Nine to Noon on Monday 1 September 2008

9:05 New Orleans evacuation

Regan Forrester, Director of Social Services at Lambeth House Retirement Community, discusses evacuating the elderly

Danielle Robinson about taking in people

Gerard Braud, former TV reporter and hurricane-chaser, now specialising in crisis communications based on experiences of Katrina.

9:20 Multiple Sclerosis Prevalence study

Debbie Mason, Christchurch neurologist and one of the investigators in new M.S. prevalence study

9:30 Child labour in New Zealand

Interview with Paul Roth, law professor at Otago University who suggests New Zealand is dragging the chain in protections for young workers.

9:45 Africa Correspondent Peter Greste

10:05 Feature Interview

Lee Siegel, cultural critic, internet critic, author

10:30 Book Review: All That Glitters by Denise L'Estrange Corbet

Reviewed by Sonja de Freiz
Published by Random House NZ
ISBN 9781869790424

10:45 Book Reading

11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre

11:30 Guest Chef

Alain Devahive, from Spain's El Bulli restaurant.

And guest wine reviewer Stephen Morris

11:45 A Modest Proposal or Two from David Slack