Nine To Noon for Tuesday 3 June 2014
09:05 Global Action Plan on Antibiotic Resistance
The World Organisation for Animal Health says antibiotics are being fed to farm animals like lollies - and more must be done urgently to monitor the resulting increases in antibiotic resistance around the world.
Richard Young of the newly formed Antibiotic Resistance Coalition - set up just last month by NGO's across 6 continents - which in its opening declaration accuses International organisations, such as the World Health Organization have failed to exercise effective leadership in dealing with this crisis
Associate Professor Mark Thomas from the department of molecular medicine and pathology at Auckland University - whose report into the growing problem of antibiotic resistance in New Zealand has just been published in the New Zealand Medical Journal
09:30 3D Tissue engineering
Dr Tim Woodfield leads the CReATE group at Otago University's Centre for Bioengineering and Nanomedicine, which is a multidisciplinary research team using cell-biology, biomaterials science and engineering, via 3D printing technology, to work on combining a patient's own cells with biomaterials to repair or regenerate damaged tissue following trauma or disease.
09:45 US Correspondent Luiza Savage
10:05 Dr Christopher Dey on renewable energy
Dr Christopher Dey is a senior researcher in renewable energy and sustainability analysis at the University of Sydney's School of Physics.He discusses collaborative consumption, sharing goods and services on a local and global scale.
10:35 Book review: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Reviewed by Lisa Finucane, Published by published by Fourth Estate.
10:45 The Reading: Waiting for Einstein by Nigel Cox
A love triangle and mid-relationship disappointments precipitate a violent split between long-term friends Peter and Ralph. (Part 1 of 12)
11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:20 Food: Cooking from the duck hunt with Sally Wenley
Sally Wenley loves duck hunting, she's been hunting since she was a child, raised on a Hawkes Bay farm.
11:45 Media commentator, Gavin Ellis
Bouquets for columnists who are writing about normal life rather than calamity, dysfunction and angst... stories about cats, dentists, tea and writer's block.
Music played in this show
Artist: Josh Rouse
Song: Lazy Days
Album: Josh Rouse and the Vacations
Artist: Etta James
Song: Tell Mama
Album: At Last
Artist: Heavy Seas of Love
Song: Damon Albarn
Album: Everyday Robots