Nine To Noon for Tuesday 17 July 2012
09:05 Urs Signer and Emily Bailey talk about the "Urewera Four" case
Urs Signer and Emily Bailey are two of the four people convicted on firearms charges following 12-month police surveillance of `military-style' training camps in the Urewera bush and the controversial 2007 police raids. Urs and Emily were sentenced to nine months home detention. That sentence was suspended last week while they appeal their convictions.
09:40 The likely impact of the new party pill law
Dr Chris Wilkins, head of the drug research team at Massey University's Centre for Social and Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation, on the Government's announcement that distributors and producers will have to prove the safety of party pills and fake cannabis.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
10:05 Feature guest - US historian Jim Downs
Author of Sick from Freedom: The Deadly Consequences of Emancipation.
10:35 Book Review with Anne Else
Park Lane by Frances Osborne
10:45 Reading: 'Māori 101' a short story by Te Awhina Arahanga, told by Kura Forrester
A university class taking Māori 101 visit the marae but as Rangimarie makes her way there to help out in the kitchen, she has a strange feeling.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Water and the SOE sales and Vodafone's acquisition of TelstraClear.
11:20 140 years of Chinese market gardening in New Zealand
Lily Lee, daughter of a Chinese market gardening family and the author of the book, Sons of the Soil - Chinese Market Gardeners in New Zealand; and Howe Young, son of a Chinese market gardening family, Pukekohe market gardener and CEO of the Dominion Federation of NZ Chinese Commercial Growers.
11:45 Film with Graeme Tuckett
Some film festival highlights, including Red House and Existence and the short films Pink Ribbon Inc and The Last Dogs of Winter.
Music played in this show
Avalanche City: 'Sunset'
Crowded House: 'Four Seasons In One Day'
form the 1991 album 'Woodface'