Nine To Noon for Tuesday 5 October 2010
09:05 Paul Henry's Governor-General kiwi comments
Ganesh Nana, BERL chief economist, whose parents emigrated to New Zealand from India in the 1950s; Wayne Hope, Associate Professor of Communication Studies at AUT.
09:20 The Vatican's secret legal system
Geoffrey Robertson, Australian-born human rights lawyer - his latest book, The Case of the Pope: Vatican Accountability for Human Rights Abuse, delves into the Vatican's secret legal system which he claims has shielded paedophile priests from criminal trial around the world. He is also the founder and head of Britains largest human rights practice, the Doughty Street Chambers.
09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage
10:05 Fiona Paterson - NZ rower and cervical cancer survivor
Four years ago - aged 22 - world title rower Fiona Paterson was feeling fatigued, and performing poorly on the water. She went though a series of tests and was diagnosed with aggressive cervical cancer. She's now preparing for the 2010 World Rowing Championships, which starts at Lake Karapiro on 30 October.
10:30 IHC subsidiaries placed into statutory management
IHC chief executive Ralph Jones.
The subsidiaries, Idea Services Limited and Timata Hou Limited, operate services providing IHC care. IHC says their treatment will for now continue unchanged.
10:35 Book Review with Laura Kroetsch
Wait for Me! by Deborah Devonshire
Published by John Murray
A Very Important Date written by Fiona Sussman, read by Paul Harrop.
A South African, Indian, Iraqi and a Scot queue up to become New Zealanders.
11:05 Business and economics commentator Rod Oram
The Hobbit movie stoush.
11:30 Digital maximalism
William Powers, author of Hamlet's Blackberry and a former staff writer for the Washington Post newspaper.
11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch
Paul Henry comments, and coverage of the Commonwealth Games.