09:05 Suicide - how do we better target those who are most vulnerable?

Annette Beautrais, leading NZ suicide researcher - Associate Professor at the University of Otago, Christchurch and Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, USA. Annette says men are 11 times more likely to commit suicide after a relationship breakup, and that we need a system within courts to pick them up (same as in Australia).

09:05 Suicide - how do we better target those who are most vulnerable?

Gregory Luke Larkin, Professor of Surgery, Emergency Medicine, and Public Health at Yale University School of Medicine. He's Chair of the International Association for Suicide Prevention's Task Force on Suicide and Emergency Medicine. He says the emergency department also a good place to identify at risk men, as they're less likely to visit a GP; and Warwick Pudney, Senior lecturer of psychotherapy at AUT University, and he was a founder of telephone counselling service Mensline, which is stopping operations.

Suicide Prevention Information Service NZ
For crisis support phone on 0800 376 633

Depression helpline 0800 111 757

The Lowdown
free text 5626

Lifeline New Zealand's free crisis line
0800 543354 - It a 24/7 service - 365 days a year.

09:35 The Crown Research Institutes taskforce report

Dr Wayne Mapp, Minister of Research, Science and Technology; and Anthony Scott, Science New Zealand Chief Executive

09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis

10:05 Robyn Nevin - Australian theatre doyenne

Robyn Nevin is the Artistic Director of the Sydney Theatre Company. Doyenne of Australian theatre who has been awarded the Order Of Australia for her artistic contributions.

10:30 Book Review with Crystal Beavis

Below the Styx by Michael Meehan
Published by Allen & Unwin

10:45 Reading: Duet by David Hill

A teenage blues guitarist finds himself playing a duet with the gorgeous flautist in the youth orchestra (Part 4 of 14)

11:05 New Technology with Nat Torkington

Nat discusses emerging technology - including cryptography, China, and Facebook's billions.

11:30 Simone - Broadway star and daughter of the legendary singer Nina Simone

Simone is the daughter of the legendary singer Nina Simone. Born Lisa Celeste Stroud, Simone is heading to our shores tomorrow to perform her mother's work in Sing the Truth: Nina Remembered, at the New Zealand International Arts Festival.

11:45 TV review with Simon Wilson

James May's Toy Stories and the new series of Desperate Housewives