Nine To Noon for Monday 30 July 2012
09:05 New Zealand councils urge Government to introduce building warranties in new laws
John Gray, president of the Home Owners and Buyers Association, which supports calls by some of the country's biggest councils for warranties to be introduced in new building laws; Warwick Quinn, chief executive of the Registered Master Builders Federation; and Ben Rickard from the building insurer Built-in which provides warranties, including public liability, for builders and sub-contractors.
09:20 The elderly in NZ are facing more complex legal problems
Chris Kelly, a lawyer from a Wellington law firm which specialises in trust and elder law; and Paul Barber, a policy advisor for the NZ Council of Christian Social Services.
09:45 Olympics Update with Joseph Romanos
10:05 Jaan Tallinn: artificial intelligence - what are the risks?
Computer programmer and Skype co-creator Jaan Tallinn, who is one of the world's leading experts on peer-to-peer technologies.
10:35 Book Review with Phil Vine
Arab Spring: Rebellion, Revolution, and a New World Order, edited by Toby Manhire
Published by Random House
10:45 Reading: A Bad Start by Pip Adam read by Vanessa Rhodes
A portrait of a young mother in shocked contemplation of her new baby. The first in a series of short stories from Pip Adam's collection Everything we Hoped For, published by Victoria University Press
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Josie Pagani
The blueprint for renewing Christchurch's CBD and the NZ Herald's Mood of the Boardroom Survey.
11:30 Guest chef Nici Wickes: tapas, shared plates and how to make a genuine croqueta
Chef and presenter of World Kitchen television series Nici Wickes and wine commentator Jo Burzynska, author of Wine Class: All you need to know about wine in New Zealand.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
New ways to pay
Music played in this show
Paul McCartney - Calico Skies (played at 9:30am)
The Replacements - I Will Dare (played at 10:35am)
Andrew Keoghan - Bright Idea (played at 11:25am)
Leon Russell - Out in the Woods (played at 11:45am)