Nine To Noon for Thursday 2 February 2017
09:05 Aquaculture rights in the Marlborough Sounds
Iwi say they want their aquaculture rights met after the sudden creation of new space for New Zealand King Salmon, in the Marlborough Sounds. Kathryn Ryan talks with Te Tau Ihu customary fisheries forum chairman Richard Bradley and MPI's Director of Economic Development, Luke Southorn.
09:20 Nose jobs for kids?
Kathryn Ryan talks with Auckland writer Angela Barnett, who's launched the local chapter of an international petition against cosmetic surgery apps aimed at children. She says the apps encourage users to slice virtual patients apart using scalpels, syringes, and other tools used in surgical settings. More than 3000 people have signed the petition so far.
09:45 UK Correspondent Tim Sculthorpe
The Brexit debate in Parliament, Ukip surging/Labour collapsing in forthcoming by-elections and squabbles over Trump’s state visit to the UK.
10:05 Digital Sherlock Holmes
Kathryn Ryan talks to Alan Pearce, a journalist and digital privacy expert who advises other journalists, aid workers and human rights advocates in how to protect themselves online. The answer he says is "a few good programmes and a bit of common sense". Sherlock Holmes might describe it as "elementary" and in fact Alan's latest book uses the character of Sherlock Holmes to explain in simple terms what the threats are and how to protect yourself - It's called The Sherlock Holmes Handbook for the Digital Age.
10:35 Book review - Best of 2016 - Ralph McAllister
- Keeping on Keeping on by Alan Bennett, published by Faber
- Days Without End by Sebastian Barry, published by Viking
- All That Man Is by David Szalay, published by Jonathan Cape
10:45 The Reading
Blessed Are by Sara-Kate Lynch, read by Ginette McDonald (Part 8 of 10)
11:05 New technology with Paul Matthews
How big a role did big data play in Donald Trump's election?
11:25 Positive parenting and staying healthy
What help is out there for whanau and children who want to achieve a healthy weight? Kathryn Ryan talks to the University of Queensland 's Dr Matt Sanders, who is the founder of the positive parenting program, also known as Triple P, along with Barry Taylor, the Chair of the South Island Clinical Advisory Group for childhood healthy weight.
11:45 Viewing with Paul Casserly
Paul reviews the dystopian alt history show The Man in the High Castle, and the Adam Curtis film HyperNormalisation.
Music played in this show
Artist: Bella Kalolo
Song: Let Go
EP: Time and Space
Label: Bella Sounds
Artist: Paul Kelly & Vika Bull
Song: What You Want
Album: The Merri Soul Sesions