Nine To Noon for Monday 10 October 2011
09:05 The salvage of the stricken Rena container ship that's leaking oil off the coast of Tauranga
Bruce Anderson, the manager of Maritime NZ's salvage operation; and Brett Keller, the owner of Tauranga Marine Charters.
09:30 Can homework cause more harm than good?
Richard Walker is an associate professor at the University of Sydney and co-author of a forthcoming book, Reforming Homework.
09:45 Africa correspondent David McKenzie
10:05 NZ scientist involved in groundbreaking international research into Multiple Sclerosis
Deborah Mason, NZ Multiple Sclerosis Researcher and Clinical Senior Lecturer, Consultant Neurologist Canterbury District Health Board. Her research includes links to lack of Vitamin D.
10:30 Book review with Don Rood
Wine, Women and Song - A Spitfire Pilot's Story by Hamish Brown
Published by Stayer Ltd
10:45 Reading: Last Day, Last Chance, Forever And Ever by Noel Harrison (Part 1 of 5)
Vicky's family suffered an injustice in the 1880s for which she is determined to find justice today.
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and John Pagani
11:30 Guest chef Michael van de Elzen
Owner and chef of Molten in Mt Eden, Auckland with wine commentator John Hawkesby
The Molten Cookbook - Michael Van de Elzen,
Published by Random House NZ
11:45 Off The Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne