Nine To Noon for Monday 21 July 2014
09:05 Claims leader of Donetsk separatists have MH17 black box
David Soucie is the former Federal Aviation Authority Accident Investigator and the author of the book, Why Planes Crash.
09:15 International observer who was at the MH17 crash site
Michael Bociurkiw is the spokesperson for the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe team who was at the crash site over the weekend.
09:30 Why has pioneering research that could protect waterways been scrapped?
Pioneering research that was on track to reduce a major pollutant in the country's waterways has been scrapped, in a decision some scientists are describing as mind-blowingly disappointing.
Professor of Agri-business at Waikato University, Jacqueline Rowarth.
09:45 The latest from Gaza
The bloodiest day of the Israeli incursion into Gaza. Palestinian journalist based in Gaza, Fares Akram. He writes for a number of publications, including the New York Times.
Hamas claims it has captured an Israeli soldier in Gaza. Kate Shuttleworth is a New Zealand journalist who is working as a freelancer across Israel, Gaza and the West Bank.
10:05 Filmmaker on hacktivism, Anonymous, and Aaron Swartz
Brian Knappenberger is a documentary filmmaker and director, whose work has explored online hacktivism culture. His new film, The Internet's Own Boy, tells the story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide at 26 after being charged with felonies for trying to make academic articles free to access. The documentary is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival. Previously, Brian made the documentary We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists, which tells the story of Anonymous, the radical hacktivist collective that has redefined civil disobedience for the digital age.
10:35 Book review: The Storms of War by Kate Williams
Reviewed by Rae McGregor, published by Orion, RRP$37.99
10:45 The Reading: Stroke of Fate by Sophie Pascoe with Tony Smith
Autobiography of Sophie Pascoe, the Paralympic swim champion (6 of 6, RNZ)
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
The latest political polls, criticism in the Labour Caucus and Winston Peters East Coast Bays seat.
11:30 Food - Kevin Bold from Stonestead Devonshire Teas in Upper Hutt
Kevin Bold runs Stonestead Devonshire Teas in Upper Hutt. He shares a rough and ready scone recipe, plus how he makes the jam to go with them.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Affordable Housing, finance and what to do if you’re a young person.
Music played in this show
Artist: Bic Runga
Song: Tiny Little Piece Of My Heart
Broadcast time: 10:49
Artist: Sami Sisters
Song: Jump Start
Album: Kiwi Hit Disc
Label: NZ On Air
Broadcast time: 11:30