Nine To Noon for Tuesday 20 May 2008
Nine to Noon Today
9:05 Auditor General inquiry into Immigration
Interview with Clayton Cosgrove, Minister of Immigration
9:20 Women rebuilding their lives after rape
Jan Jordan, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Victoria University, author of Serial Survivors: Womens' narratives of surviving rape; and Shelley, one of Malcolm Rewa's victims.
Dr Jordan's book is officially launched tomorrow.
9:45 US correspondent Richard Adams, Washington Editor of The Guardian
10:05 Bishop Gene Robinson: first openly gay Episcopal Bishop
Five years ago Gene Robinson became the first openly gay bishop inside the Anglican Church. As a crisis meeting looms, can the church reach a compromise over homosexuality?
10:30 Book Review: Bomber Boys by Patrick Bishop
Reviewed by Don Rood
Published by 4th Estate, ISBN 978 000 719 2151
10:45 Book Reading: The Man With No Arms & Other Stories
Karen Calder reads the final part of her story from the Glen Busch collection
11:05 Business with Rod Oram
11:30 Health with Ron Patterson, Health and Disability Commissioner
11:45 Media commentator Wayne Hope, AUT lecturer in communications studies