Nine To Noon for Thursday 11 November 2010
09:05 Law Society criticises Government lawmaking
Jonathan Temm, president of the Law Society; and Chris Finlayson, Attorney-General
The New Zealand Law Society speaks out over its concerns about legislation covering the Rugby World Cup. It is the third time in this government's tenure that the Law Society has taken the formerly rare step of publicly criticising lawmaking - in each case, relating to broad powers the government has granted itself through special legislation.
09:20 Helping aid workers cope
John Fawcett works with international aid agencies providing assistance for relief workers who are exposed to human disaster on a daily basis.
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
Student protests, retired Navy commanders' fears over the scrapping of the Harrier Force and HMS Ark Royal and "poppy fascism".
10:05 Sterilising drug addicts
Barbara Harris, US founder of Project Prevention - a charity that pays drug addicts to be sterilised.
10:30 Book Review with Tina Shaw
Their Faces Were Shining by Tim Wilson
Published by Victoria University Press
10:45 Beethoven In Tirau, a short story by Steven Sedley
Ed Baldwin is a farmer and war veteran who has followed Lili Kraus ever since he first heard her play in the old Tirau Town Hall.
Nigel discusses how an apple pie recipe raises the issue of what is actually copyright on the web, NZ's copyright law on downloading gets firmed up and can you draw what the internet looks like?
11:30 Psychologist and parenting expert Nigel Latta
When and how to talk about sex with your kids.
11:45 TV Review with Simon Wilson
NZ's Next Top Model and Outrageous Fortune.