Nine To Noon for Monday 14 November 2011
09:05 As more hospitals move to computer-based systems concerns have been raised about how easy it is to access private medical information including a persons mental and sexual health history
John Edwards, Wellington privacy lawyer who has been looking into medical privacy issues; John Burrows, Law Commissioner.
09:30 The future of Zac Guildford after alleged Rarotonga drunken rampage
Todd Blackadder is the coach of the Canterbury Crusaders and a former All Black captain. He spoke to Guildford yesterday after the 22-year-old reportedly entered a Rarotonga bar over the weekend, naked and bleeding, and allegedly punched two men.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Election debate: Welfare
Paula Bennett, Annette King, Metiria Turei outline the National, Labour and Green party policies on welfare. Tariana Turia from the Maori Party was unable to take part.
10:35 Book Review with Ian Chapman
World Music is Where We Found It, edited by Wendy Pond & Paul Wolffram
Published by Victoria University Press
10:45 Book Reading: In the Land of the Dancing Kings by Paul Horan (Part 1 of 5)
An acutely observed, intelligent and humorous account of his trip to Sri Lanka to trace his tangential connection to the Sri Lankan Burghers.
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:30 Guest Chef Frank Camorra
Frank Camorra is a chef from Melbourne restaurant - MoVida. He lived in Spain until he was five, when his family moved to Australia. He replicates the tastes and flavours of his homeland in MoVida.
Movida Cocina (Spanish Flavours from Five Kitchens) by Frank Camorra and Richard Cornish
Published by Murdoch Books
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey casts his urbanist eye over Wynyard Quarter in Auckland