09:10 Challenges for Rugby World Cup organisers 100 days before kick-off

Martin Snedden, CEO of Rugby New Zealand 2011.

09:30 WHO says cellphone use possibly carcinogenic

Professor Alistair Woodward, the head of population health at the University of Auckland, who led the NZ arm of the interphone study. A working group of 31 scientists from 14 countries at the WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer has reviewed scientific evidence on cell phone use and says it may increase the risk of developing some types of brain cancer.

09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton, chief political correspondent for SBS Television

10:05 Efraim Zuroff - Nazi hunter

Israel director for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who is in charge of Operation Last Chance. He is the author of Operation Last Chance; One Man's Quest to Bring Nazi War Criminals to Justice.

10:30 Book Review with Phil Smith

Smut by Alan Bennett
Published by Faber Fiction

10:45 Reading: The Life and Times of a Brown Paper Bag by Kevin Milne (Part 6 of 8)

Kevin Milne shares a remarkable, amusing and sometimes very moving autobiography

Audio of this story will be available here after broadcast.

11:05 Music review with Marty Duda

Featuring Death Cab For Cutie.

They hail from the great Pacific Northwest and have a new album out, their seventh, entitled Codes And Keys. Formerly the darlings of teen drama The O.C., the band has changed its sound a bit on the new one with more emphasis on electronica and less on guitars.

1. Pictures At An Exhibition (3:49) - Death Cab For Cutie taken from 1999 album "Something About Airplanes" (Barsuk)

2. A Lack Of Color (3:35) - Death Cab For Cutie taken from 2003 album "Transatlanticism" (Barsuk)

3. Crooked Teeth (3:23) - Death Cab For Cutie taken from 2005 album "Plans" (Atlantic)

4. Home Is A Fire (4:04) - Death Cab For Cutie taken from 2011 album "Codes And Keys" (Atlantic)

An extra track will be available for listeners at www.13thfloor.co.nz

11:30 Employment law specialist Andrew Scott Howman

Workers rights to information on their company's restructuring.

11:45 Science commentator David Haywood

The 'Copenhagenization' of Christchurch - that is: promoting the use of bicycles in a city.