Nine To Noon for Thursday 22 November 2012
09:05 Who should pay what when it comes to leaky homes
Paul Grimshaw, Auckland lawyer who has represented hundreds of leaky home-owners.
09:20 Gaza conflict - ceasefire has just come into effect
Nicole Johnston, Al Jazeera English Gaza correspondent.
09:40 Men who have been affected by breast cancer striking a woman in their lives
Peter Calder’s wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. He is putting together a book that will record the experiences of the men whose lives are affected by the breast cancer that has struck their partner, mother or daughter. The free book will be published by the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation.
Peter can be contacted through the Foundation's website
09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris
10:05 Angy Rivera - the life of undocumented Latinos in America
Angy Rivera is a 22-year-old undocumented Latino involved in a campaign for immigration rights for illegal migrant youth in the US.
10:35 Book Review with Phil Smith
New Finnish Grammar by Diego Marani
Published by Text Publishing
10:45 The Reading: The Trouble with Fire by Fiona Kidman
A series of short stories by Fiona Kidman.
11:05 New Technology correspondent Sarah Putt
The Novopay round up; how to get away with stuff online; Windows 8 phones on sale in New Zealand.
11:30 The history of children's homes and orphanages in Hawke's Bay
Kay Morris Matthews is Research Professor Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Trades at the Eastern Institute of Technology. She's written a new book on the history of children's homes and orphanages in Hawke's Bay.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Coverage of Labour's leadership; and the use of surveys in the media.
Music played in this show
Time played: 09:36
Artist: Guila Y Los Tellarini
Album: Eusibo, Also On Soundtrack To 2008 Film Vicky Christina Barcelona
Time played: 10:06am
Title: Heart Of Gold
Artist: Charles Bradley
Comp: Neil Young
Time played: 10:37am
Title: The Good Samaritan
Artist: The Pierces
Comp: A Pierce
Album: Space And Time (2012)