Sunday Morning for Sunday 17 June 2012
8:12 Insight: Rebuilding Christchurch
Insight looks at when the big rebuild of the centre and the affected suburbs of Christchurch will finally get underway.
Written and presented by Conan Young.
8:40 Noel Murphy - Frankfurt Book Fair
Noel Murphy is the Chief Executive of the New Zealand Book Council. As New Zealand is the 2012 Guest of Honour at the upcoming Frankfurt Book Fair in October, he discusses the event and the significance of that role for the literary landscape here.
On Mediawatch: while our newspapers report more and more Kiwis going to Australia for jobs, Australian newspapers are moving jobs over here. But why are some warning this is not necessarily good for New Zealand journalism? Mediawatch also looks at the coverage of the Scott Guy murder trial; some confusing commentary from last weekend’s rugby - and a redneck response on the radio to the recent failure of our footballers.
Produced and presented by Colin Peacock and Jeremy Rose.
9:40 Saras Sarasvathy - Entrepreneurship
Saras Sarasvathy is Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. Professor Sarasvathy was in Wellington this week speaking at the 2012 International Council for Small Business World Conference.
10:06 Kerry Spackman - Answering Big Questions
Dr Kerry Spackman is a neuroscientist, TV presenter and mental trainer for high profile sportspeople including Formula 1 World Champions, Olympic Gold Medallists and the All Blacks. His new book 'The Ant and the Ferrari: Lifting the Hood on Truth, Society and the Universe' (Harper Collins NZ) deals with philosophy and ethics amongst other subjects.
10:45 Hidden Treasures
This week on Hidden Treasures, host Trevor Reekie plays an eclectic mix of music featuring Little Walter, Gene Vincent, Great North and Anoushka Shankar.
Produced by Trevor Reekie
11.05 Ideas: Beyond Imprisonment 2
In the second of our two part look at imprisonment we focus on rehabilitation. Psychologist Dr Paul Wood, who completed two degrees while serving a sentence for murder, reflects on the impact a long prison term had on his life; Dublin Institute of Technology Professor Thomas Cooney tells us about the success of small business programmes in prisons; and Kim Workman, a former head of the New Zealand Prison Service, shares his experience of what works and what doesn’t when it comes to rehabilitation.
Produced by Jeremy Rose
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