Nine To Noon for Monday 22 September 2014
09:05 Where to from here for the Labour party?
Labour's worst election result in 80 years has prompted another bout of soul searching for the country's oldest political party, with a leadership change back on the cards.
Grant Robertson is the deputy leader of the Labour party.
09:25 Where to from here for the Labour party?
Stuart Nash is the new Labour MP for Napier.
09:30 Foreign Policy Magazine editor on defeating the Islamic State
David Rothkopf is the Chief Executive and Editor of Foreign Policy Magazine. He is also the President and Chief Executive of Garten Rothkopf, an international advisory company specializing in global political risk, energy, resource, technology and emerging markets issues based in Washington, DC. Mr Rothkopf is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the author of numerous books. He served as both US Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade and as Acting Under Secretary during the Clinton Administration.
09:45 Foreign correspondent David Torrance on Scotland's future
David Torrance is an Edinburgh-based freelance journalist and the author of the book, The Battle for Britain: Scotland and the Independence Referendum.
10:05 One Percent Collective founder on building generosity
Pat Shepherd is a documentary and music photographer, designer and magazine founder, charity worker and founder of the One Percent Collective. He’s photographed many of the country’s biggest bands over many years, including Shapeshifter, Little Bushman, Fly My Pretties, Trinity Roots and The Black Seeds. He's also worked with refugee and migrant children on the border of Thailand and Mynamar, in collaborative projects involving artists. But his latest venture is the one he hopes will have the greatest impact. The One Percent Collective is a simple idea - that if many people give a small amount, they can effect big change.
10:30 Book review: 'Village of Secrets: Defying the Nazis in Vichy, France' by Caroline Moorehead
Reviewed by Harry Broad. Published by Chatto & Windus RRP$39.99
10:45 The Reading: 'My Brother's Keeper', by Donna Malane
Diane Rowe is running out of leads as she tries to work out who's responsible for the murder of her former client. But there is a voicemail from the dead woman and a member of the family who's been arrested by the police. (Part 10 of 12).
11:05 Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton discuss the Election results.
11:30 Food - Joseph Street Kitchen's Michael Hills discusses salads
Michael Hills is owner/operator of the Joseph Street Kitchen in Palmerston North, where his speciality is salads. He shares a recipe for the JSK Deluxe Salad and his French dressing.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey discusses issues affecting city dwellers
Taking the cars out of the city
Auto ban: How Hamburg is taking cars off the road, The Independent
Helsinki's ambitious plan to make car ownership pointless in 10 years, The Guardian
Why can't all cities have bike bridges like Copenhagen's new Cycle Snake?, The Guardian
The Climax in a Tale of Green and Gritty, NY Times
Music played in this show
By Trinity Roots
Lick Your Wounds (Milne)