09:05 Official cash reserve announcement

Alan Bollard, governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand

09:20 Property market

Brian Thompson - chief executive, Harcourts NZ; Mike Elford - president of Real Estate Institute of NZ.

09:30 One Tree Hill College art collection

Wallace Crossman - former art teacher at One Tree Hill College who founded the school's art collection. The school has an amazing collection, including works by McCahon, Hotere and Dick Frizell, all bought between 1969 and 1980 with proceeds from the tuckshop. The official opening of the re-hung collection is on the evening of Friday 13 March. The school has come under pressure to sell the collection to free up funds, but say theyr'e committed to art being part of the whole school environment.

Iva Ropati - principal of One Tree Hill College

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

10:05 Keeping children in education

Stuart Middleton from Manukau Institute of Technology

10:25 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre

Old Drumble by Jack Lasenby
Published by Harper Collins
ISBN 978-1-86950-674-2

Roadworks by Sally Sutton and Brian Lovelock
Published by Walker Books
ISBN 978-1-9211:50-16-6

High Tech Legs on Everest by Mark Inglis
Published by Random House
ISBN 1-978-86979-012-7

10:45 Reading: Tuvalu by Andrew O'Connor

Episode 15 of 15

Noah tracks down Mami.

11:05 Music Review with Manu Taylor

Jeffrey Foucault - "Shoot The Moon Right Between The Eyes, A Collection" Jeffrey Foucault Sings The Songs Of John Prine - 2008 Signature Sounds SIG2018

"2009: WOMAD - New Zealand - Sounds of the Planet" - Shock Records CTX462CDNZ

"Slumdog Millionaire - Music from the Motion Picture" - Composer: AR Rahman - 2008 Interscope Records 0602517963887

11:30 Sport with Richard Becht

11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Michele A'Court