09:05 Has ACC admitted to being too strict?

Kim Miles, head of Orthopaedic Association; David Wadsworth, from Access Support Services, a para-legal service providing advocacy to ACC claimants; and Adam Darby a product design engineering manager from Auckland who successfully had an ACC decision rejecting payment for his shoulder surgery overturned.

09:25 Kids being dropped off at school early

Bill Sutton, principal of Thorndon School, Wellington; and Brian Robinson, principal of Apanui School in Whakatane.

09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage

10:05 Jay Bahadur - Somali pirates

Canadian journalist who travelled to the heartland of Somali pirates, Puntland, spending time with pirates, former hostages and those attempting to combat piracy on the high seas.

Twitter: @PuntlandPirates

Deadly Waters The Hidden World of Somalia's Pirates, published by Scribe.

10:30 Book Review with Louise O'Brien

The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma
Published by Hodder & Stoughton

10:45 Reading: Dead People's Music by Sarah Laing (part 7 of 15)

The lives of two talented cellists, Klara from 1930s New York, and Rebecca her New Zealand born granddaughter, entwine and enthral.

Listen again to this reading.

11:05 Babygone

Jenny Douche, editor of Babygone - a book about miscarriage, infertility, stillbirth and infant loss; and Cath de Groot, co-founder of Trilogy, has written foreword to Babygone and donated over 1000 copies to organisations around the country.

11:45 Media commentator Denis Welch

TV3's decision to put two full unedited interviews with Alasdair Thompson on air.