Nine To Noon for Tuesday 2 October 2012
09:05 Substandard migrant living in the Waikato township of Benneydale
Peta Karalus, chief executive of Hamilton-based group, K'aute Pasifika which provides family health clinics and support for Samoan families; and Dr Dell Hood, Waikato DHB public health medicine specialist and medical officer of health.
09:25 The changing face of Auckland religion
Dr Peter Lineham, Associate Professor at Massey University and expert on religious history, who's done a study mapping Auckland's "religious geography".
09:35 NZ Institute of Forestry's concerns about the fungus found on KiwiRail's imported sleepers
Andrew McEwen, president of the NZ Institute of Forestry.
09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage
10:05 Feature guest - Richard Smith
Director of the UnitedHealth Chronic Initiative which is working on creating centres in the developing world to counter the pandemic of chronic disease. He's the former editor of the British Medical Journal and was also CEO of the BMJ Publishing Group and still has a blog on the BMJ website which covers all sorts of topics.
He is in New Zealand to speak at Auckland University for the Cochrane Collaboration, on Thursday this week, 1:30 pm at the School of Population Health, Tamaki campus, room 730-220.
10:35 Book Review with Phil Vine
Joseph Anton: A Memoir by Salman Rushdie
Published by Jonathan Cape
10:45 Reading: Shooting the Moon by V M Jones read by by Matt Whelan
In this sequal to the award-winning novel Juggling with Mandarins the hero Pip McLeod is in his mid teens, wrapped up in his own emotions, and learning the hard way, what matters most of all. (Part 2 of 10, RNZ)
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
11:20 Dr Grant Schofield - men's health
Dr Grant Schofield is a Professor of Public Health and director for the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition at Auckland University of Technology, with particular interests in sports and health promotion.
Buck Up: The Real Bloke's Guide to Getting Healthy and Living Longer by Buck Shelford with Dr Grant Schofield, published by Penguin Group (NZ)
11:45 Film Review with Graeme Tuckett
The Sapphires, Looper, and Kiwi Flyer.
Music played in this show
Alela Diane: 'Desire'
from the 2011 album 'Alela Diane & Wild Divine'
Jessica Lea Mayfield: 'Blue Skies Again'
from her 2011 album 'Tell Me'
Bobbie Gentry: 'Niki Hoeky
from her 1967 album 'Ode to Billie Joe' (it's a cover of a Jim Ford song)