Nine To Noon for Friday 25 February 2011
09:05 Bob Parker
Mayor of Christchurch.
09:10 Jim Stuart-Black
the Fire Service's head of special operations. The Fire Service says the search and rescue operation in the grid set up in Christchurch's central business district will be completed within hours.
09:20 Judge Neil MacLean
09:30 John Hargraves
Director of a Timaru-based company which maintains and restores historic church pipe organs. Two of his eight-strong team - Neil Stocker and Scott Lucy - were killed while working on site at the Durham Street Methodist Church.
09:40 Ian Simpson
CEO of the Earthquake Commission. Prime Minister John Key is not ruling out a nationwide Australian-style earthquake levy in the wake of Tuesday' quake.
09:55 Dr Alistair Humphrey
Medical Office of Health for Christchurch.
10:05 The difficulties faced by employees and businesses in the wake of the earthquake.
Tim Hunter, CEO of Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism; Peter Townsend, CEO of the Canterbury Chamber of Commerce.
10:30 Radio New Zealand News
10:35 Gael Woods
RNZ reporter, who has been to New Brighton and other Christchurch suburbs this morning.
10:40 Live police briefing from Christchurch
11:05 Live police briefing continues from Christchurch
11:20 Bridget Mills
RNZ reporter outside the Cowells Stadium welfare centre in Christchurch
11:30 RNZ news bulletin
11:32 Mark Farrah
Wellington City Council staffer who is working a welfare centre on Abel Smith St, where some of the hundreds of displaced people from Christchurch have been housed.
11:35 Superintendent Mark Sweeney
Australian Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) specialist, and a member of Interpol's disaster victim identification steering committee.
11:40 David Meates
Chief Executive of the Canterbury District Health Board on the situation in Christchurch's hospitals and how health services are holding up.
11:50 Richard Foot
Sydenham resident who has an artesian spring on his property. He's been giving water away to thousands of locals who've turned up with containers of all shapes and sizes.
11:55 Jessica Maddock
RNZ reporter who's been to the quake-hit suburbs of Redcliffs and Ferrymead this morning.