Nine To Noon for Friday 19 February 2016
09:05 Pope Francis criticises Donald Trump
The Pope has questioned the American Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's Christianity because of his call to build a border wall with Mexico.
The Guardian's US political reporter Ben Jacobs on the campaign trail with Donald Trump in South Carolina.
09:25 Reducing Food Waste
Dr Miranda Mirosa has helped to establish the University of Otago Food Waste Innovation Research Group which focusses on reducing the amount of food we throw away or turn up our noses at. The Love Food, Hate Waste campaign began almost a year ago, estimating that the average household ditches 563 dollars of food annually, which equates to 79 kilograms of edible food going to landfills, or put another way, food that could feed twice the population of Dunedin for a year. Dr Mirosa says as the impacts of climate change, peak oil and food insecurity start to hit home, "food waste" looks set to become one of the major environmental and social justice issues of our time.
09:35 A level playing field?
The practice of poaching top sports players by secondary schools is spreading around the country, according to the Secondary Schools Sports Council. It says the age of players being eyed-up is also getting younger.Executive Director of the Secondary Schools Sports Council Garry Carnachan, plus rugby commentator, and former international rugby player Ken Laban.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
10:05 Carrie Brownstein: Why Hunger Makes her a Modern Girl
Carrie Brownstein is a musician, writer and actor who first became widely known as the guitarist and vocalist of the American rock band Sleater-Kinney, and later as co-star and co-creator, of the award winning TV satire Portlandia. Her memoir Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl reveals her turbulent family life, and how she used the intoxicating power of rock and roll to escape it.
The re-united Sleater-Kinney play at Auckland's Powerstation on Monday 29th February.
10:30 Book Review: Children's Books
John McIntyre from The Children's Bookshop in Wellington reviews
Allis the Little Tractor by Sophie Siers illustrated by Helen Kerridge
Millwood Heritage Productions isbn 978-0-473329-59-4
The Roadman Boogie by Nikki Slade Robinson
Duck Creek Press isbn 978-1-927305-12-6
A Hippo Lives in Havelock by Brett Avison illustrated by Scott Tulloch
Bateman isbn 978-1-86953-931-3
10:45 The Reading: Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter by Michèle A'Court (Part 5 of 5)
Michèle explains the effect Barry Crump's 'A Good Keen Man' had on her career and the thing she did remember to tell her daughter, thinking about her life as a book.
BOOK: Stuff I Forgot To Tell My Daughter by Michèle A'Court Published by HarperCollins ISBN-978-1775540519
11:05 Music review with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor presents a wilfully eclectic grab-bag of recent new music releases including the sophomore effort from London quartet Savages, an expanded reissue of Badly Drawn Boy's superb Mercury Prize winning debut, a new Tricky album, and an intriguing collaboration between Israeli Qawwali devotional singer Shye Ben Tzur and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood".
Song: Adore, Track 4
Album: Adore Life
Broadcast Time: 5'03"
Artist: Badly Drawn Boy
Song: Once Around The Block, Track 9, disc 1
Comp: Damon Gough
Album: The Hour Of Bewilderbeast
Broadcast Time: 3'44"
Artist: Tricky (featuring Oh Land)
Song: I'm Not Going, Track 1
Album: Skilled Mechanics
Label: False Idols
Broadcast Time: 2'53'"
Artist: Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and the Rajasthan Express
Song: Roked, Track 4, disc 1
Comp: Shye Be Tzur
Broadcast Time: 4'16"
11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
11:45 The week that was with Te Radar and Pinky Agnew