Nine To Noon for Thursday 11 February 2010
09:05 'It's still not OK' discussion paper
'It's still not OK' lobby group of domestic abuse survivors has written a report / discussion paper about "Protecting victims, rebuilding lives, sending the right message" which they are submitting it to politicians to read.
09:20 Anne Frank exhibition
Moriah College Button Project
PO Box 27 233
09:30 Top Gear
James May, co-presenter of Top Gear (BBC). He's coming to NZ next week for the Top Gear Live stage show.
10:05 Brian Deer
Brian Deer uncovered serious flaws in a study which linked the Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccine with autism.
10:30 Book Review with Jane Westaway
Must You Go? by Antonia Fraser
Published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson
10:45 Reading: The Year of the Shanghai Shark by Mo Zhi Hong (Part 4 of 10, RNZ)
In the Chinese city of Dalian Hai Long and his mates drink Coca-Cola , eat American fast food and go to English language lessons. But this year Hai Long leaves school to learn the unlikely trade of his uncle - a successful, learned man.
The Aussie court ruling that some people are billing as Hollywood vs the Internet, and electric cars.
11:30 Children's health
Dr Simon Rowley, Auckland City hospital paediatrician, on the health issues facing New Zealand children - and answers some common concerns parents have about their children's health.
11:45 TV Reviewer Simon Wilson