Nine To Noon for Monday 9 November 2009
09:05 Misuse of Drugs - British Advisory Council
Professor David Nutt was fired 10 days ago as chairman of the UK's Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs because he said marijuana created only a 'relatively small risk' of psychotic illness and was less damaging to health than nicotine or alcohol.
Professor David Nutt, former chairman of the UK Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs.
09:20 John Howard
The former Australian Prime Minister talks to Kathryn about his years in power, how he believes he helped change Australia and why he didn't say sorry.
09:45 Europe - 20th anniversary of Berlin Wall coming down today
Kate Connolly, correspondent for The Guardian newspaper
10:05 Oran Canfield
Oran is the son of Chicken Soup for the Soul author Jack Canfield. He has written Freefall - the strange true life growing up adventures of Oran Canfield.
10:30 Book Review with Maraea Rakuraku
Billy T: The Life and Times of Billy T James by Matt Elliott
Published by HarperCollins
10:45 Reading:The Vintner's Luckby Elizabeth Knox
(Pt 1 of 15)
Not the new film version - but Jacob Rajan reading the original award-winning story of love, life, wine and angels stretching out from Burgundy at the beginning of the 19th century.
11:05 Politics with Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooten
11:30 London-based NZ chef Anna Hansen and wine commentator Stephen Morris
Roast pork belly, carrot and miso puree, green pepper relish
Roasted peanut panacotta, kalamansi lime and wasabi jelly.
Coco, published by Phaidon Press
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
The waterfront architectural competitions in Auckland and Wellington.
Auckland's opening the red gates competition entries: www.queenswharf.org.nz/designs/
Auckland's opening the red gates competition exhibition details: www.queenswharf.org.nz/events/default.asp
Wellington Outer T competition entries: architecture.org.nz/2009/11/04/tee-free/