Nine To Noon for Tuesday 11 March 2014
09:05 No sign of wreckage from the missing Malaysian airlines plane
Bill Waldock, Professor Safety Science, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
09:20 John Key sets an election date
Brent Edwards, Radio NZ Political Editor.
09:30 David Darling, Chief Executive of Pacific Edge, Dunedin-based cancer diagnostic company
Getting a breakthrough cancer diagnosis test to market.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
Reports on the Malaysia airlines crash.
10:05 Feature: Genevieve Bell - Intel's anthropologist
Genevieve Bell is an Australian anthropologist and searcher - She is the director of Intel Corporation's Interaction and Experience Research. Intel dominates the PC chip industry. As well as tablets and smartphones, Intel is keen to sell chips to be used in future devices like smart watches and other wearable computers.
10:35 Book review with Sonja de Freiz
Unexpected Lessons in Love by Bernadine Bishop
10:45 The Reading: The Tree (Part 2) by Robin McFarland Another in the series of short stories by Robin McFarland, all set in Salt, a fictitious town on the West Coast of the South Island. Barney gets his first job learning the hard way to fell a tree.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Discusses the impending lift in OCR and iron sands mining.
11:30 Andy Linton, Internet key holder
Victoria University Senior Lecturer who has more than 30 years experience of computer networking and is one of 14 keyholders helping keep the internet secure.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Music played in this show
Title: Ain't No Sunshine
Artist: Bill Withers
Album: Just As I Am
Artist: James Hunter
Album: Minute By Minute