Nine To Noon for Tuesday 25 November 2008
09:05 Domestic violence of younger and younger girls being abused by partners
Lila Jones, project manager for HAIP (Hamilton Abuse Intervention Project).
09:20 New Zealand and the international drug trade
Jeremy Douglas, Manager of the UNODC's Global Smart programme which is tracking the international drug trade, which he says is getting increasingly sophisticated.
09:30 Food CSI
Darren Saunders, ESR food scientist.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
10:05 Award winning photographer Edith Amituanai
Photographer of Samoan descent. Subjects are drawn from within her own community. Finalist for 2008 Walters Prize (won by Peter Robinson).
She was born 1980 and lives in Auckland. She graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Design, majoring in photography from Unitec. 2007 Inaugural recipient of Marti Friedlander Photography Award.
10:30 Book Review with Quentin Johnson
Charlotte Bronte by Lyndall Gordon
Published by Virago
ISBN 978 1844 084722
10:45 Book Reading: The Blue by Mary McCallum
Episode 7 of 15
11:05 Business with Rod Oram, Business and Economic commentator
11:30 End of Life Orders
Dr Nigel Millar, Chief Medical Officer - Canterbury District Health Board; Dr Peter Skegg, medical law specialist from Otago University; and Ann Martin, Chief Executive of Age Concern.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch looks at a week of television and radio