Nine To Noon for Monday 19 May 2014
09:05 Concerns over combined telehealth crisis lines
Alistair Herring, National Director of Salvation Army Addiction Services; and Labour MP for Dunedin North, David Clark
09:20 How beneficial are external school tests like the Australian ICAS exams?
Mary Hill, Associate Professor of Education at Auckland University
09:45 The latest from the Ukraine with correspondent Lucian Kim
10:05 Extreme ski champion, former doctor, entrepreneur and author Sam Hazledine
Extreme ski champion and former doctor, 35 year old Sam Hazledine created New Zealand's biggest medical recruitment agency, MedRecruit, in 2006. It has featured in NZ's list of fastest growing companies - the Deloitte Fast 50 - for the past four consecutive years. Sam also won Ernst and Young's 'Young Entrepreneur of the Year' in 2012. He's written a book called The Unfair Fight: Give Your Small Business the Winning Advantage.
10:35 Book review: The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin
Reviewed by Gina Rogers, published by Headline.
10:45 The Reading: The Virgin and the Whale by Carl Nixon
Read by Deana Elvins (Part 6 of 12)
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:30 Food: Pastry with Sophie Gray
Sophie Gray has written several best selling cookbooks under her destitute gourmet brand. She is based in Auckland and is a busy working Mum who aims to feed her family nutritious food, while watching what she spends. Her mission is to resurrect basic cooking skills and encourage other cooks to put them into practice, while reducing grocery bills. Her latest book focusses on baking. Sophie shares recipes for Short Crust Pastry, Chocolate Pastry and Savoury Pastry.
Book : Fill the Tins - Easy Baking for the Home by Sophie Gray, published by Random House.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey: architecture awards
It is award season in the world of architecture.