Nine To Noon for Monday 9 May 2016
09:05 The Panama Papers New Zealand connection
A coalition of journalists from RNZ and One News - along with journalist and author Nicky Hager has spent last week poring over the Panama Papers to uncover New Zealand's role in setting up shelf companies for the Panamanian Law Firm, Mossack Fonseca. Nine to Noon speaks to Nicky Hager, Adrian Sawyer a tax professor from Canterbury University and RNZ 's Political Editor Jane Patterson.
09:20 The mid-life crisis - it's real
A new study out of the University of Greenwich has found that nearly one in four people aged 40 to 59 do go through an emotional upheaval at this time of life. Psychology senior lecturer Dr Oliver Robinson and his colleagues interviewed more than 900 people aged 20 and over. He talks to Kathryn about why people struggle at this time of their lives, and why he believes there's a silver lining.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Yvonne van Amorengen from Hogeweyk, the dementia facility disguised as a village
For many people with severe dementia their last months and years will be lived in a hospital environment, with little connection to the lives they used to lead. But at a specially designed village near Amsterdam in the Netherlands, advanced dementia patients live in apartments inside a village that has a supermarket, hair salon, gallery, theatre and restaurants.Hogeweyk has everything that would make people believe they are in a normal environment - but with only one entry and exit that connects to the outside world.The apartments are even furnished to most suit the style and period the patient closely identifies with - cosy, upmarket, Indonesian style (for those who lived in the former colony), 1950's or more modern and urban. One of its founders is Yvonne van Amerongen visited New Zealand
10:35 Book Review - In Dark Places: Confessions of Teina Pora and an Ex-Cop's Fight for Justice by Michael Bennett
reviewed by Chris Gallavin, published by Paul Little Books
10:45 The Reading
Where The Rekohu Bone Sings by Tina Makereti (Part 11 of 15)
read by Maria Walker, George Henare and Kura Forrester
11:05 Political commentators Mike Williams & Matthew Hooton
11:30 Cooking Kangaroo with Kelli Brett
Marsupial meat is on the menu today, we're cooking Kangaroo with Kelli Brett. The Australian foodie has crossed the ditch to edit Cuisine Magazine.Previously she hosted the ABC radio show 'The Main Ingredient with Kelli Brett' which won the World's Best Food and Wine Radio Program award at Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards. A recent project has been editing a book - called Australia Cooks, which showcases the best of the country's produce. Kelli has recipes for lasagne, dumplings and a salad using kangaroo.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Alternative living spaces including boats, cars and even a plane!
Music played in this show
Artist: Lawrence Arabia
Song: The Listening Time
Album: The Sparrow
Label: HONORARYBEDOUIN 706060
Artist: Jack Johnson
Song: You and Your Heart
Album: To the Sea
Label: BRUSHFIRE 382883
Artist: Regina Spektor
Album: Begin to Hope
Label: SPIRE promospektor