Nine To Noon for Monday 28 April 2014
09:05 Government move to stop the sales of all legal highs
Dr. Leo Schep is from the National Poisons Centre.
09:20 Chris Jackson, Former All White on his battles with depression
Chris Jackson, former All White captain who has been part of a global survey of professional footballers, done by FifPro, the world players' union. The survery has revealed high rates of anxiety and depression among current and retired players.
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
10:05 Feature: Robert Ewers, Kiwi scientist on world leading conservation project
The New Zealand scientist leading one of the world's largest ecological experiments – using the planned conversion of rainforest to oil palm, in Borneo, to design an experimental landscape – yielding information crucial to future conservation efforts.
10:30 Book review: Rough Ride to the Future by James Lovelock
Reviewed by Phil Smith. Published by Allen Lane
A quirky and heart-warming story of human relationships – and a duck. (Part 1 of 10).
11:05 Politics from the left and right
Mike Williams and Trish Sherson, a former journalist, former press secretary for the ACT party and now runs a PR company.
11:30 Food - Fiona Gower - Jellies and Chutneys
Fiona Gower from Rural Women NZ is along with recipes for three preserves.
The recipes are from the book A Good Harvest - Recipes from the Gardens of Rural Women New Zealand. Published by Random House,
11:45 Off the Beaten Track with Kennedy Warne
Out and about in rural Wisconsin.
Gallery: Rural Wisconsin
Old barn and grain silo, Wisconsin