On Nine to Noon Today

9:05 Apology from Australian Government
Mungo MacCallum, political commentator and author involved in Aboriginal issues for 45 years; and Brian Butler, member of the stolen generation.

9:20 Te Papa - the National Art Gallery?
Chris Saines, Auckland Art Gallery director; Rob Cherry, Artist and Art consultant; and Seddon Bennington, Te Papa Chief Executive

09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay

10:05 Irish storyteller and fiddler - Wellington Fringe Festival performer
Aindrias de Staic, his show 'Around the World on 80 Quid' is part of the Wellington Fringe Festival

10:30 Book Review with Emma Hart - 'What Are You Optimistic About?' Edited by John Brockman
(Simon and Schuster, ISBN 978 184 737 1003)

10:45 Book Reading: 'The Sound of Butterflies' by Rachael King
(Part 4 of 11)

11:05Music with Marty Duda - P.J. Harvey

Dress - P.J. Harvey
from the 1992 album 'Dry' (Indigo/Island)

C'Mon Billy - P.J. Harvey
from the 1995 album 'To Bring You My Love' (Island)

Good Fortune - P.J. Harvey
from the 2000 album 'Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea' (Island)

When Under Ether - P.J. Harvey
from the 2007 album 'White Chalk' (Island)

11:30 Law with Ursula Cheer

11:45 Film Review with Dan Slevin