Nine To Noon for Thursday 17 May 2012
09:05 Deadline for Housing New Zealand tenants to move out of condemned building
Jackie Pivac, Housing New Zealand's Wellington regional tenancy services manager.
09:25 Reforming the finance industry to better serve ordinary people
American Robert Shiller, one of the founders of behavioural economics, has seen enough folly in his four-decade career to make anyone cynical about finance markets. However the Yale economics professor argues in a new book that the industry can and should be reformed to better serve ordinary people.
Finance and the Good Society, published by Princeton University Press, distributed by Footprint Books.
09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis
10:05 New Zealand historian and book collector Peter Lineham
Peter Lineham teaches history at Massey University's Albany campus. He is a scholar whose interests cover a range of subject areas that can loosely be categorised under history and religion.
10:35 Book review with Phil Vine
Konstantin by Tom Bullough
Published by Viking
Read by Amy Tarleton
A young girl opts to throw away the morning-after pill and settles to having the baby, as her mother has before her.
11:05 New technology with Sarah Putt
Sky TV and its contracts with internet service providers are under investigation from the Commerce Comission.
11:20 Parenting with speech and language therapist Christian Wright
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis