Nine To Noon for Tuesday 3 February 2009
09:05 Japanese whalers accused of threatening noise warfare
Paul Watson, Skipper of anti-whaling ship 'Steve Irwin'; and Glenn Inwood,
spokesperson for the Institute of Cetacean Research.
09:20 Community law centres fear they will have to cut services as a result of a funding cut of more than 40 percent
Community law centres fear they will have to cut services due to a funding cut of more than 40 percent. The centres are funded from the interest from lawyers trust accounts and so the bit interest cuts means there is less money available.
Kevin Campbell, from the Christchurch Community Law Centre is the Converor of the Coalition for Community Law Centres.
09:45 US Correspondent Richard Adams, Washington editor of The Guardian
10:05 Feature Interview - Frana Cardno, Southland District Mayor
NZ's longest serving mayor currently in office.
10:30 Book Review with Louise O'Brien
Audition by Ryu Murakami
Published by Bloomsbury
10:45 Reading. A Merciful Release - a short story Shirley Eng
A recently widowed old man is visited in his dreams by his long dead son. He is troubled by these visits, and struggles to understand what it means.
11:05 Business with Rod Oram, Business and Economics commentator
11:30 Teenagers and Drugs
Paul Dillon, Drug and alcohol educator, and the author of Teenagers, Drugs and Alcohol. Published by Allen and Unwin.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch