09:05 ACT party candidate

Veteran politician John Banks first entered parliament 30 years ago as a National MP. Since then he's been mayor of Auckland twice. He'll be standing for the ACT party in Epsom.

09:20 Improving the science of forecasting

Philip Tetlock, professor at the University of Pennsylvania, whose ground-breaking 2005 book Expert Political Judgment: How Good is It? How Can We Know? analysed 27,450 predictions from a variety of experts and found they were no more accurate than random guesses.


09:35 Royal memorabilia

Margaret Tyler is the owner of the biggest private collection of royal memorabilia in the UK.

09:40 UK correspondent Kate Adie - The Royal Wedding


09:50 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

The Wikileaks cables on Fiji and China.

10:05 Dennis Marsh - Maori country singer

Dubbed the Maori Cowboy, Dennis Marsh has gone from country lad to country music star. His album, Maori Songbook, made it to number one this month, beating the likes Britney Spears, Radiohead and Tiki Taane. Dennis talks about the long road to the top.

10:30 Book Review with Harry Ricketts

In Shackleton's Footsteps: A Return by Henry Worsley
Published by Virgin

10:45 Reading: Death and the Dreamlife of Elephants (Part 4 of 6)

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

11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna

Artist: Fleet Foxes (www.fleetfoxes.com)
Album: Helplessness Blues
Song: The Plains/Bitter Dancer
Video: Grown Ocean
Download: free download of title track Helplessness Blues from www.fleetfoxes.com/helplessness-blues.html

Artist: Bachelorette (particletracks.com/bachelorette)
Album: Bachelorette
Song: Polarity Party Waveforms

Artist: Gorillaz (thefall.gorillaz.com)
Album: The Fall
Song: Revolving Doors

Artist: Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu (www.gurrumul.com)
Album: Rrakala
Song: Ya Yawirriny

11:30 Sports commentator Richard Boock

Richard Boock gives his predictions for tonight's basketball final between the Breakers and the Cairns Taipans.

11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Michele A'Court