Nine To Noon for Thursday 24 February 2011
09:05 John Mitchell
Emergency Management Controller for Civil Defence in Canterbury
09:15 David Neill
Red Cross National Programmes Manager
09:30 Radio New Zealand NEWS
09:35 Mark Quigley
Canterbury University geologist, involved in the scientific response to the earthquake. Yesterday he did an aerial reconnaissance of the greater Christchurch area.
09:45 David Haywood
First person account from Avonside
Nine to Noon's science commentator, whose home has been severely damaged, just had new baby.
09:50 Don Rood - Head of Radio New Zealand News
Rescue teams find signs of life in a quake-hit building in Christchurch.
09:55 Phil Heatley
The Housing Minister discusses the government's plans to help thousands of Cantabrians who are potentially in need of temporary housing.
10:05 Emily Cooper
CTV journalist. The building housing CTV in central Christchurch has collapsed and up to 15 of its staff are among those feared dead.
10:20 Very Reverend Peter Beck
10:30 Radio New Zealand NEWS
10:35 Suzanne Craig
Suzanne Craig hasn't heard from her husband Phil Coppeard since Tuesday when he was heading off on a bus to Canterbury University to attend a lecture at 2 o'clock.
10:45 Brent Edwards
Radio New Zealand political editor with the latest developments from parliament on the response to the quake.
10:55 Bridget Mills.
Radio New Zealand reporter with the latest on the water situation in Christchurch.
11:05 Fran Vertue
Psychologist with experience in trauma counselling