Nine to Noon for Wednesday 28 June

9:05 Winter deaths

Dr Michael Baker, Medical Epidemiologist, ESR Communicable Diseases Centre. Sixteen hundred more New Zealanders die every winter than during other seasons, with researchers pinning part of the blame on cold, damp and poorly maintained homes.

9:15 Tribute 08 - Vietnam Vets apology

Chris Mullane, Vietnam veteran and Chairman of the group organising Tribute 08 events; and Ken McKee Wright, one of the first soldiers to come home

9:50 Chinese quake buildings

Nathan Bird, New Zealander in Shanghai who is working with earthquake victims; and Philip Yong, a New Zealand engineer with experience of Chinese building projects

10:05 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan

10:15 Stressed kids in daycare

Dr Megan Gunnar, Professor of Child Development, University of Minnesota, USA has conducted a study looking into the levels of stress hormones (cortisol) in children in day care.

10:35 Book Review: Blue Horse Dreaming by Melanie Wallace

Reviewed by Mary McCallum
Published by Harvill/Secker, ISBN 978 184 655 1475

10:45 Book Reading: Acting Up by Matthew O'Sullivan

The third of five Hartley Manners Stories

11:05 Artist of the week with Marty Duda: Al Green

Tracks featured:

Tired Of Being Alone
From the 1971 album Gets Next To You

Take Me To The River
From the 1974 album Al Green Explores Your Mind

True Love
From the 1985 album He Is The Light

Standing In the Rain
From the 2008 album Lay It Down
(Blue Note)

11:30 Legal commentator Ursula Cheer on privacy issues

11:45 TV review with Simon Wilson

Simon looks at the high standard of documentary making by Maori TV