Nine To Noon for Monday 16 September 2013
09:05 New Labour leader David Cunliffe vows to give senior positions to MPs who haven't supported him
New Lynn MP David Cunliffe, who was yesterday elected the new leader of the Labour party to take on Prime Minister John Key at next year's general election.
09:30 Claims the draft National Water Objectives are weak and do nothing to protect the country's rivers
Freshwater ecologist and associate professor at Massey University Dr Russell Death.
09:37 Claims the draft National Water Objectives are weak and do nothing to protect the country's rivers
The Ministry for the Environment's Deputy Secretary for Policy, Guy Beatson.
09:40 America's Cup
Todd Niall, Radio NZ correspondent in San Francisco.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Gordon Hudson - NZ astronomer
Amateur astronomer who is president of the Royal Astronomical Society of New Zealand. He works at the Carter Observatory in Wellington, NZ's longest-serving national observatory, and has a homemade observatory in Titahi Bay (right), complete with fibreglass dome top.
10:35 Book Review with Ralph McAllister
Police by Jo Nesbo
Published by Random House NZ, RRP$37.99
10:45 Reading: Civilisation, written and read by Steve Braunias
Winner of the general non-fiction category in the 2013 New Zealand Post Book Awards.
The stories of people in small-town New Zealand: Wainuiomata. (Part 6 of 10)
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
The new Labour leader David Cunliffe.
11:30 Food - Meng Foon
Four-term Gisborne Mayor Meng Foon posts photos of his cut-price cooking to his Facebook page, complete with costs per head – he's keen to show people they can use fresh produce without breaking the bank. Today he brings recipes for fried rice, chicken necks and gizzards, and carrot pork bone soup.
11:45 Off the Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne
Impact of shark finning on shark numbers.
Tiger shark, South Africa.
Shark fin buyers, Dubai fish market.