Nine To Noon for Tuesday 18 March 2008
On Nine to Noon Today
9:05 Conflicts of Interest and the Hawkes Bay District Health Board
Peter Dunkerley, former board member at centre of conflict of interest claims due to his ownership of local pharmacies and small shareholding in Radius pharmacies; David Cunliffe, Minister of Health; and Helen Walker, former elected board member
9:40 Leaky schools
Dale Burden, Mt Albert Grammar Principal; and Rosemary Vivien, Principal of Edendale Primary School
9:50 USA correspondent Jack Hitt
10:15 Philip Hill
Infectious disease researcher at Otago University Centre for International Health.
10:40 Book Review: The Dressmaker's Daughter by Kate Llewellyn
Reviewed by Jane Westaway
ISBN 978 07322 86842
10:45 Book reading: Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh
Abridged and told by Peter Vere-Jones
(Part 11 of 13).
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
11:30 Media commentator Phil Wallington
11:45 Anorexic jockeys
Dr Costa Karageorghis, lead researcher and sports psychologist of British study at Brunel University about the drastic measures jockeys are taking to keep their weight down.