Nine To Noon for Thursday 16 September 2010
09:05 David Garrett - admitted stealing identity of a dead baby to get a fake passport
Graham Peach, father of a baby who died and whose identity was stolen; and Michael Bott, Human Rights lawyer.
09:30 Future of the ACT Party
Matthew Hooton, Nine to Noon political commentator
09:20 Countering Islamophobia
Rehanna Ali, a member of the Islamic Women's Council for NZ.
On Thursday 23 Septmber there'll be another interfaith community visit day in Wellington, where participants will visit a local Hindu temple, Muslim mosque, Buddhist temple and Jewish synagogue, and enjoy food from various traditions.
09:30 Interest rates
Patrick O'Meara, RNZ Business editor
09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis
10:05 Duchess of Northumberland, Jane Percy
The Duchess of Northumberland talks about her controversial poison garden, created in the grounds of the centuries-old and fully restored Alnwick Castle. The Alnwick Garden which draws hundreds of thousands of visitors a year and has provided a tourism boon to the local area.
10:30 Book Review with Dan Slevin
Union Atlantic by Adam Haslett
Published by Atlantic
Outback Kiwi by Dave Hayward
A couple of Kiwi lads learn about the brotherhood of outback travellers.
11:30 Psychologist and parenting expert Nigel Latta
How parents deal with their own anger.
11:45 TV Reviewer Simon Wilson
Let's do Rivers on Prime and The Secret Lives of Dancers on TV3.