09:05 Impact of new safety orders on domestic violence

Heather Henare, Chief Executive of Womens Refuge

09:20 Windfarms

John Carr, resident of Greta Valley; Greg Best, farmer at Ohariu near Wellington who started his own windfarm; and Don Nicolson, President of Federated Farmers.

09:30 Boxing Legend Sugar Ray Leonard

International boxing legend, Sugar Ray Leonard is in New Zealand this week, courtesy of the Foundation for Youth Development, to help some of our most at-risk young people. He is also being hosted by the Maori King, Tuheitia, at Turangawaewae Marae, and speaking to the youth of Ngaruawahia and Huntly.

09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay

10:05 Michele Cox - former international soccer player and author

Michele Cox grew up in New Zealand and represented both NZ and Germany in women's football. She is a consultant for the FIFA professionalism programme and is the author of the Sammy series of children's books about a girl who plays soccer.

Sammy Goes To The World Cup by Michele Cox
Published by HarperCollins

10:30 Book Review with Laura Kroetsch

The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell
Published by Sceptre

10:45 Reading: At The Compassionate Restaurant, a short story by Elizabeth Smither

A woman takes over a restaurant and has to convert the staff and clientele to her philosophy of fine dining.

11:05 Music review with Marty Duda

Feature Artist: Mark Lanegan

Mark Lanegan is touring New Zealand as a solo artist for the first time with shows this Friday and Saturday in Wellington and Auckland.

1. Nearly Lost You (4:07) - Screaming Trees taken from 1992 album "Sweet Oblivion" (Epic)

2. Hit The City (2:48) - Mark Lanegan taken from 2004 album "Bubblegum" (Beggar's Banquet)

3. Ballad Of The Broken Seas (2:42) - Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan taken from 2006 album "Ballad Of The Broken Seas" (V2)

4. Man In The Long Black Coat (3:35) - Mark Lanegan taken from 2007 album "Music From The Motion Picture I'm Not There" (Columbia)

11:30 Legal commentator Dean Knight

Dean Knight looks at who's legally enitled to adopt a child

11:45 Science discussion with David Haywood

David Haywood tells us about thorium reactors and the immortal life of Henriatta Lacks.