Nine To Noon for Monday 2 May 2011
09:05 Could Christchurch's council-owned assets be sold to fund the rebuild?
Brendon Burns, Labour MP for Christchurch Central; Gerry Brownlee, Earthquake Recovery Minister; and Bob Parker, Christchurch mayor.
09:20 How much of your personal information ends up overseas?
Marie Shroff, Privacy Commissioner.
09:35 Accessing ultra-fast broadband - how does connectivity transform communities?
Dr Tim Williams, a consultant based in Britain, has written a paper for the New Zealand arm of Huawei Technologies on the implications of the British experience for New Zealand.
09:45 Middle East correspondent Irris Makler
10:05 Kereyn Smith - Secretary General of the New Zealand Olympic Committee
The first female head of the NZ Olympic Committee, who has more than 20 years experience in sports administration, including holding the posts of director of Highlanders rugby franchise and vice-president of the International Netball Federation. The NZ campaign for the the 2012 London Games was launched last Thursday.
10:30 Book Review with Ian Chapman
Starman: David Bowie the Definitive Biography by Paul Trynka
Published by Hachette/Sphere
10:45 Reading: Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants (Part 5 of 6)
An inner city tale about death and a search for deeper meaning in the routine of urban loneliness.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Sue Bradford
11:30 Guest chef Natalie Oldfield, and wine commentator John Hawkesby
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Lies, damned lies and fear of living in apartments…