Nine To Noon for Wednesday 24 October 2018
09:05 IRD privacy breach raises data handling concerns
A Wellington woman is seeking assurances from Inland Revenue about its data protection protocols after a privacy breach. The woman, who Nine to Noon has agreed not to name to protect her children's privacy, got a letter from IRD addressed to her, but which included the full name of a stranger - a father who was paying child support, and his child. She says it raises wider questions about the way IRD handles private information. IRD says it was a one-off handling error not a systemic problem.
09:20 Jamal Khashoggi & the US-Saudi relationship
As Turkish investigators intensify their search for the remains of the dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, how will the United States respond? Kathryn talks with Barak Barfi - a research fellow at the New America Foundation where he specializes in Arab and Islamic affairs.
09:30 Mental health pilot helping university students
A mental health pilot running at Auckland University is providing early intervention for students needing help with stress. The programme Te Tumu Waiora, is being implemented at five primary care practices in Auckland, including the University. Since December last year, more than half the students who disclose distress have had same day follow-ups with a psychologist to discuss what is troubling them. Janice Brown is the head doctor at student health - across the University's three campuses.
09:45 Wentworth, Nauru and a Royal Visit
Australia correspondent Donna Field has the latest following the Wentworth by-election win for Independent Kerryn Phelps, the children transferred 11 children from Nauru to Australia for medical treatment and the Royal visit.
10:05 No ordinary political memoir
'Sex, Drugs and the Electoral Roll' is the entertaining and inspiring story of Victorian MP Fiona Patten and her unlikely involvement in state politics. She is a former sex -worker and CEO of Australia's national adult industry association; founder of the Australian Sex Party (now the Reason Party), an anti-censorship lobbyist, and was one of the first to call for a Royal Commission into child sex abuse in religious institutions.
10:35 Book review - The Girl Without Skin by Mads Peder Nordbo
Chris Tse reviews The Girl Without Skin by Mads Peder Nordbo, which is published by Text Publishing.
10:45 The Reading
Part 2 of The New Ships by Kate Duignan read by Nick Blake
11:05 Hotel California & other songs that never let you leave
Graeme Downes has been listening to The Eagles famous song Hotel California ahead of their tour to New Zealand next year. This got him thinking about other songs where circularity is a strong theme like Windmills of Your Mind by Dusty Springfield and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John. Graeme explains what the songs have in common in their composition.
Graeme Downes is a musicologist and senior lecturer in the Department of Music at the University of Otago.
11.30 Galleries of Maoriland: a reciprocal relationship
Art historian Roger Blackley's new book Galleries of Maoriland offers a fresh perspective on the colonial art world. Former curator of Historical New Zealand Art at the Auckland Art Gallery Roger Blackley tells Kathryn Ryan while the received art history wisdom of the late Victorian period positions Māori as passive victims of colonialism, his research suggests the turn of the century was in fact a time of mutually beneficial transactions between Māori and European artists. Here he explores how the likes of Gottfried Lindauer and Charles F. Goldie created a romanticised image of "Maoriland", while Māori perpetuated the myth, for example by posing in clothes they wouldn't normally wear to appeal to the European market, in return negotiating more realistic images for themselves.
11:45 How to handle kids in museums and art galleries
Arts commentator, Mark Amery looks at how New Zealand's art galleries and museums treat young people and families. Mark says there are different approaches that range from ignoring children to fully including them in everything they do.
Music played in this show
Artist: Lawrence Arabia
Song: Meaningless Words
Artist: Thom Yorke