Nine To Noon for Tuesday 24 April 2012
09:05 The controversial proposal to allow trading in Fonterra shares
Hugh Candy, who owns two farms near Morrisonville and Te Aroha; and Lachlan McKenzie, Rotorua dairy farmer and past chair of the Federated Farmers dairy section.
09:30 More people seeking help for anger issues in Christchurch
Jo Westbury, clinical director of Stopping Violence Services in Christchurch; and Struan Duthie, director of Petersgate Counselling in Christchurch.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
The evangelical right's "war on women".
10:05 Composer Juliet Palmer
Juliet Palmer has written operas about boxing and nuclear fission and is currently the School of Music's Composer in Residence
10:25 Book Review with Emma Hart
Talulla Rising by Glen Duncan
Published by Text Publishing
10:45 Reading: Breakout by Sally Astridge
Read by Sally Astridge
The moving tale of an ex prisoner of war who is beginning to confuse present reality with past traumatic experiences.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
The latest Crafar farms decision.
11:30 Comedian Steve Hughes
Australian heavy metal musician and stand up comedian Steve Hughes has been called "a political, anarchistic comedian" by one reviewer. After performing in bands such as Slaughter Lord and Mortal Sin - Hughes tried his hand at comedy at an open mic night in the mid 90s and the rest is history.
He is performing at this year's New Zealand Comedy Festival
11:45 Film review with Graeme Tuckett
A Separation, Spud and The Way.