Nine To Noon for Thursday 16 June 2011
09:05 The impact of the quakes on secondary students education in Christchurch
Sue Hume, principal of Avonside Girls High School, which is sharing Burnside High School's site; and Bali Haque, NZQA Deputy Chief Executive.
09:15 How Christchurch primary schools are coping as the aftershocks continue
John Bangma, principal of Mairehau School and president of the Canterbury Primary Principals' Association.
09:20 Will the Governments cyber security strategy be enough to protect internet users from having their information or identities stolen?
Marie Shroff, Privacy Commissioner; and Paul Duckin, head of Technology for the Asia Pacific division of Sophos, a Global IT security firm.
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
10:05 John Hellstrom - biosecurity and animal welfare stalwart
Chair of National Animal Welfare Advisory Committee (NAWAC) who has just been made an officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen's Birthday honours for his work in the biosecurity and animal welfare fields.
10:30 Book Review with Paul Diamond
A Simple Nullity? The Wi Parata Case in New Zealand Law and History by David V Williams
Published by Auckland University Press
10:45 Reading: Whim Wham - the satirical verses of Allen Curnow
Read by Stuart Devenie, with the news of the day (Part 4 of 5)
11:05 New Technology with Sarah Putt, editor of Computer World magazine
The Ultra-Fast Broadband network, the 2001 Catching the Knowledge Wave conference, and IT governance.
11:20 Actor Michael Galvin
Shortland Street actor Michael Galvin, on the latest play he's penned exploring evanglism and terrorism. Station To Station is touring the North Island from today, starting in Hawkes Bay.
11:45 Film Review with Dan Slevin