Nine To Noon for Tuesday 26 November 2013
09:05 Bosses could be prosecuted for knowingly having staff work in quake-prone buildings
NZ Council of Trade Unions Director of Policy Bill Rosenberg; lawyer Garth Gallaway who represented the Mines Rescue Trust at the Pike River inquiry; and Andrew Cleland, the Chief Executive of IPENZ, the Institution of Professional Engineers.
09:30 Codeworx challenge - secondary school computer science competition
The head of Orion health, Ian McCrae - who has set up a competition for secondary schools students which encourages them to create software and other digital tools. A group of students from Mission Heights Junior College won the team category, and James Watson from Burnside High School won the individual section.
09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage
The reaction - and backlash - in Washington DC to the Iran nuclear deal.
10:05 Feature Interview: Denis O'Hare - Tony Award winning actor
Tony Award winning actor, Denis O'Hare is bringing his retelling of Homer's epic An Iliad to Wellington for the Festival of the Arts. Denis O'Hare plays all 13 characters - as well as the narrator - and asks if anything has really changed since the Trojan War.
10:35 Book Review with Gina Rogers
The Lives of Stella Bain by Anita Shreve. Published by Little, Brown.
10:45 The Reading: The Writing Class
by Stephanie Johnson. Read by Alison Quigan.
Tosh, one of Merle's students has found instant success but this news isn't celebrated by all the students.
Part 12 of 12.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
New analysis that shows the US is very isolated in the Trans Pacific Partnership trade talks. There is also a surprising lack of solidarity between some countries you'd expect to be closely aligned, including New Zealand and Australia. Also, is the government glad it maximised its income from the Air NZ share sales, collecting $365 million?
11:30 How to get the best from our doctors
Stewart Dunn is a Professor of Psychological Medicine at Royal North Shore Hospital and Sydney Medical School.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
What's happening in the news media in Sydney.
Music played in this show
Lisa Crawley: 'Elizabeth'
from the 2013 album All in My Head
Lonnie Hewlett and the Little Sisters & Co: 'Ya Ya Cha Cha'
from the 2005 album Gilles Peterson Digs America: Brownswood USA
Stevie Wonder: 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours'
from the 1970 album Signed, Sealed & Delivered
Monica Da Silva: 'Walk on the Wild Side'
Dimmer: 'Getting What You Give'
from the 2004 album You've Got to Hear the Music