Nine to Noon for Monday 16 June 2008

09:05 Supreme Court Ruling on and the RSA Killings

The ruling says the sole survivor Susan Couch is able to sue the Department of Corrections for damages.
Paul Kuchenbecker, whose son Karl was murdered by Graeme Burton while Burton was on parole.

09:20 Fuel Watch

Louise Yaxley, ABC correspondent. With fuel prices continuing to soar on both sides of the Tasman, Australia's Fuel Watch scheme is being touted as a possibility to help consumers in NZ. But it has its own flaws.

09:30 Synaesthesia: Why Some People See Music Or Taste Words

Lindsay Hearne, PhD student ay Auckland University. It can take many forms - some people who have it see colours when listening to music, or associate tastes with words.

09:45 Europe Correspondent Seamus Kearney

10:05 Therapy

Jerry Moe, director of Children's Programs at the Betty Ford Center in California, who works with vulnerable youngsters from addicted families and helping them cope with a lost childhood.

New Zealand Drug and Alcohol Foundation 0800 787 797
Al-Anon - Alateen

10:30 Book Review with Russel Marshall

Working with David: Inside the Lange Cabinet by Michael Bassett
Published by Hachette Livre NZ
ISBN: 9781869710941

10:45 Reading: Edwin & Matilda by Laurence Fearnley

11:05 Politics

Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre

11:30 Guest Chef: Domenica Houlihan

With Lamb and Eggplant Tagine and Baklava

11:40 Wine with Raymond Chan

11:45 Tommy Honey

Sophist and Provocateur