Nine To Noon for Monday 10 November 2014
09:05 Police hunt for Philip John Smith
09:10 The cost of domestic violence
A new report says if nothing is done to address the domestic violence, the financial and economic burden will grow more than ten-fold, to nearly 80 billion dollars in a decade.
The study's been commissioned by the Glenn Inquiry, which is looking into the problem of child abuse and domestic violence, which results in an average of 12 deaths a year in this country.
The lead author on the project is the economist, Suzanne Snively.
09:20 Documenting human rights abuses in Iraq
Donatella Rovera is Amnesty International's Senior Crisis Response Adviser, conducting human rights investigations in Iraq.
09:45 Joel Richards, South America correspondent
South America correspondent Joel Richards reports on the pink tide in South America - why so many South American countries are leaning to the left.
10:05 Versatile athlete Melanie Burke, back from Ironman world champs
Melanie Burke is one of the country's most versatile athletes – she is an accomplished professional athlete with forays into running, duathlons, rowing, cycling and of late Ironman competitions. She grew up in Wanganui - a fairly typical Kiwi childhood, and she now lives and works in Auckland and does a fair bit of travelling abroad to events.
Her commitment to sport and training takes up a lot of the 34 year old's time, but Melanie says fortunately her employers are flexible - and she's able to attend overseas endurance meets. She has recently returned from her first professional Ironman champs in Kona, Hawaii, last month (October).
10:35 Book review: 'Amnesia' by Peter Carey
Reviewed by Graham Beattie, published by Hamish Hamilton.
10:45 The Reading: 'The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt' by Tracy Farr
Told by Lorae Parry (Part 9 of 12)
The story of Dame Lena Gaunt: musician, octogenarian, junkie.
11:05 Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
11:30 The Monday Morning Cooking Club
In Sydney in 2006, Lisa Goldberg was one of a group of Jewish women who began meeting every Monday morning. They cooked, ate, drank endless cups of tea and discussed the merits of different recipes, some handed down through the generations. After just a few weekly meetings, the Monday Morning Cooking Club was born. Hundreds of dishes later, six members of the sisterhood handpicked their favourite recipes to contribute to their second book Monday Morning Cooking Club - the Feast Goes On. Lisa Goldberg is one of the authors and will run through some time honoured recipes with Kathryn and tell the story behind the dishes.
Book: Monday Morning Cooking Club - The Feast Goes On
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey discusses issues affecting city dwellers
Auckland, Manchester, transport and funding
Give our cities power to prosper and all Britain will flourish too, The Guardian
Sudhvir Singh: Rail link the key to a unified city, NZ Herald
Christine Fletcher: Ingenuity better than axing rail link, NZ Herald
Music played in this show
Slave to Love
Why do we fall in love