Nine To Noon for Monday 19 July 2010
09:05 The state of work in New Zealand
Dr Judy McGregor, EEO Commissioner. The Human Rights Commission has released a report What Next? National Conversation about Work, which will be used to develop a new equality at work framework over the next year, aimed at changing legislation, policy and practice.
09:30 Potential for conflict over Antarctic resources
Denis Gibbs is completing a doctorate this year on the subject of looming conflict over Antarctic resources.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Lisa Matthewson
Internationally renowned linguist, has spent the past two decades learning and teaching a Canadian indigenous language of the Lillooet. She talks with Kathryn Ryan about her role in trying to save the language and why linguists are in a race against the clock.
10:30 Book Review with Justin Gregory
The Lonely Polygamist by Brady Udall
Published by Jonathan Cape
10:45 Reading: Washing Lettuce by Claire Baylis
A warm and perceptive tale about differing responses to prejudice.
11:05 Political commentators Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooton
Today they discuss employment laws and what it would take for the National Party to support axing GST on healthy food.
11:30 Guest chef Nici Wickes and wine commentator John Hawkesby.
Nici Wickes is a World traveller, chef and presenter of TV3's travel and food showWorld Kitchen.
Recipes: Chicken Mole and Chocolate Volcanoes
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey: Cars, cars, cars
Some recent developments in car design could change the way we drive from how our cars are powered, what they are made of and if they can fly.