Nine To Noon for Tuesday 28 June 2011
09:05 Has ACC admitted to being too strict?
Kim Miles, head of Orthopaedic Association; David Wadsworth, from Access Support Services, a para-legal service providing advocacy to ACC claimants; and Adam Darby a product design engineering manager from Auckland who successfully had an ACC decision rejecting payment for his shoulder surgery overturned.
09:25 Kids being dropped off at school early
Bill Sutton, principal of Thorndon School, Wellington; and Brian Robinson, principal of Apanui School in Whakatane.
09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage
10:05 Jay Bahadur - Somali pirates
Canadian journalist who travelled to the heartland of Somali pirates, Puntland, spending time with pirates, former hostages and those attempting to combat piracy on the high seas.
Deadly Waters The Hidden World of Somalia's Pirates, published by Scribe.
10:30 Book Review with Louise O'Brien
The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma
Published by Hodder & Stoughton
10:45 Reading: Dead People's Music by Sarah Laing (part 7 of 15)
The lives of two talented cellists, Klara from 1930s New York, and Rebecca her New Zealand born granddaughter, entwine and enthral.
Jenny Douche, editor of Babygone - a book about miscarriage, infertility, stillbirth and infant loss; and Cath de Groot, co-founder of Trilogy, has written foreword to Babygone and donated over 1000 copies to organisations around the country.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch
TV3's decision to put two full unedited interviews with Alasdair Thompson on air.