Nine to Noon for 12 June 2008

09:05 Access to Police Files

Donna Johnson, complained she was sexually violated by former policeman and convicted rapist Brad Shipton, but charges were never laid. In January, police officer Steven Hales was allowed to resign after accessing Ms Johnson's file. Steven Hales is the brother of Warren Hales, who was convicted for his role in the pack rape of a Mt Maunganui woman.Donna Johnson first asked police in January for information about who had accessed her file.

09:20 Kissing Cousins

Professor Alan Bittles, geneticist from Murdoch University's Centre for Comparative Genomics - has spent 30 years researching the effect of same blood marriages. (consanguineous marriages)

09:35 Montana book Awards Judging Stoush

Graham Beattie, former Montana judge, and former head of Penguin NZ; and Linda Henderson, Chair of the Montana NZ Book Awards

09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis

10:05 Vaccinations

Paul Offit, World renowned paediatrician and vaccination expert. The Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - Professor of pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania medical school.

10:30 Book Review with Phil Smith

Justinian's Flea by William Rosen
Published by Pimlico
ISBN 978 1844 137 442

10:45 Reading: Edwin & Matilda by Laurence Fearnley

11:05 Maori Issues with Haami Piripi

Chairperson of Te Runanga o te Rarawa

11:30 Health with David Galler

Principal medical adviser to the Ministry of Health/intensive care specialist

11:45 New Technology with Colin Jackson