Nine To Noon for Tuesday 11 February 2014
09:05 Criticism of Otago University's new sponsorship deal of the Highlanders Super 15 franchise
Nanette Cormack, Tertiary Education Union spokesperson.
09:20 Development of Maori land in Auckland
Ngarimu Blair is a board member of Ngati Whatua's commercial arm, Whai Rawa. Auckland iwi Ngati Whatua Orakei is working on its own solution to the city's housing shortage, including underwriting mortgages for whanau to assist in home ownership.
09:30 The implications of a new Wellington roading proposal
Takapu Valley group spokesman Richard Brown; and Andy Foster, Chair of the Wellington City Council's Transport and Urban Development Committee.
09:45 New Zealanders fighting in Syria
Response to the Prime Minister John Key's revelation that a handful of New Zealanders have had their passports cancelled for wanting to join the fight in Syria. International criminal lawyer Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Dan Mori represented Australian Guantanamo Bay inmate David Hicks and is now an academic at the Melbourne Law School.
10:05 Peter Davison - Doctor Who
The fifth ‘Doctor Who’ Peter Davison is coming to Wellington to host the ‘The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular’ at the New Zealand Festival.
Peter Davison - courtesy ABC News
10:35 Book review with Lance Wiggs
The Imposter Syndrome by Harold Hillman. Published by Random House
10:45 The Reading: An Extrodinary Rendition by Steve Danby
The Mt Tarawera eruption of 1886 may have buried a certain royal personage. If this is so, and the fact was covered up, the legal and political ramifications of the truth being revealed would have far reaching indeed. (Part 2 of 5)
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Looks at why the two dominant Australian supermarkets are delisting some New Zealand-produced groceries.
Meg Lipscombe is a photographer from Lake Tarawera. She has documented the life of two young tui, from the eggs being laid to hatching, to leaving the nest.
Tui - A Nest in the Bush by Meg Lipscombe. Published by Craig Potton Publishing
Gallery: Tui - A Nest in the Bush
Associate Professor Wayne Hope is the co-director of Journalism, Media and Democracy Research Centre (JMAD)