Nine To Noon for Monday 21 September 2009
09:05 Christchurch house where two women's bodies found torched
The Christchurch house where the bodies of Tisha Lowry and the murder accused's wife were found has been torched.
Dr Ian Lambie, Auckland University senior lecturer in criminal and forensic psychology who worked with fire service in arson cases; and Ray Coleman, Auckland Fire Service fire safety officer on why communities burn down crime houses.
09:20 Changes to resource management act which come into force 1st October (tree trimming)
Nick Smith, Environment Minister; and Stacy Colyer, from Stop the Chop campaign.
09:30 Paper Plane champ
Dylan Parker was diagnosed with a brain tumour, recovered, and went on to represent Australia at the World Paper Plane Championship in May this year in Salzburg, Austria where he took out a bronze medal.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Daniyal Mueenuddin
Daniyal Mueenuddin is a Yale educated New York City lawyer who's given it all up for farming in the Punjab region of Pakistan. His fiction writing focuses on straddling two cultures.
10:30 Book Review with Phil Smith
The Greatest Show on Earth by Richard Dawkins
Published by Bantam Press
10:45 Reading. Trespasses - a short story by David Lyndon Brown.
Otto breaks into wealthy people's houses, but is an unusual kind of trespasser.
11:05 Politics with Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooton
11:30 Guest chef Kate Fraser, editor of Zest, the Press's weekly food and fashion section; and wine commentator Stephen Morris
Today's recipe: Pot Cooked Chicken
11:45 A Modest Proposal or Two with David Slack