Nine to Noon on Wednesday 2 July 2008

9:05 Nutrition and Family report

Rob Quigley, health researcher, co-author of New Zealand's first report on nutrition and the family environment; and Bronwen King, public health nutritionist at Canterbury DHB

9:30 Atlas of socio-economic deprivation

Peter Crampton, Dean Otago University Wellington campus talks about the atlas of socioeconomic deprivation

9:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan

10:05 Rough Justice

Rex Haig spent 11 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder. Has just written the book Rough Justice with lawyer Rennie Gould. Published by Longacre.

10:30 Book Review: Bright Shiny Morning by James Frey

Reviewed by Graham Beattie
Published by John Murray
ISBN 978 184 854 0446

10:45 Book reading: Stories Bodies Tell by Maxine Alterio

(Part 1 of 2)

11:05 Artist of the week with Marty Duda

This week's artist is Blondie

Tracks featured:

Rip Her To Shreds
from the 1976 album Blondie
(Private Stock)

Heart Of Glass
from the 1978 album Parallel Lines

from the 1980 album Autoamerican

from the 1999 album No Exit

11:30 Law commentator Ursula Cheer

11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett