Nine To Noon for Monday 16 November 2009
09:05 Real estate industry reforms
Deb Leask, Queensland-based New Zealander who got ripped off by an agent and started agitating for change in the real estate industry.
09:15 Real estate industry reforms
Kristy McDonald, chairperson of the newly established Real Estate Agents' Authority; and Peter McDonald, President of the Real Estate Institute.
09:30 Launching NZ businesses in the United States
Bridget Liddell, Managing principal of Fahrenheit Ventures in New York. She's in New Zealand for the first forum of NZ Global Women and is an expert on commercialising concepts and building brands in the United States.
09:40 Ry Cooder - One of the world's greatest slide guitarists
Ry Cooder, composer, producer and one of the world's greatest slide guitarists, is heading back to New Zealand 30 years after his last visit.
09:50 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Organised crime in Eastern Europe
Misha Glenny, undercover journalist specialising in Southeastern Europe. His latest book, McMafia: Crime without frontiers, explores the globalisation of organised crime.
10:30 Book Review with Louise O'Brien
Somebody Loves Us All by Damien Wilkins
Published by Victoria University Press
10:43 Reading:The Vintner's Luckby Elizabeth Knox
(Pt 6 of 15)
The original award-winning story of love, life, wine and angels stretching out from Burgundy at the beginning of the 19th century.
11:05 Politics with Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooten
11:30 Guest Chef Paul Mercurio with wine writer Jo Burzynska
Former Dancing with the Stars judge and star of Strictly Ballroom, Paul Mercurio is now host of travel/food show, Mecurio's Menu, which is screening on Food TV. Paul is currently filming the third series.
Mecurio's Menu by Paul Mercurio
Allen and Unwin
Todays recipes: Hapuku in Foil Cooked on Coals, and Flaming Oranges
11:45 Off The Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne, outdoorsman and adventurer
See images in the Kennedy Warne Gallery.