09:05 Stem cell research

Dr James Faed will be leading the clinical trials into the use of stem cells for treating spinal injuries.
Noela Vallis is the chairwoman of the Spinal Cord Society - a charity which has been raising money to fund research into stemcells.

09:20 Three strikes law

Melissa Wardlaw is an Attorney in the Public Defenders office is Santa Clara County, California. California has a 3 strikes law.

09:45 UK correspondent Michael White

A man is freed after 27 years in jail, the state of UK banks, and the "hospital of death".

10:05 Problem gambling

Anthony John, 26 year old who's just come out of almost a year in re-hab for his gambling addiction.

10:30 Book Review with Mary McCallum

First Touch of Light by Ruth Pettis
Published by Penguin NZ
ISBN 9780143011200

10:45 Reading: How To Catch A Cricket Match by Harry Ricketts

Episode 4 of 10 of an entertaining exploration of that great game

11:05 New Technology with Colin Jackson


Mobes on the Tube? Not going to happen.

IBM trying to buy Sun?

How to tell if your machine is infected. If you are worried, scan your PC.

How to reinstall Windows XP or Vista.

Windows security software - a 'must have' if you run Windows. This mostly costs money, but there is a free but basic suite.

French Police save millions by switching to Linux

German Foreign Ministry goes to Linux - 'it's far cheaper to maintain'

The trials of Gary McKinnon.

11:30 Gabriel Weston - young British surgeon and author of Direct Red

Book based on what it is like to be a surgeon in a city hospital .. about the relationship with patients.

11:45 Televison Review with Simon Wilson