Nine To Noon for Wednesday 11 August 2010
09:05 Are New Zealand courts putting too much weight on the needs of children to regularly see both parents when considering applications by the primary parent to relocate?
Professor Mark Henaghan and Dr Nicola Taylor, from the Centre for Research on Children and Families, Otago University
09:20 Labour by-elections
Andrew Little, Labour Party president; and political commentators Matthew Hooton, and Andrew Campbell.
09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay
10:05 Ben Sandmel - New Orleans-based musician and record producer
New Orleans based journalist, folklorist, musician, broadcaster and record producer - expert on Zydeco and Cajun music. He discusses how Louisiana's picking itself up after the oil spill.
10:30 Book Review with Paul Diamond
Mad World: Evelyn Waugh and the Secrets of Brideshead by Paula Byrne
Published by Fourth Estate
Malcolm and Juliet by Bernard Beckett
16-year-old Malcolm is making a documentary on sex to win first prize at the National Secondary School's Science Fair (Part 8 of 15)
11:05 Music review with Marty Duda
Feature artist: Katie Melua
1. The Closest Thing To Crazy (4:12) - Katie Melua taken from 2003 album "Call Off The Search" (Dramatico)
2. Nine Million Bicycles (3:15) - Katie Melua taken from 2005 album "Piece By Piece" (Dramatico)
3. Blues In The Night (4:15) - Katie Melua taken from 2008 DVD "The Arena Tour" (Dramatico)
4. The Flood (4:03) - Katie Melua taken from 2010 album "The House" (Dramatico)
11:30 Legal commentator Andrew Scott-Howman discusses the government's proposed changes to the employment laws
11:45 Science commentator Dr David Haywood discusses asexuality and a new age of space flight