09:05 Rebuilding Christchurch

John Jackson, principal of construction monitoring company Pacifecon, who was involved in the rebuild of Darwin after Cyclone Tracy in 1974; and Richard Field, Canterbury Master Builders Association president.

09:20 The role the tobacco industry is playing in campaigns by convenience stores against plans to toughen the laws on the sale of cigarettes

Ben Youdan,director of ASH - Action on Smoking and Health; Richard Green, Spokesperson for the Association of Community Retailers; and Roger Bull, Chairman, of the New Zealand Association of Convenience Stores.

09:30 The Great Typo Hunt

Jeff Deck and Benjamin D. Herson explain their story of an epic journey across the United States to fix typos in public signage.

The Great Typo Hunt: Two Friends Changing the World, One Correction at a Time, by Jeff Deck and Benjamin D. Herson

09:45 Australia correspondent Paul Barclay

10:05 Alison Wong - 2010 NZ Post Book Awards Fiction winner

Alison Wong won New Zealand's top fiction prize with her debut novel, As the Earth Turns Silver - based on the brutal murder of her great grandfather - a Chinese immigrant in Wellington in the 1920s.

As the Earth Turns Silver by Alison Wong
Published by Penguin

10:30 Book Review with Harry Broad

New Zealand's Vietnam War by Ian McGibbon
Published by Exisle Publishers

10:45 Reading.

Knots by Kim Torrez

The story of a whanau, their nicknames and a case of cold feet.

11:05 Music review with Marty Duda

Artist of the Week - Robert Plant

1. Big Log (5:03) - Robert Plant taken from 1983 album "The Principle Of Moments" (Es Paranza)

2. Another Tribe (3:16) - Robert Plant & The Strange Sensation taken from 2005 album "Mighty Rearranger" (Sanctuary)

3. Rich Woman (4:05) - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss taken from 2007 album "Raising Sand" (Rounder)

4. You Can't Buy My Love (3:10) - Robert Plant taken from 2010 album "Band Of Joy" (Es Paranza)

11:30 Legal commentator Ursula Cheer looks at journalists confirming their sources

11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston

How Christchurch museums, galleries and libraries, which store many of NZ's treasures, have fared after the earthquake.