09:05 Adventure tourism safety

Chris Jordan, father of Emily Jordan, who was killed in a riverboarding accident in Kawerau River Gorge; Steve Van Der Splinter, Maritime New Zealand's manager of investigations; and Geoff Ensor,Tourism Industry Association Advocacy Manager.

09:30 Auckland supercity - Tainui iwi say they will boycott alternatives

Tainui say they will boycott any alternative, weaker role offered to them after the Government's decision to rule out Maori seats on Auckland's Super City council.

Tuku Morgan, Tainui chairman

09:40 Turning smart drives into hydroturbines

Michael Lawley talks about his invention the Powerspout - a small hydro-turbine built with recycled parts from smart drive washing machines, which can generate power from a small creek or stream.


09:45 US correspondent Richard Adams

10:05 Elizabeth Rubin - Afghanistan

New York Times magazine contributor on Afghanistan. She is also the Edward R. Murrow fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

10:30 Book Review with Phil Vine

The Death of Bunny Munro by Nick Cave
Published by Text Publishing

10:45 Reading: Landings by Jenny Pattrick

(Part 7 of 15)

A tale of the early 20th-century Whanganui River community.

11:05 Coastal management

Environmental lawyer Raewyn Peart believes ordinary New Zealand's access to our coastline is being threatened by unfettered development. She puts the case for change in her new book Castles in the Sand.

11:30 Business and economic commentator Rod Oram

Trans-Tasman relations

11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch

The blogosphere; the latest NZ blog ratings, who's up and who's down on last year, and what influence the blogs are having on politics and current affairs.