Nine To Noon for Monday 11 May 2009
09:05 Napier siege - body of Jan Molenaar
Molenaar's body due to be removed from the house today.
Peter Molenaar, brother of Jan Molenaar.
09:20 Napier shooting - should police be issued with firearms?
Greg O'Connor, President of the New Zealand Police Association
09:30 Amendments to lower the age of criminal responsibility to 12 for serious crimes is at the select committee phase.
Gabrielle Maxwell, Senior Associate Institute of Policy Studies at Victoria University; and Paula Bennett, Minister of Social Welfare, and Youth Affairs
09:40 Police media conference with latest from Napier
Eric Frykberg, RNZ journalist.
09:45 Professor Andy Philpott
10:05 Vivian Lynn
Artist Vivian Lynn, who has battled serious illness and helped establish the Women's Art Archive.
View images of Vivian Lynn's work in the Nine to Noon gallery.
Current exhibition at Adam Art Gallery:
Adam Art Gallery
Victoria University of Wellington
Gate 3, Kelburn Parade
10:30 Book Review with Sonja de Freiz
Not Becoming My Mother by Ruth Reichl
Published by Allen & Unwin
ISBN 978 174 175 7538
10:45 Reading: Llamas & Empanadas by Eleanor Meecham
Episode 6 of 10
Recounting her 5000 kilometre bicycle journey in the wilds of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia in Llamas and Empanadas.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Peter Thornley and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Recipes - Long keeper onion and olive tart with goats cheese and Roasted Sea Bass with moscovado liqourice olive crumble.
11:45 Town-mouse Tommy Honey in defence of plastic bags