Today on Nine to Noon

09:05 Drought

Ken Tomlinson, North Canterbury sheep farmer; Stu Wadey, Waikato Federated Farmers president - Waikato farmers facing the worst drought in 30 years; and Jim Anderton, Minister of Agriculture

09:30 Super Duper Tuesday

Richard Adams, Washington editor of The Guardian speaking about the 24 US states vote in the primary race for presidential candidate both Democrat and Republican

09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan

10:05 Untapping Maori Economic Potential

Michael Ahie, CEO and a founding partner of Shirlaws New Zealand Ltd. He is also a director of Shirlaws Coaching Ltd and Shirlaws Pty Ltd.

10:30 Book Review with Don Rood

Earth Race by Pete Bethune
Published by Hodder Moa
ISBN 978 186 9711 245

10:45 Bookreading Pickle And Jam - a short story by Adrienne M. Frater

11:05 Music with Marty Duda

Feature Artist:Bob Marley
Simmer Down - The Wailers taken from 1963 single
Punky Reggae Party - Bob Marley & The Wailers taken from 1977 single (Island)
Redemption Song - Bob Marley & The Wailers taken from 1992 album "Songs Of Freedom" (Tuff Gong)
Get Up Stand Up - Che Fu taken from 2006 album "Hi-Score: The Best Of Che Fu" (Sony/BMG)

11:30 Employment Law with Andrew Scott-Howman

11:45 Television Review with Simon Wilson

Simon is a senior writer for Metro magazine.