On Nine to Noon

9:05 Police Code of Conduct

Chester Borrows, National Police spokesperson; and Wayne Annan, Police Human Resources Manager

9:30 Breast cancer hair test

A new test for breast cancer has been developed in which women's hair is x-rayed to detect molecular changes. This method is discussed by David Young, Managing Director of Fermiscan; and Chris Atkinson, Medical Director of the Cancer Society

9:40 Dogs welcome at many of California's top hotels

Shane Green, Vice President of Operations of Cipriani Hotels and Residences in California and elsewhere in the US

9:50 US correspondent Jack Hitt

10:05 Ryan Knighton - Blind Author

15 years after going blind as a teenager, Ryan Knighton travels to an ancient church in Germany to hear the note change in the 639-year-long organ performance of the John Cage composition As Slow as Possible

Ryan appears at the Auckland Writers Festival: An Hour with Ryan Knighton - on Friday 16 May from 5:30 - 6:30pm,

Open Mike - Saturday 17 May 10:00am - 2:00pm,

A documentary screening with Ryan Knighton - As Slow as Possible - screens on Saturday 17 May, 7:00 - 8:30pm

10:30 Book Review: The Age of the Warrior by Robert Fisk

Reviewed by Harry Broad
Published by 4th Estate, ISBN 978 000 727 0736

10:45 Book Reading: The Man with No Arms and Other Stories

Steve Roome reads the second half of his own story, from the Glenn Busch book

11:05 Business with Rod Oram

11:30 Hairy Maclary turns 25

Lynley Dodd, New Zealand's best known and most highly respected author and illustrator of children's picture books. Her work has sold over two million copies world-wide.

11:45 Media commentator Paul Norris