Nine To Noon for Monday 11 July 2016
09:05 Canterbury farmers on notice
The Canterbury Regional Council has put farmers on notice they have ten days to comply with laws requiring them to install water monitors. The rule came into effect in November 2014 but the council says 437 consent holders have still failed to install the meters or prove they have a plan to do so. Nine to Noon speaks to representatives from the council and Forest and Bird.
09:20 Social media 'better than bombs to defeat ISIS'
Dr. Anne Speckhard is a trauma psycholgist at Georgetown University who's conducted in-depth interviews with 38 defectors from ISIS in the past year. Dr. Speckhard and her colleague Dr Ahment Yayla are now editing these videotaped interviews into short clips to launch an ISIS counter-offensive where the terrorist group most successfully radicalizes and recruits: on the Internet. They have also written a book about their truth project called, ISIS Defectors: Inside Stories of the Terrorist Caliphate.
09:30 Why don't appliances last?
Do manufacturers increasingly make household products with a more limited life span than they once did? Why are repairs so costly, if possible at all? Engineer Paul Smith is head of testing with Consumer New Zealand.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
Seaumus Kearney talks about the Euro 2016 football final in Paris amid heavy security gives Europeans a chance to take their minds off their worries, EU leaders continue to grapple with the implications of a Brexit and a top Spanish bull fighter is killed live on television.
10:05 Stand-up legend Billy Crystal not afraid to sit down on occasion
Award-winning comic, turned movie star, Billy Crystal talks to Kathryn Ryan about his career in show business and his first time performing in New Zealand. Billy Crystal heads to the Auckland 's ASB Theatre on Thursday 21 and Friday 22 July for what's being billed as a spontaneous, funny and unpredictable show with the Australian interviewer, Andrew Denton.
10.30 Black Lives Matter protests in the USA
Protests are being held across the United States today in response to the deaths of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota at the hands of police officers. Nine to Noon speaks to Jonathan Bachman, a photojournalist who's at the protest Baton Rouge.
This photo made by Jonathan Bachman of Reuters from the protests in Baton Rouge is incredible. pic.twitter.com/E6JtoIEusr— Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) July 10, 2016
10:35 Book review - Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler
reviewed by Gina Rogers.published by Penguin Random House
10:45 The Reading
When We Wake by Karen Healy, read by Francesca Emms (Part 1 of 12)
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Stephen Mills
Labour's housing policy and reaction to it, Labour celebrates 100 years and the Australian election result.
11:30 Food: Kiwi Kai - the Maksa
Reni Wereta-Gargiulo runs Kiwi Kai, specialising in kaimoana. She makes and sells her 'Maksa' - a Maori seafood laksa at farmers markets in Nelson.Reni shares her Maksa recipe, and one for a Spicy Mussel Soup.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
After the Brexit result in the UK, the most popular destination for people fleeing the UK (at least on Twitter) was Canada. Tommy Honey takes a look at issues facing Canada's cities and how they're dealing with them.