Nine to Noon
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
The Cricket World Cup. Steve Hansen's comments on the state of rugby.
New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor checks out the new collaborative set from the Thompson family, a fine career retrospective of the late Rowland S Howard, plus a new EP from former Opensouls singer Tyra Hammond.
Book review: 'This Changes Everything'
Tilly Lloyd reviews Naomi Klein's "This Changes Everything: Capitalism versus the Climate" , Published by Allen Lane trade.
India's rape culture
In her latest book, 13 Men, award-winning Indian-born journalist and author, Sonia Faleiro investigates one of her country's high profile rape cases, in which it was alleged a 20-year-old was gang raped under orders of the village council for falling...
Pacific correspondent Mike Field
Spying by the GCSB on our pacific neighbours. The Federated States of Micronesia.
New road safety measures for South Island
The government has announced plans to improve safety on major tourism roads in Otago, Southland and on the West Coast. Jim Harland, Transport Agency's Southern regional director. Gary Kircher, Mayor of the Waitaki District Council. Belinda Sellars is...
One year anniversary of the disappearance of MH370
The head of the Australian agency leading the search explains why he's cautiously optimistic they'll find the aircraft debris on the sea floor. It's one year ago this Sunday since Malaysian airlines flight MH370 disappeared without a trace, carrying...
TV Reviewer, Lara Strongman
Lara Strongman critiques Fortitude, a crime drama set in the Arctic as well as the Christchurch quake documentary The Day That Changed My Life.
Setting kids up to avoid financial disasters as adults
Money coach Sarah McMurray discusses how to set your kids up to avoid financial disasters as adults, careers, study and money management.
New Technology with Paul Matthews
Paul Matthews talks about digital technology in the school curriculum and how computing is taught.
Book review: 'Blood, Wine and Chocolate' by Julie Thomas
Published by HarperCollins NZ. Reviewed by Rae McGregor.
The women of Bletchley Park: WW2 Codebreakers
The story of World War Two code breaker Alan Turing has just been told in the film The Imitation Game. But what the film misses, is the story of the thousands of women who also worked at Bletchley Park - the hub of Britain's most secret organisation,...
UK correspondent Kate Adie
The unmasking of Islamic State militant "Jihadi John". Child abuse investigations.
Are we heading towards a cashless society?
The head of the Australian National University's School of Economics, Professor Rabee Tourkey believes physical cash will be phased out within a decade. He says it will likely be replaced by a government issued digital currency, similar to bitcoin,...
Is NZ spying our Pacific neighbours?
Dr Steven Ratuva a Fijian academic, and the director of Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies at the University of Canterbury. Mike Field is Nine to Noon's Pacific correspondent.
Science commentator, Siouxsie Wiles
Siouxsie Wiles discusses 'ThinkScience' day at the Auckland Arts Festival. Researchers discover the first robust physical evidence that chronic fatigue syndrome/ME is a biological illness and statisticians have determined the safest hideout for a...
How children's voices are heard in the court?
Simon Jefferson QC has almost 30 years experience practising family law - he is a former Executive member of the Family Law Section of the Law Society, a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and member of the Bar Association.
Marty Duda's artist of the week: The Pop Group
One of the first and most influential post-punk bands, The Pop Group came from Bristol mixing elements of reggae, dub, Krautrock, punk, funk and whatever else the four band members were listening to at the time. Their original run was short and...
Book review: 'Aquarium' by David Vann
Published by Text Publishing. Reviewed by Louise O'Brien.
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