Nine To Noon for Monday 10 November 2008
Bill English, Incoming Deputy and Finance Minister
Sir Roger Douglas, Act Party member making a comeback to Parliament 18 years after leaving, Sir Roger Douglas resigned from cabinet after falling out with the-then Prime Minister David Lange over his manage-ment of the most far-reaching - and contentious - economic reform programme in our modern political history.
09:30 Election - panel discussion about the shift in the electorate ground
Richard Prebble, former Labour minister, ACT Party leader, and colleague of Sir Roger Douglas; Mark Gosche, a former Cabinet minister in Helen Clark's Labour government, who retired at this election, and whose Auckland-based Maungakiekie electorate seat was lost to National on Saturday night, and Angeline Greensill, the Maori Party candidate in the Labour-held Hauraki-Waikato seat, who lost to Nanaia Mahuta.
09:45 Europe correspondent Iris Makler
10:05 Ceramic Artist
Katherine Smyth used to work as a chef at Peter Gordon's Sugar Club in London, but has turned her back on the pressure-cooker life for a more homespun craft. She's considered to be at the forefront of NZ domestic and high-art ceramics, and has spent time in the Middle East teaching potting to young women in an attempt to revive traditional skills of the people who built Petra.
10:30 Book Review with Laura Kroetsch
The Slap by Christos Tsiolkas
Published by Allen & Unwin
ISBN 978 1 741 753 592
10:45 Book Reading. Almost Perfect, a short story by Anne Stubbings
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Lauraine Jacobs and wine with John Hawkesby
1 1:45 Sophist and Provocateur Tommy Honey