen? IT security expert Andy Prow.
09:20 Cost of prisoner healthcare
Bronwyn Donaldson, Corrections Department's director - Offender Health; and Kim Workman, director of Rethinking Crime and Punishment.
09:40 Philip Seymour Hoffman's death
Chris Hewitt is the news editor of the prestigious film magazine Empire.
09:45 South America correspondent Joel Richards
The CELAC summit in Cuba and the recent economic issues in Argentina.
10:05 Sir Toby Curtis - leading Maori educationalist
Before becoming the first Maori director of the Auckland College of Education Primary Teacher Education department and Deputy Vice Chancellor at the Auckland University of Technology Sir Toby Curtis was a primary school teacher and principal of Hato Petera College – among other roles. He's a staunch supporter of charter schools and has also been heavily involved in Maori broadcasting, chairing the Maori broadcasting advisory committee in the late 1980s, which led to the establishment of Radio Aotearoa, iwi radio stations and Maori TV. Dr Curtis was knighted in the New Years Honours.
10:35 Book review with Ralph McAllister
The National Theatre Story by Daniel Rosenthal, Oberon Books Ltd
10:45 The Reading: The Night Book by Charlotte Grimshaw
A satirical take on contemporary New Zealand society and politics. About love and relationships, power and the past, it’s loaded too with spin; political, social, and literary. Read by Michael Hurst. (Part 11 of 12)
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:30 Food with Laura Faire - Summer bounty from the mediterranean group of vegetables
Laura Faire is an author, chef, recipe writer and food stylist. She is a member of the New Zealand Guild of Food Writers.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Why cul-de-sacs are bad for your health and where the rich people are, and what’s Michael Bloomberg up to…
Why Cul-de-Sacs Are Bad for Your Health, Slate
Where America's Wealthiest Suburbanites Live—and Where They Don't, Bloomberg Business Week
Can Michael Bloomberg's New York manifesto change the world?, Guardian Cities