Nine to Noon for Tuesday 17 June 2008

09:05 South Auckland/Liquor Laws/Arming police

Helen Clark, Prime Minister

09:05 Arming the Police

Gary Troup, Acting Manukau Mayor

09:35 Arming the Police

Superintendant John Rivers, acting National Operations Manager

09:30 Pursuing An Age Old Debt

David Hallmark, the man who (respectfully) pursued Prince Charles to settle a Royal debt of 453 pounds and 30 pence - a debt that was 357 years old.

09:45 US Correspondent Richard Adams

Editor of The Guardian, Washington.

10:05 Interpol

Mick Moran, Irish police (Garda) officer, member of An Garda Síochána, Ireland's national police force on secondment to Interpol as international liaison officer for the Virtual Global Taskforce on child abuse. He is visiting NZ as part of international liaison work but recently in headlines for heading the international hunt for a number of child abusers. Internet child abuse a growing problem, despite recognition of problem from many countries.

10:30 Book Review with Gail Pittaway

Beneath the Bloodwood Tree by Julienne Van Loon
Published by Allen & Unwin
ISBN 9781741752304

10:45 Reading: Edwin & Matilda by Laurence Fearnley

11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram

11:30 Advertainment

Dale Russell, AUT Professor of Marketing

11:45 Media Commentator Denis Welch