Nine To Noon for Wednesday 2 July 2014
09:05 Irish journalist speaks out over abusive encounter with Rolf Harris.
Letetia Fitzpatrick is an Irish journalist who interviewed Rolf Harris in Belfast in 1991, when the disgraced entertainer forced his tongue into her mouth. The 84 year old is to be sentenced on Saturday after his conviction yesterday on 12 charges of indecent assault against young girls.
09:30 Deep Capture: changing the conversation about who's to blame for the obesity epidemic
Dr Trent Smith is Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Otago. Along with Professor Attila Tasnádi, from Corvinus University of Budapest, he has developed an economic model of "deep capture", which they have demonstrated by applying it to the food industry's response to obesity.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
Reaction to Rolf Harris verdict in Australia. The Australian Record Industry Association has revoked its hall-of-fame award, his royal honour has been withdrawn, there is talk of Harris’ Order of Australia honour being taken back & his home town is taking down his art.
10:05 British historical novelist Martine Bailey inspired by 18th century recipe books
Martine Bailey is a British historical novelist. Her latest book, An Appetite for Violets is a historical suspense novel inspired by eighteenth-century household books of recipes. It begins when a young cook, Biddy Leigh, is forced to leave her beloved kitchen at Mawton Hall and accompany her new mistress on a journey to Italy. Biddy takes with her an old book of recipes, The Cook's Jewel, in which she records food and recipes and also her observations of the journey.
During the research process Martine Bailey studied with food historian Ivan Day and experienced Georgian food and fashion at firsthand with a historic re-enactment society. She has also recently spent some time in New Zealand on a creative arts scholarship at Muriwai Earthskin.
An Appetite for Violets, published by Hodder and Stoughton goes on sale on 8 July.
10:25 Book review: Tribal Guns and Tribal Gunners: The Story of Maori Artillery in 19th Century New Zealand by Trevor Bentley
Reviewed by Paul Diamond, published by Willsonscott Publishing.
10:45 The Reading: How to Hear Classical Music, written and told by Davinia Caddy
Musicologist, historian and writer Davinia Caddy offers a guide to assist a listener to understand, interpret and appreciate classical music and an overview of the history and social mores of the genre. (Part 8 of 10).
11:05 Marty Duda's artist of the week: Old Crow Medicine Show
Old Crow Medicine Show formed in the late 1990s with an ear to reviving traditional folk and bluegrass and other forms of early 20th century Americana music.
1. Wagon Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show taken from 2004 album “Old Crow Medicine Show” (Nettwerk)
2. I Hear Them All – Old Crow Medicine Show taken from 2006 album “Big Iron World” (Nettwerk)
3. Levi – Old Crow Medicine Show taken from 2012 album “Carry Me Back” (ATO)
4. Sweet Amarillo – Old Crow Medicine Show taken from 2014 album “Remedy” (ATO)
11:30 Legal commentator Peter Boshier
Law Commissioner Peter Boshier discusses contempt of court
11:45 Guest arts commentator Jenny Harper of the Christchurch Art Gallery