Nine To Noon for Wednesday 30 January 2013
09:05 Criticism of the way the DCD milk powder discovery has been handled
Simon Page is the founder of Biopure Health, which sells NZ-made milk products in China. His sales have plummeted since it was revealed traces of DCD were found during testing by Fonterra.
09:25 Earthquake strengthening buildings
Adrian Regnault is the general manager of Building Systems Performance at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment; Stefano Pampanin is an Associate Professor in Structural Engineering at Canterbury University and the president of the NZ Society for Earthquake Engineering; and John Finnegan, structural engineer at Aurecon.
09:45 Australia correspondent Peter Munro
Flooding in Queensland and northern New South Wales; the fallout from Julia Gillard's decision to dump a sitting MP in the Northern Territory in favour of the Labor Party's first federal indigenous member; and gun crime in Sydney.
10:05 Dame Wendy Pye - pioneering educational publisher
Founder and managing director of Wendy Pye Group, self-made multimillionaire and the first living woman inducted into the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame.
10:35 Book Review with Anne Else
Anne Else's recommended summer read:
May We Be Forgiven by A M Homes
10:45 The Reading: With Lots of Love from Georgia by Brigid Lowry
(Part 8 of 10)
Hunter and Eva are no longer an item but Georgia knows that doesn't mean he's into her. Adrian wants to spend time with Georgia, which makes her feel great but could be potentially disastrous.
11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan's debut album, Texas Flood is being re-issued as an expanded "30th Anniversary" edition.
1. Pride And Joy (3:40) - Stevie Ray Vaughan taken from 1983 album "Texas Flood" (Epic)
2. Cold Shot (4:07) - Stevie Ray Vaughan taken from 1984 album "Couldn't Stand The Weather" (Epic)
3. Tightrope (4:40) - Stevie Ray Vaughan taken from 1989 album "In Step" (Epic)
4. Love Struck Baby (Live Version) (3:08) - Stevie Ray Vaughan taken from 2012 album "Texas Flood: 30th Anniversary Collection" (Sony)
11:30 Employment law specialist Andrew Scott Howman
To what extent are employees able to air personal views without implicating their employer?
11:45 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles
The scientists who filmed the first live footage of a giant squid in its natural habitat; and is antibiotic-resistant bacteria the greatest risk to human health?
Giant squid filmed in natural habitat for the first time - video
World Economic Forum: How hubris put our health at risk
The New England Journal of Medicine: The Future of Antibiotics and Resistance