09:05 As more hospitals move to computer-based systems concerns have been raised about how easy it is to access private medical information including a persons mental and sexual health history

John Edwards, Wellington privacy lawyer who has been looking into medical privacy issues; John Burrows, Law Commissioner.

09:30 The future of Zac Guildford after alleged Rarotonga drunken rampage

Todd Blackadder is the coach of the Canterbury Crusaders and a former All Black captain. He spoke to Guildford yesterday after the 22-year-old reportedly entered a Rarotonga bar over the weekend, naked and bleeding, and allegedly punched two men.

09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

10:05 Election debate: Welfare

Paula Bennett, Annette King, Metiria Turei outline the National, Labour and Green party policies on welfare. Tariana Turia from the Maori Party was unable to take part.

10:35 Book Review with Ian Chapman

World Music is Where We Found It, edited by Wendy Pond & Paul Wolffram
Published by Victoria University Press

10:45 Book Reading: In the Land  of the Dancing Kings by Paul Horan (Part 1 of 5)

An acutely observed, intelligent and humorous account of his trip to Sri Lanka to trace his tangential connection to the Sri Lankan Burghers.

Audio will be available here after broadcast.

11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams

11:30 Guest Chef Frank Camorra

Frank Camorra is a chef from  Melbourne restaurant - MoVida. He lived in Spain until he was five, when his family moved to Australia. He replicates the tastes and flavours of his homeland in MoVida.

Tapas -

Movida Cocina (Spanish Flavours from Five Kitchens) by Frank Camorra and Richard Cornish
Published by Murdoch Books

11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey casts his urbanist eye over Wynyard Quarter in Auckland

Waterfront Auckland
Wynyard Quarter
North Wharf