Nine to Noon on Monday 15 August 2008

9:05 Barak Obama's running mate

Bob Weiner is a Democratic strategist who discusses the significance of Barak Obama choosing Joe Biden as his running mate

9:20 Paying for motorway use

Drivers could be paying up to 50 dollars a week to use new motorways under a National government ... and the party believes people would gladly pay, rather than be continually stuck in traffic jams.

9:30 Beijing Olympics reviewed

If there was a gold medal for Olympic longevity, Harry Nelson would have to be a contender Harry is an 86 year old who has been to every Olympics since 1948. He reviews the legacy of Beijing

9:45 Europe Correspondent Seamus Kearney

10:05 Feature Interview

Kim PhucKim Phuc - was the subject of a photograph that has become one of the most enduring images of the Vietnam war. On the 8th of June 1972, nine-year-old Kim Phuc's village was hit with napalm. She was photographed as she ran from the village, badly burned. Her two young brothers were killed instantly. Kim Phuc tells her harrowing but hopeful story.

10:30 Book Review: When Will There Be Good News? by Kate Atkinson

Reviewed by Jane Westaway
Published by DoubleDay UK, ISBN 9780385614511

10:45 Book reading: Wrestling with God by Lloyd Geering

Episode 4 of 12

11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre

11:30 Guest Chef Ray McVinnie and wine with John Hawkesby

Scallops with Spaghetti and Salsa Cruda and Pea and Potato Soup

11:45 Tommy Honey, sophist and provocateur