Nine To Noon for Monday 2 November 2009
09:05 Superbug in Samoa following the Tsunami
Dr Teuila Percival, head of Pacific Health at Auckland University
09:20 How long should a midwifery degree take?
Massey University is stopping its degree next year, saying it will not cram four years work into three years, as demanded by the Midwifery Council.
Professor Warwick Slinn, acting head of the School of Health and Social Services at Massey University; and Sharron Cole, deputy director of the Midwifery Council.
09:30 New Maps
Hayden Smith, CEO Landsar
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Diana Gabaldon
Diana Gabaldon, US author of the Cross-Stitch series
Her latest book is An Echo in the Bone.
10:30 Book Review with Ralph McAllister
Invisible by Paul Auster
Published by Faber & Faber
10:45 Reading: The Other Side of the Fence by Julia Brannigan
An emigrant from the UK discovers she loves living in Auckland, a captivating blue and white city.
11:05 Politics with Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooton
11:30 Guest Chef Martin Bosley and wine commentator Stephen Morris
Chef-proprietor of Martin Bosley's, and is one of the co-founders of Wellington's hugely popular City Market, a once-a-week food market. A former Supreme Winner of the Cuisine Restaurant of the Year Award, Martin also writes the weekly food column for the NZ Listener, contributes the monthly food column for Kia Ora, Air New Zealand's in-flight magazine and appears regularly on TVNZ's Good Morning programme; and wine commentator Stephen Morris.
Minted Asparagus Salad with Broad Beans and Salami
Rhubarb and Mascarpone Tartlets
11:45 Off The Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne, outdoorsman and adventurer