Nine To Noon for Friday 21 February 2014
09:05 GCSB misreporting
Dr Rhys Ball is a lecturer in security studies at the Centre for Defence and Security Studies, Massey University.
09:20 Are too many doctors and midwives failing to pick up the most common causes of serious illness among pregnant women?
Dr Stacie Geller is the G William Arends Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Director at the Center for Research on Women and Gender, College of Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago.
09:40 New Zealand Festival
Shelagh Magadza, artistic director of the New Zealand Festival.
09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
The UN report on North Korean human rights, India's Tamil Nadu state decides to free seven people convicted of plotting the assassination of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and bigger Chinese soldiers have a problem with their military equipment.
10:05 Feature: Reuben Paterson - New Zealand artist
Reuben Paterson is known for his paintings featuring glitter and diamond dust. He began working with sculpture three years ago and has recently created his largest to date – a life-size, gold-glittered, tree in New Plymouth's Pukekura Park. The former teacher talks to Kathryn Ryan about giving glitter a makeover and branching out into drawing. See the gallery of his artwork.
10:35 Children's book review with John McIntyre
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Published by Penguin ISBN 978-0-14-356759-2
This Star Won't Go Out (The Life and Words of Esther Grace Earl) by Esther Earl with Lori and Wayne Earl. Published by Penguin ISBN 978-0-14-135403-3
10:45 The Reading: The Lost Pilot by Jeffrey Holman
A journey of discovery and reconciliation, when Jeffrey Holman seeks out the families of six kamikaze who died attacking his father’s ship in 1945. (Part 5 of 10)
11:05 Music review with Jeremy Taylor
11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
11:45 The week that was
With Radar and Michele A'Court