Nine To Noon for Monday 18 November 2013
09:05 Air New Zealand shares go on sale today
Paul Harrison, Managing Director of Salt Funds Management.
09:25 Are Licensed Building Practitioners adqeuately trained and monitored?
John Gray, president of Hobanz - the Homeowners and Builders Association of NZ; Mark Graham, publisher of the Building Guide, Design Guide and BoB- the Business of Building; and Mark Scully of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's Registrar of Building Practitioning Licencing.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
European far-right parties join forces ahead of EU elections, spooking mainstream parties.
10:05 Ken Cloke - global mediator
International mediator Ken Cloke has worked to resolve conflicts in war zones around the world. He says one of the biggest conflict risks we face will stem from environmental issues, and the current systems for dealing with these problems will not work to resolve them.
10:35 Book Review with Harry Broad
Images of War: New Zealand and the First World War in Photographs by Glyn Harper
Published by HarperCollins New Zealand, RRP$99.99
10:45 The Reading: The Writing Class by Stephanie Johnson, read by Alison Quigan
Emotions are coming closer to the surface for a creative writing tutor and her students.
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
Air NZ sell-down, attention for the Conservative party, and CHOGM.
11:30 Food - traditional marae cooking with Hinga Whiu
Hinga Whiu, a health promoter from Kawhia, shares her secrets of the traditional Maori kai that she serves up on Waipapa marae. Hinga and her husband Lloyd are also the organisers of the annual Kawhia Kai Festival.
Transportation in the 21st century: The modeling/reality gap.
Transportation in the 21st century: The modeling/reality gap, Scoop
Bethesda Maryland, near Washington DC, an 18.8 mile toll highway
British Columbia. The Port Mann Bridge
Brisbane, the Clem7 tunnel
Sydney’s Lane Cove tunnel, now owned by Transurban
Lane Cove Tunnel, The Australian
Dude, Where are my cars?
Walk your community
Auckland Transport Blog, The East-West Horror Show
Wellington Traffic congestion report supports flyover, Scoop
Music played in this show
Peggy Lee: 'I Love Being Here With You'
from the 1961 album Basin Street East Proudly Presents Peggy Lee
Blondie: 'Tide is High'
from her 1980 album Autoamerican
from their 2011 album The Rip Tide