09:05 The state of work in New Zealand

Dr Judy McGregor, EEO Commissioner. The Human Rights Commission has released a report What Next? National Conversation about Work, which will be used to develop a new equality at work framework over the next year, aimed at changing legislation, policy and practice.

09:30 Potential for conflict over Antarctic resources

Denis Gibbs is completing a doctorate this year on the subject of looming conflict over Antarctic resources.

09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

10:05 Lisa Matthewson

Internationally renowned linguist, has spent the past two decades learning and teaching a Canadian indigenous language of the Lillooet. She talks with Kathryn Ryan about her role in trying to save the language and why linguists are in a race against the clock.

10:30 Book Review with Justin Gregory

The Lonely Polygamist by Brady Udall
Published by Jonathan Cape

10:45 Reading: Washing Lettuce by Claire Baylis

A warm and perceptive tale about differing responses to prejudice.

11:05 Political commentators Andrew Campbell and Matthew Hooton

Today they discuss employment laws and what it would take for the National Party to support axing GST on healthy food.

11:30 Guest chef Nici Wickes and wine commentator John Hawkesby.

Nici Wickes is a World traveller, chef and presenter of TV3's travel and food showWorld Kitchen.

Recipes: Chicken Mole and Chocolate Volcanoes

11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey: Cars, cars, cars

Some recent developments in car design could change the way we drive from how our cars are powered, what they are made of and if they can fly.

Spring wheels
The lighter drive
Range anxiety

Terrafugia transition