Nine to Noon for Thursday 3 April 2008

09:05 Heat Pumps

Lisa French, Building Energy Scientist with Building Research Institute (BRANZ); Brian Bull, Energy Modeller, Electricity Commission; and Mike Underhill, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority

09:20 Homeless Football Tournament (Homeless World Cup)

Tom Kelly, organiser of street football Aotearoa; and Stephanie McIntyre, Director of the Downtown Community Ministry

09:40 Phuket Tourism Safety

Larry Cunningham, Australia's Honorary Consul to Phuket.

09:45 UK Correspondent Kate Adie

10:05 Shark's Fin & Sichuan Pepper: A Sweet-Sour Memoir of Eating in China

Fuchsia Dunlop, the exotic memoirs of a young British chef who set out to live and cook the Chinese way - how to eat anything and everything.

10:35 Book Review with Laura Fergusson

Abstinence Teacher by Tom Perrotta. Published by 4th Estate

ISBN 978 000 726 1000

10:45 Reading: Where Lives The Gentle Giant by Murray Richards

11:05 Maori Issues with Malcolm Mulholland

11:30 Veteran Maori Broadcaster resigns

Whai Ngata, a veteran of Maori broadcasting retiring after three decades leading Maori programming depts at the NZBC, TNVZ and RNZ.

11:45 New Technology with Colin Jackson