Nine To Noon for Monday 2 March 2009
09:05 UK Medicines Authority warns that 69 cough and cold remedies for children can have serious side effects
UK Medicines Authority warns that 69 cough and cold remedies for children can have serious side effects and may not even work. The remedies will now be marked with warnings NOT to be given to children under six and are not recommended for under twelves.
Stewart Jessamine, from Medicines Safety Authority Medsafe; and Professor Innes Asher, Paediatrician and Head of the University of Auckland's Paediatrics Child and Youth Health
09:20 Four day working week
Robyn Galloway, managing director of Innovative Travel in Christchurch; Shane Elstone, works for Summit Wool Spinners in Oamaru; and Graeme Wilson, works for Majestic Tiles in West Auckland.
09:45 Middle East Correspondent Irris Makler
10:05 Former NZSO percussioniest turned conducter
Gary Brain was the was principal timpanist and percussionist for the NZSO. His career abruptly ended in 1989 when a heavy suitcase fell from an overhead locker on a United Airlines flight to San Francisco and crushed his right hand.
10:30 Book Review with Don Rood
Darwin's Island by Steve Jones
Published by Little, Brown
10:45 Reading. Tuvalu by Andrew O'Connor
Episode 6 of 15
In spite of feeling guilty about cheating on his girlfriend, Noah again sees Mami.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Neil Willman, Cuisine NZ Champions of Cheese Master Judge, CheeseFest '09
Neil Willman is Australasia's only full time cheese educator and trainer. He is joined by wine commentator John Hawkesby.
11:45 Sophist and provocateur Tommy Honey