Nine To Noon for Monday 13 July 2009
09:05 Therapeutic courts
Judge John Walker, helped set up first therapeutic court in Christchurch; Dr Michael King, a former magistrate in Western Australia, and now with a senior law lecturer at Monash University - Dr King is an expert on therapeutic courts and has just published a book Non Adverserial Justice.
09:25 Otago University student conduct
Professor David Skegg, Vice Chancellor of Otago University; and Edwin Darlow, President of Otago University Students Association (represents roughly 20 thousand students)
09:40 Wartime slogan proving a hit in the current recession
Mark Coop is selling posters, tshirts, bags etc with an image from a WW2 poster, which says Keep Calm and Carry On - the products have been a hit, and the reassuring slogan is proving especially popular in the current economic climate.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Russ Garcia Jazz composer and arranger
He's worked with some of the biggest names in the music business ... Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong ... jazz composer and arranger Russ Garcia is still in high demand at the age of 93.
10:30 Book Review with David Hill
The Book of Rapture by Nikki Gemmell
Published by HarperCollins
10:45 Reading. The 10PM Question by Kate De Goldi
(Part 6 of 10)
Only his Ma takes 12-year-old Frankie Parsons's worrying questions seriously. But she is the cause of the most worrying question of all - the one Frankie can't ask.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Laila Harre
11:30 Guest chef John Cornish, internationally renowned chef and butcher and guest wine commentator Jo Burzynska, NZ Herald Viva section wine editor and author
John's Easy Rack of Venison and Stir Fried Venison with Prunes.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey