Nine To Noon for Monday 3 October 2011
09:05 Dietary supplement promotion
Are pharmacists blurring the lines by promoting dietary supplements with prescription medicines?
Paul Ockleford, president of the New Zealand Medical Association; and Tim Dare, Auckland University lecturer in medical ethics.
09:30 Dog registration
Could the Auckland super city become the first major council the country to require dog owners to be registered, rather than just the dogs themselves. Brian Neeson is Chair of Auckland's Upper Harbour local Board, and a former national MP who spearheaded legislation to ban certain dangerous dog breeds in the late 1990s.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
The latest on the eurozone debt crisis and Vladimir Putin and Dmitri Medvedev's job swap plan.
10:05 Daniel Corbett - the new face of the Metservice
The UK-born broadcast meteorologist started his career doing private weather forecasting for firms in the US, including oil rigs in the hurricaine-prone Gulf of Mexico. He moved into TV and starting working for the BBC in 1997 before moving to the Metservice earlier this year.
10:35 Book Review with Sonja de Freiz
The Cook by Wayne Mccauley
Published by Text
10:45 Book Reading: Canada Girl, by Liz Breslin
A single Canadian woman catches up with a dinkum Kiwi possum hunter, goes on a hunt and experiences the 'thrill of the chase'. When she starts to make a move on him things don't work out quite how she imagined they might.
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:30 Guest chef, Laura Faire discusses seasonal cooking and gardening
Her upcoming book is called Now Is The Season, published by New Holland - it contains seasonal recipes, with tips for what to grow and when.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
The Victoria University team has come third at the Solar Decathlon in Washington DC with their First Light House.