09:05 Post-quake exodus from Christchurch unlikely

Tom Love, a principal of consulting firm Sapere Research Group, who was commissioned by the Canterbury District Health Board to examine the population impact of February's earthquake.

09:20 Bowel screening

Professor Stephen Halloran is the director of the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme Hub in the Postgraduate Medical School of the University of Surrey - it provides bowel screening for the 14 million population of the south of England

09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan

10:05 Sustainable biodiversity

Professor Steve Wratten, ecology professor at Lincoln University

10:30 Book Review with Anne Buchanan

A Love Letter from a Stray Moon by Jay Griffiths
Published by Text Publishing

10:45 Reading: Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants (Part 2 of 6)

An inner city tale about death and a search for deeper meaning in the routine of urban loneliness.

11:05 Music with Marty Duda

Featuring the music of Derek Trucks

Naima - The Derek Trucks Band taken from 1997 album The Derek Trucks Band (Landslide)

Butterfly - Susan Tedeschi taken from 2008 album Back To The River (Verve/Forecast)

Down Don't Bother Me - The Derek Trucks Band from 2010 album Roadsongs (Masterworks)

Bound For Glory - Tedeschi Trucks Band taken from 2011 album Revelator (Sony/BMG)

Derek and and his wife Susan Tedeschi's band will perform in Auckland at The Powerstation on Wednesday.

Marty's website: www.13thfloor.co.nz

11:30 Legal commentator Jonathan Down, Public Defender Northern discusses the Public Defence Service.

11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston

Inglewood-born artist Michael Stevenson's show at the MCA in Sydney, and three artists celebrating the hand-made at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth.

Michael Stevenson
Michael Stevenson exhibition website

Michael Stevenson's website

See images of Michael Stevenson's work.

The gift (from 'Argonauts of the Timor Sea') 2004–06 by Michael Stevenson
Michael Stevenson, The gift (from 'Argonauts of the Timor Sea') 2004-06, aluminium, wood, rope, bamboo, tar, World War Two, parachute and National Geographic magazines, 40 x 60 x 30 cm, Purchased 2007. The Queensland Government's, Gallery of Modern Art Acquisitions Fund, Collection: Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Image courtesy Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, © the artist.

Gesamtkunsthandwerk 2011, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

See images from the exhibition

Gesamtkunstwerk the exhibition

Martino Gamper's website

Interview with Martino Gamper - New York Times

Francis Upritchard at the Venice Biennale

Review & photos of Karl Fritsch's 2010 Wellington shows