Nine To Noon for Friday 8 August 2014
09:05 Government's stance on lifting of Rena wreck from the Astrolab reef
Natalie Mankelow, Radio New Zealand's Bay of Plenty reporter and Jane Patterson, Radio New Zealand's chief parliamentary reporter.
09:15 Khmer Rouge leaders to appeal
John D. Ciorciari, legal advisor to the Documentation Center of Cambodia, which promotes historical memory and justice for the atrocities of the Pol Pot regime. He is the co-author of Hybrid Justice, and Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.
09:37 Calls for mandatory exercise for school children to combat obesity
Mike Hamlin is an Associate Professor of Exercise Science at Lincoln University. Boyd Swinburn is Professor of Population Nutrition and Global Health, University of Auckland and Alfred Deakin Professor; Co-Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity Prevention Deakin University, Melbourne.
09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
News from the Asian region with our correspondent Financial Times Beijing Bureau chief.
10:05 Australian chef, restauranteur, food-activist, Alla Wolf-Tasker
Chef, restaurateur, hotelier, food activist and Australian culinary-doyenne Alla Wolf-Tasker.
10:30 John McIntyre reviews new children's books
I Am not Esther by Fleur Beale, Longacre ISBN 978-186979-907-6
I Am Rebecca by Fleur Beale, Random ISBN 978-1-77553-549-2
Bugs by Whiti Hereaka, Huia Publishers ISBN 978-1-77550-133-6
10:45 The Reading: The Below Country by Nicholas Edlin
Mae discovers the truth about what her father did in South Korea in the 1950s. (Part 2 of 12)
11:05 Jeremy Taylor with new music
Jeremy Taylor ventures down memory lane with re-releases of ABBA, the Carpenters and Sam Cooke.
11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer discusses Jock Paget, Tiger Woods, the wash up from the Commonwealth Games and a bad week or so for New Zealand rugby.
11:45 The week that was with James Elliot and Gemma Gracewood