Nine To Noon for Wednesday 10 December 2008
09:05 Sudden infant deaths
Warnings about risk of sharing beds with babies.
Vicki Cullings, spokesperson for SANDS - Stillbirth and Newborn Death Support Group; Professor Ed Mitchell, Auckland University School of Medicine; and Dawn Elder, Paediatrician from Otago University School of Medicine who has done a study on Sudden infant deaths over the past 10 years.
09:20 Hanover rescue package
Glen Stanton, angry investor
09:35 Cops in Schools
The Cops in Schools programme has been running this year in South Auckland and we take a look at its progress. Senior Sergeant Mike Fulcher, Community Service Manager for Counties Manukau who oversees the cops in schools programme; and Bryan Smith, Principal of James Cook High School, Manurewa who has an officer based in his school.
09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan
10:05 Sir Miles Warren
One of the best known and widely noted architects of the past 50 years - helped shape the face of modern New Zealand - designed a number of NZ's most recognisable residential and commercial buildings. The only NZ architect knighted for his contribution to architecture.
Sir Miles Warren An Autobiography
Published by Canterbury University Press
10:30 Book Review with Gail Pittaway
A Cup of Light by Nicole Mones
Published by HarperCollins
ISBN 978 073 2288129
10:45 Reading. The Mail on Vivian Street
A short story by Rachel Sawaya
11:05 Music Review with Marty Duda
Artist Of The Week is Billy Joel
1. Travelin' Prayer (4:10) - Billy Joel taken from 1973 album "Piano
2. Say Goodbye To Hollywood (4:36) - Billy Joel taken from 1976 album
3. Honesty (3:53) - Billy Joel taken from 1978 album "52nd Street" (Columbia)
4. The Longest Time (3:42) - Billy Joel taken from 1983 album "An
Innocent Man" (Columbia)
11:30 Law commentator Dean Knight
11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett
This week, Quarantine and Kingdom Come.