09:05 Waihopai aquittals

Dr Ron Smith, The Director of Intelligence and Security studies at Waikato University.

09:20 Over-representation of Indigenous people in prison populations

Professor Chris Cunneen - Professor in Justice and Social Inclusion at James Cook University, Queensland. He is currently Chief Investigator on a large Australian Research Council project called 'Australian Prison Project'.

He is visiting NZ for a Victoria University hosted symposium on imprisonment, where he will discuss some of Australia's pressing imprisonment issues and how they relate to New Zealand, including the incarceration of indigenous peoples.

09:45 UK correspondent Kate Adie

10:05 Melissa Clark-Reynolds - entrepreneur

Entrepreneur Melissa Clark-Reynolds was a teen mum, a gifted child and the youngest woman to ever attend university in NZ. She established a health and safety and ACC consultancy which became New Zealand's largest private accident compensation insurer - Fusion. She's become an environmental crusader and has set up a social networking website for kids, www.minimonos.com, launched in February this year.

10:30 Book Review with Carole Beu

Lola by Elizabeth Smither
Published by Penguin

10:45 Reading: The Windmill by Alice Miller

The challenges of musical composition chart the twists and turns of a relationship. (Winner of the 2009 BNZ Katherine Mansfield Short Story Competition) (Part 1 of 2, RNZ)

11:05 New Technology with Nigel Horrocks

Movie critic sites www.rottentomatoes.com and www.metacritic.com.

US government broadband plan (pdf)

Miley Cyrus on the Internet

You can also see these links and contact Nigel on his blog.

11:30 Spring-free trampolines

Keith Alexander, the engineering professor who designed and created the spring-free trampoline, which is now sold around the world, and Doug Hill, is the company's New Zealand managing director.

11:45 TV reviewer Simon Wilson critiques Stephen Fry's Q.I.