Nine To Noon for Thursday 6 October 2016
09:05 Hitting the "Bamboo Ceiling"
Kathryn Ryan talks to Ngan Nguyen and Aaron Mok from Future Dragonz, a lobby group representing young Chinese New Zealanders that's questioning whether Asians face discrimination when they apply for top jobs. The group is holding an event this afternoon
09:20 Legal side effects of the Colin Craig case
An employment lawyer says the record high damages awarded to Colin Craig's former press secretary by the Human Rights Tribunal could lead to changes in the way employees approach grievance cases. Phillipa Muir, a partner at Simpson Grierson says the damages were much higher than is normally seen in employment disputes handled by the Employment Relations Authority - which could lead more employees to file complaints with the Human Rights Commission.
09:45 UK correspondent Kate Adie
10:05 Farming at Cape Kidnappers for 150 years
Kathryn Ryan meets Jenny Carlyon and Angus Gordon, whose family have been farming at Clifton Station, Cape Kidnappers for six generations. Jenny's the co-author of a new book Cape Country.
10:35 Book review - "A Constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand" by Geoffrey Palmer & Andrew Butler
Reviewed by Dean Knight, published by VUP.
10:45 The Reading
11:05 New technology with Robbie Allan
Robbie Allan discusses news of a new tax on streaming services, a TradeMe busting feature on Facebook, and Google's new phones.
11:25 Managing parents expectations
After 15 years teaching dance in rural Victoria and suburban Melbourne, Rhiannon Johnson from the RPA studios dance school knows a thing or two about managing parent's expectations. She posted a piece on Facebook, titled, Is it okay to cry? and was overwhelmed by the response.
11:45 Viewing with Tamar Munch
Tamar reviews a new fantasy series which started this week on Soho, Westworld, Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary, and TVNZ's Doubt: The Scott Watson Case