Nine To Noon for Monday 22 September 2008
09:05 ACC use of Private Investigators to detect fraud
Peter Sara, Dunedin ACC lawyer; and Laurie Edwards, ACC Corporate Affairs Manager
09:20 Paedophile Panel
Pat Kennedy. Was involved in letting the Blackball community know that a convicted paedophile had moved in; Russell Fairbrother, Social Services Committee Chairman, looks into the inquiry into the care and rehabilitation of youth sex offenders; Marc Alexander, spokesman for Sensible Sentencing Trust - he is supportive of a community knowing if an offender lives there, and pro chemical castration; and Dr Ian Lambie, who has carried out extensive research into community-based treatement of child sex offenders and adolescent offenders.
09:45 Europe Correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 From Poverty to Power
Duncan Green, Oxfam's head of research. Author of From Poverty to Power - about how to tackle global poverty, food crisis and climate change.
10:30 Book Review with Graham Beattie
Native Wit by Hamish Keith
Published by Random House NZ
'Abraham and the Chipped Dinner Plate' - a short story by Kamala Jackson
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Chris Trotter
11:30 Guest Chef
Connie Clarkson, Asparagus and wine suggestions from Stephen Morris
11:45 Sophist and provocateur Tommy Honey