09:05 Youth unemployment hits highest level since the Great Depression

Dr Gail Pacheco, AUT Senior Economics Lecturer; James Sleep, convenor of Stand Up - the youth branch of the CTU; and Rick Boven, director of the New Zealand Institute think-tank.

New figures official show despite employment growing overall, 15 to 19-year-olds continued to buck the trend, with nearly 28 percent of this age group now unemployed. The NZ Institute think-tank says New Zealand has the biggest proportion of unemployed teenagers among its jobless of any developed country.

09:25 The Inland Revenue is warning of a crack down on charities and fundraising bodies, because many are avoiding their GST liabilities

Eugen Trombitas, partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers New Zealand and GST expert.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

10:05 Dr Richard Egan - Spirituality and death

Dr Richard Egan is based at the Dunedin School of Medicine and has done an extensive study for his PhD in NZ hospices - he says it is possible for people to happily die if they feel their spiritual needs have been catered to - but is it adequately provided?

10:35 Book Review with Louise O'Brien

The Homecoming of Samuel Lake by Jenny Wingfield.
Published by Fourth Estate.

10:45 Reading: Five of the Family by David Hill

A story told by five different members of an extended family gathered together at a stone laying ceremony for their late Aunt Janet.

Listen again to this reading.

11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna

Artist: The Sami Sisters
Album: Happy Heartbreak!
Song: Take It or Break It
Video: Cry

Artist: Thomas Dybdahl
Album: Songs
Song: B a Part

Artist: Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Album: Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Song: FFunny FFrends
Video: FFunny FFrends

Artist: Hanni El Khatib
Album: Will The Guns Come Out
Song: Build. Destroy. Rebuild.
Video: Dead Wrong

11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos

11:45 The Week That Was with Radar and Irene Pink