Lord Nicholas Stern.09:05 Leading climate change expert

Leading climate change expert Lord Nicholas Stern, the author of the landmark Stern Review on the economics of climate change, which irrevocably altered the global debate and prompted governments to action. Four years on, Lord Stern tells us what the world's leaders, have or haven't done, and what strategies are needed now to avoid the costs of climate change that he highlighted.

09:35 Christchurch quake - salvage and rebuilding of heritage buildings

Eminent New Zealand architects, Sir Miles Warren and Maurice Mahoney, both now retired, had a partnership spanning 50 years. They are regarded as leaders of New Zealand modernism and designed many of Christchurch's landmark buildings, including the Town Hall, the Public Library and the Crowne Plaza Hotel, formerly the Park Royal.

09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris

10:05 Michael Robotham - author of psychological thrillers

Australian author Michael Robotham, author of psychological thrillers and has ghost-written some high profile autobiographies.

Bleed for Me by Michael Robotham
Published by Sphere

10:30 Book Review with Don Rood

The Tiger by John Vaillant
Published by Hachette NZ

10:45 Reading

Slings and Arrows by Sarah Boddy

Ana, a pregnant young Kiwi and Isabella her Mexican friend share a down and out existence in New York in the week of the 9/11 attack (Part 4 of 5, RNZ)

11:05 Helping children deal with fears following the Christchurch earthquake and aftershocks

Roger Phillipson and Louise Barry lead traumatic incident teams for the Ministry of Education with advice on how to help children settle down following the earthquake.


11:25 New Technology correspondent Nigel Horrocks

A United States school experiment putting electronic tags on kids to record what they're doing; and the use of new technology following the earthquakes.

Google earthquake map
People's images of the quake
Twitter earthquake thread
Blog: Concern about putting tags in pre-schoolers
Visit the Liberty Online only school or California Virtual Academies

11:45 Film reviewer Dan Slevin

The Expendables and Exit Through the Gift Shop.