Nine To Noon for Tuesday 15 June 2010
09:05 Foreshore and seabed deal
Professor Bradford Morse, Dean of Law at Waikato University and professor of law at University of Ottawa. Professor Morse has served as legal advisor to many First Nations as well as national and regional Aboriginal organizations since 1974 in a range of constitutional, land claim, governance, economic and treaty issues.
09:20 Leading medical journal criticises WHO over handling of swine flu
Fiona Godlee, Editor in Chief of the British Medical Journal, which has challenged the World Health Organisation over its handling of the swine flu pandemic and not declaring the ties between its advisors and the major drug companies profitting off the H1N1 pandemic.
09:45 USA correspondent Jack Hitt
10:05 David Coltart - Zimbabwe
David Coltart is Zimbabwe's minister of Education and Sport in the Global Political Agreement; and founding member of the MDC. He is in New Zealand to meet Foreign Affairs minister and to lobby NZ Cricket to get the Black Caps to tour Zimbabwe.
10:30 Book Review with Maraea Rakuraku
Tuamaka: The Challenge of Difference in Aotearoa New Zealand by Dame Joan Metge, foreword by Hon Eddie Durie
Published by Auckland University Press
10:45 Reading: The Life And Death Of Laura Friday (And Of Pavarotti, Her Parrot) a black comedy by David Murphy
(Part 11 of 12, RNZ)
11:05 Business and Economic commentator Rod Oram discusses poor management in New Zealand
11:30 Leaky homes resilience
Robyn Horsfall, a leaky homeowner who's trying to do something positive with her situation - she's written a book to help support and inspire other leaky home owners to get through the emotional roller coaster they face. The proceeds of the e-book will help existing leaky home owners in NZ.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch
The treatment of the furore around MP's credit card use, and rounds up the Qantas media awards for print journalism.