Nine To Noon for Monday 27 August 2012
09:05 The new figures that show just how many drivers are causing crashes while under the influence of drugs
Mike Noon, Automobile Association; and Dr Tim Parke, clinical director of the Adult Emergency Department at Auckland Hospital.
09:20 What is being done to sort out processing delays in the Auckland Family Court system?
Garry Collin, Law Society's Family Law section chairperson; and Chester Borrows, Courts minister.
09:45 Middle East correspondent Tarek Bazley
Tensions between Iran and Israel.
10:05 Rick Wakeman - the Keyboard Wizard
Classically-trained British musician and former keyboard player for the progressive rock group, Yes. He has released about 100 solo albums and makes regular television appearances on programmes such as Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Grumpy Old Men.
10:35 Book Review with Don Rood
Stag Spooner: Wild Man frm the Bush, the story of a New Zealand Hunter and Artist by Chris Maclean
Published by Craig Potton Publishing, $ 49.99
10:45 Reading: Two Girls in a Boat by Emma Martin (Part 1 of 2)
Read by Julia Croft
Winner of the 2012 Commonwealth Short Story Prize, Two Girls in a Boat is a hauntingly evocative relationship story where Hannah, a New Zealander living in London, returns to Wellington when her relationship ends.
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Josie Pagani
11:30 Guest chef Paul Jobin and wine commentator John Hawkesby
Raspberry Soufflé with Raspberry Coulis
Twice-cooked Goats Cheese Soufflé
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Storage, self-storage, hoarding and a new domestic architecture.
Music played in this show
Clyde McPhatter: 'You're Moving Me'
9:50am (played for only about 30 secs while a phone line dropped out)
Paul McLaney: 'Once Upon A Time'
from his 2007 album 'Diamond Side'
Windy City Strugglers: 'Ah Oui'
from the 2009 album 'Time Comes Around: The Best of the Windy City Strugglers'