Nine To Noon for Wednesday 7 December 2011
09:05 Ports of Auckland battles industrial action and loss of shipping service
Tony Gibson, Ports of Auckland chief executive; Daniel Silva, secretary of the Importers Institute; and Greg Steed, chairman of the New Zealand Shippers Council.
09:30 The fate of women prisoners after their release
Hannah Bentley, the inaugural Napier Pilot City Trust's Robson Collection student, who will conduct a study on the re-integration of women into the community after their release from prison.
09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton
10:05 Mpho Tutu - Daughter of Bishop Desmond Tutu - co author of Tutu: the Authorised Portrait
Mpho Tutu is an Episcopal Priest who resides in America. She is also the founder and executive director of the Tutu Institute for Prayer and Pilgrimage. Her father, Bishop Tutu is a South African activist and retired Anglican bishop who rose to worldwide fame during the 1980s as an opponent of apartheid. He was the first black South African Archbishop of Cape Town, and primate of the Province of Southern Africa - which is now the Anglican Church of South Africa.
Tutu: The Authorised Portrait by Allister Sparks and Mpho Tutu
10:25 Book Review with Phil Vine
1Q84 by Haruki Murakami
Published by Harvill Secker
10:45 Reading. The Crime of Huey Dunstan by James McNeish (Part 3 of 10)
Lawrence and Ches lose their case in defence of Huey. Lawrence decides not to appeal.
Audio will be available here after broadcast.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week: Amy Winehouse
1. Someone To Watch Over Me - Amy Winehouse taken from 2008 album 'Frank: The Deluxe Edition' (Island)
2. Stronger Than Me - Amy Winehouse taken from 2003 album, 'Frank' (Island)
3. You Know I'm No Good - Amy Winehouse taken from 2006 album 'Back To Black' (Island)
4. Between The Cheats - Amy Winehouse taken from 2011 album, 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures' (Island)
11:30 Legal commentator Mai Chen
Confidence and supply deals with minor political parties.
11:45 Science correspondent David Haywood
David Haywood revisits allergies, haircuts and the margin of error.