Nine To Noon for Monday 28 March 2011
09:05 Fears Christchurch secondary students' educations will continue to suffer as their school days are condensed in the aftermath of the earthquake
Conan Fee, Chair of the Board of Trustees at Burnside High School, which is sharing its site with Avonside Girls High, which was badly damaged in the February 22nd earthquake; Tom Gooday, Year 13 student from Shirley Boys High, which is currently sharing the Papanui High School site; and Bali Haque, NZQA Deputy Chief Executive.
Captain Pottengal Mukundan, director of the International Maritime Bureau, which operates the Piracy Reporting Centre out of Kuala Lumpur.
09:45 Middle East correspondent Irris Makler
10:05 Roseanne Liang
Auckland filmmaker on turning her clandestine relationship into a documentary, and now a romantic comedy.
10:30 Book Review with Maraea Rakuraku
State of Maori Rights by Margaret Mutu
Published by Huia Publishers
10:45 Reading: The Other Side Of Silence by Margaret Mahy (Part 6 of 12)
The adventure of a girl who decides to stop speaking.
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Sue Bradford
Labour leader Phil Goff's handling of the police complaint against Darren Hughes.
11:30 Guest chef Leanne Kitchen and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Leanne writes a food blog for www.foodie.co.nz
Turkey: Recipes and Tales from the Road.
Published by Murdoch Books
Pekmez Roasted Pear Salad with Feta, Watercress and Hazelnut Salad
Lentil Silverbeet and Lamb Kofte Soup
Chilled Yoghurt Cream with Sweet Tomato Compote
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Regenerating Cities: Aerotropolises, Urban Art Centres and thinking about Christchurch.
New Model Metropolises, The Economist
Aerotropolis: The Way We'll Live Next. By Greg Lindsay and John KasardaThis looks like a job for Frank Gehry, The Economist
The Museum-building binge, The Economist
Guthrie Centre, Jean Nouvel, The New York Times
Cleveland Arts Centre, Cleveland.com
Saadiyat Cultural District
A work still in progress, The Chicago Tribune