Nine To Noon for Tuesday 16 September 2008
Nine to Noon for Tuesday 16 September
09:05 South Australian anti-gang law
Dr Andreas Schloenhardt, from Queensland University School of Law.
New Zealand politicians have indicated interest in copying draconian anti-gang laws to be introduced in South Australia. But how well would they work in this country?
09:05 Anti-gang legislation
Jarrod Gilbert, Canterbury University sociology PhD student - writing thesis about gangs in NZ.
09:30 Aric Lapter and Rasheed Nashashibi
Aric is an Israeli racing driver, Rasheed is a Palestinian racing driver who have set aside their political differences and working together to compete in the British Formula Vee championship. Their team is called Racing 4 Peace, and its car and uniforms sport both Israeli and Palestinian flags.
9:45 US Correspondent
Jack Hitt (pictured left) is a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine, Harper's Magazine, and the public radio program "This American Life". He also frequently appears in places like Rolling Stone, Wired, and Outside Magazine.
10:05 William Shatner
Star of Boston Legal.
10:30 Book Review with Quentin Johnson
Endgame 1945 by David Stafford
Published by Abacus
ISBN 978 0349 119120
10:45 Book Reading: Mr Allbones' Ferrets by Fiona Farrell
(Episode 7 of 10)
11:05 Business with Rod Oram
Business and Economic commentator
11:30 Buddhist Nun - Who didn't speak for six years
Venerable Tenzin Chogkyi, an American Buddhist nun who went on retreat for six and a half years.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch