On Nine to Noon Today

9:05 Children not eating breakfast

Julie Helson, GM Kids Can Charity; and Rob Quigley, health researcher

9:20 Airport deal rejected

Radio New Zealand reporter Nadine Chalmers Ross; and Graeme Bevans, Canada Pension Plan representative, speak about the government decision

9:35 Impact on soldiers of being sent back to Iraq

Ronn Cantu, a soldier sent back to Iraq twice; and Aaron Glantz, journalist and author focussing on impact on soldiers of war in Iraq

9:56 Children not eating breakfast

Parekura Horomia, Associate Education Minister

10:00 World record holding freediver

William Trubridge, world record holder breaks his own record

10:20 Watching the weather - global warming as a confirmed fact

Peter Lamb, distinguished New Zealand meterologist now living and working in the USA. He is Research Professor of Meteorology and Director, NOAA Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, Oklahoma University.

10:40 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre

Piggity Wiggity Jiggity Jig by Diana Nield
Ilustrated by Philip Webb
(Scholastic ISBN 978-1-86943-874-6)

The Reluctant Little Flower Girl by Melanie Koster
Illustrated by Jenny Cooper
(Mallinson Rendel ISBN 978-1-877423-09-3)

Willy's Mum by Scott Tulloch
(Harper Collins ISBN 978-1-86950-682-7)

10:45 Book Reading: The Rope Of Man by Witi Ihimaera

Part three of 13

11:05 Music review with Manu Taylor

Ruia - 12:24 -Tekau Ma Rua: Rua Tekau Ma Wha
(Tangata Records)

Duffy - Rockferry
(A&M Records/Polydor 176297-6)

Lizz Wright - The Orchard
(Verve Forecast 0602517564510)

11:30 Sport commentator Richard Becht

11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Michelle A'Court