On Nine to Noon Today

9:05 Crisis looming over care of older people's teeth

Professor Murray Thomson, Professor of Epidemiology & Public Health at School of Dentistry, University of Otago; and Dr Graham Ting, specialist in Special Needs Dentistry with Auckland District Health Board

9:20 Detrimental Treatment

Josie Bullock, former Corrections Department probation officer, says Human Rights decision vindicates her position on what she sees as sexist Maori protocol

9:30 Detrimental Treatment of Josie Bullock

Margaret Mutu, says Human rights decision on Bullock case is wrong, and Maori protocol is not sexist

9:45 UK Correspondent Matthew Parris

10:05 Impact the Treaty of Versailles is still having on world events

David Andelman, Executive Editor of financial website, Forbes.com; and author of A Shattered Peace

10: 35 Book Review: Beijing Confidential by Jan Wong

Reviewed by Mary Daysh
(Published by HarperCollins Australia, ISBN 978 073 228 7474)

10:45 Reading: Colour Scheme by Ngaio Marsh

(Part 13 of 13)

11:0 5 Maori Issues with Malcolm Mulholland

11:30 Auckland Museum

Dr Vanda Vitali, new Director of Auckland War Memorial Museum, previously Vice President of Public Programmes and Director of Content Development at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, California

11:45 Week That Was

With Radar and Elisabeth Easther.