Nine To Noon for Monday 23 May 2016
09:05 From sleeping rough to providing shelter
Once homeless herself, Danielle Bergin talks about, Island child, the housing trust she set up in East Auckland, and why more and more people are forced to sleep rough. She traces the start of the current housing crisis back to when WINZ took over housing assessments from HNZC.
Read more about Danielle's story.
09:20 Compulsory drug treatment bill under fire
Doctors and human rights advocates are lining up to condemn aspects of a new bill which would let doctors order patients to undergo compulsory treatment for drug an alcohol addiction. Nine to Noon speaks to the chair of the New Zealand Medical Association, Dr Stephen Child, Roger Brooking - an addiction medicine specialist and the Human Rights Commission Legal Manager Janet Anderson-Bidois
09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney
Is the European Union about to get its first ever far-right head of state ? NATO flexes its military muscle to counter a 'more assertive' Russia, and Portugal becomes the first EU country to reach a major clean energy milestone.
10:05 Indigenous Runway project - Tina Waru
Tina Waru is trying to get more indigenous people involved in the multi-billion dollar fashion industry and taking their ideas to the world. Taranaki-born, she has lived in Australia for more than a decade, first working in the fashion industry as a makeup artist and then going on to study Psychology and Maori Health. It was while Tina was doing a community makeup course with aboriginal families and youth about five years ago that she began thinking about why there was no platform for youth from indigenous cultures, to break into the world of fashion.So she came up with the idea of setting up one herself and launched The Indigenous Runway Project in Melbourne in 2012. Its aim is to provide indigenous people including Aboriginal, Maori and other First Nation people with a stepping stone into the fashion world, with design, modelling and styling workshops.
10:35 Book review - The End of Alchemy: Money, Banking, and the Future of the Global Economy by Mervyn King
Reviewed by Gyles Beckford, published by Little, Brown
10:45 The Reading
11:05 Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
It's Budget week. Tax cuts are out, so what's in? And Labour's Andrew Little has already leapt in with a speech questioning what it will do for 'middle' New Zealand.
11:30 Wendy Joyce: impressionist art, food and history
Wendy Joyce is a professional chef, art historian and lover of all things French, who runs cooking workshops in the Capital called Cooking with the Impressionists. In the sessions, she features an artist from the period, and the food they would have eaten. Next month, she'll feature Claude Monet, who was himself a foodie, and kept a food journal. She talks art and food with Kathryn Ryan.
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Tommy Honey examines innovative solutions for housing the homeless.