Nine To Noon for Monday 2 November 2015
09:05 Why won't the Government regulate waste tyres when that's what the sector wants?
Stakeholders in the tyre industry want more regulation so there are rules for proper storage of end-of-use tyres and an assured supply stream of them. Every year three million tyres are put into landfills, dumped or "stockpiled" on private land - but there are growing problems with the risks of the tyres leaching toxic chemicals - or catching fire. There are calls for a mandatory product stewardship scheme to replace the ad-hoc collection of fees already being implemented, with the fees being directed into directly into the tyre recycling industry. But so far the Environment Minister Nick Smith is resisting that, instead calling for ideas on viable recycling options - but stakeholders say more action is needed.
Adele Rose project-managed the Tyrewise programme which has been trying to find industry-led solutions to the the waste tyre programme.
Patrick Lynch is an Investigations Manager at Waikato Regional Council which deals with a lot of waste tyre problems.
09:25 All Class. Anton Oliver on the All Blacks RWC Win
After a dream match up, an exhilarating game, and a fairy-tale finish, the All Blacks have made Rugby World Cup history. They beat the Wallabies 34-17, to clinch a record third world title, and become the first team to win consecutive world crowns. The All Blacks' World Cup victory was watched by a global audience of 120 million people. But are they a team like no other ? Former All Blacks captain Anton Oliver watched the game in London.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
Seamus has an update on the Russian plane that crashed in Egypt, killing 224 people, as questions swirl over what caused the disaster.
10:05 Songwriting legend, Burt Bacharach
Burt Bacharach is one of the world's greatest and most successful songwriters. He's has won eight Grammy's, 3 Academy awards, and penned so many hit songs it's hard to keep count.
Burt Bacharach wrote classics like Raindrops Keep Falling on My head, The carpenters song, Close to You, as well as I Say a Little Prayer, Walk on By, and the Tom Jones hit, What's new pussy cat.
He was born in 1928, and and has penned over 70 US top 40 hits.
And at 87 he's still going strong, and after touring Australia, he'll be performing in Auckland on November 7th... where he will be performing with the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra.
10:30 Book Review: The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson
Reviewed by Gyles Beckford, published by Doubleday
10:45 The Reading: The Book of Hat by Harriet Rowland, told by Issy Stewart
Harriet Rowland - known as Hat - was 17 when she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare form of cancer that began in her knee. This is the story of her journey through treatment as recorded in her Blog.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Stephen Mills
11:30 Latin American food from Guacamole to Chimichurri
Grace Ramirez is a former producer with the Food Network in the US and has been a judge on the local series of My Kitchen Rules. She has a taste of Latin America in our food slot today with dishes from Costa Rica, Mexico and Cuba. The New Zealand-based chef was born in Miami and raised in Venezuela. Her cookbook La Latina showcases the food and the staples of Central and South America and also delves into the history of each country's cuisine.
11:45 Rising seas: the New Zealand and Pacific reality
Outdoorsman and adventurer Kennedy Warne has concurrent stories on sea-level rise in the November issues of National Geographic and New Zealand Geographic. He discusses what he has seen and learned about this climate hazard in the Pacific and around New Zealand. More on Kennedy Warne's National Geographic stories