09:05 The rift between Act leader Rodney Hide and his former Deputy, Heather Roy.

Former Act MP Deborah Coddington.

09:20 Nanny state or canny state? What are the effects of having marketing regulations on products like cigarettes and unhealthy food?

Janet Hoek, Professor of marketing at Otago University.

She will be delivering her talk,"Nanny state or canny state?; a case for marketing regulations" on Friday 20 August 2010 at the University of Otago's Auckland centre at 6pm.

09:30 Why have international aid agencies turned down a significant donation of baby food for flood ravaged Pakistan?

Charlotte Rebbeck, of organic baby food company Green Monkey; and Glen Rose, International Programmes Manager for Red Cross New Zealand.

09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis

10:05 Feature guest James Lipton

James Lipton has interviewed the world's greatest actors as host of Inside the Actors studio - he is also a writer, poet, composer, actor and dean emeritus of Pace University's Actors Studio Drama School in New York City

Inside the Actor's Studio airs on Thursdays at 8:30 pm on Arts Channel (SKY Channel 079).

This Thursday he interviews the cast of the Family Guy, next week Kate Hudson and the following week Hugh Laurie.

0:25 Book review with Crystal Beavis

The Last 10 Seconds by Simon Kernick
Published by Bantam Press

10:45 Reading.

Malcolm and Juliet by Bernard Beckett

Sex was a late-comer to the party of Malcolm's life, and when it did arrive, it wasn't dressed up in any of the usual guises (Part 12 of 15)

11:05 New Technology with Nigel Horrocks

Some of the satirical Aussie election stuff on YouTube:

Anti-Abbot fake ad

Fake Gillard ad

Tony Abbot Trivia Pursuit

Greens Love Boat parody

The PM who came in from the cold

Tony Abbott the man your PM should be

11:30 Peter Walsh - Organisational expert, helping you to declutter

Peter Walsh is known as Mr Declutter - and has become a star in the US with his tips on how to get rid of the clutter and organising your home.


11:45 TV review with Simon Wilson

Simon gives his take on our discussion from earlier this week, on whether older television viewers are being left out in the cold.