Nine To Noon for Monday 15 December 2008
09:05 Police spying
Keith Locke, Green Party MP; Tim McBride, Human Rights lawyer; and Rochelle Rees, member of animal rights protest group who discovered her boyfriend was spying on the group and feeding information to the Police Special Investigations Group.
09:20 Farmers and Drought
Michael Morrow, grains farmer (also has sheep) in Mid-Canterbury at Long Beach, and Mid-Canterbury President for Federates Farmers; Stew Wadey, dairy farmer in the Waikato, has 170 cows and 20 hectares of forest, Waikato President for Federated Farmers; and Jacky Stafford, owns farm in Hawkes Bay (beef and sheep), also financial chair of Rural Women.
09:45 Africa correspondent Peter Greste
10:08 Police spying
Howard Broad, NZ Police Commissioner has just briefed the Police Minister on claims the Special Investigations Group of the Police was paying an informant to infiltrate protest groups and report on their activities.
10:30 Book Review with Harry Ricketts
Kipling Sahib by Charles Allen
Published by Abacus
ISBN 978 034 911 6853
10:45 Book Reading. Garibaldi Did Not SleepHere by Paul Horan
(Episode 3 of 6)
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest Chef Lauraine Jacobs and wine with John Hawkesby
11:45 A Modest Proposal or Two with David Slack