09:05 What's the legality of the UN Security Council's decision to impose a no-fly zone in Libya, and how does it work as a military concept?

Professor Al Gillespie, University of Waikato's pro-vice chancellor of research, and a Professor of law/international law; and Anita McNaught, Al Jazeera's roving Middle East correspondent.

09:20 Auckland Unleashed - lessons from Sydney

Stephen Loosley, chairman of the Committee for Sydney who will be attending "Auckland Unleashed", a one-day summit being hosted by Auckland mayor Len Brown on Wednesday.

09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage

10:05 English novelist Joanna Trollope

Best-selling author whose novels include The Rector's Wife, The Choir and Other People's Children. Her 16th contemporary novel Daughters-in-Law has just been released. The 67-year-old distant niece of Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope started out by writing historical novels under the nom-de-plume Caroline Harvey and a study of women in the British Empire, Britannia's Daughters.

Daughters-in-Law, published by Random House

10:25 Book review with Paul Diamond

One Foot in Eden by Ron Rash
Published by Text

10:45 Reading: The Other Side Of Silence by Margaret Mahy (Part 2 of 12)

The adventure of a girl who decides to stop speaking.

11:05 Business and economics commentator Rod Oram

The outburst by many teleco companies against the government's handling of re-regulating the industry and the Ultra Fast Broadband initiative; Bernard Whimp's misleading offers to buy shares in major companies at prices below market value; and more on Pike River.

11:20 Are secondary school students getting adequate careers advice?

Judith Pringle, AUT; Maggie Hames, Careers and Transition Education Association; Karen Vaughn, senior researcher, New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER)

11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch