09:05 Claims that a public survey backing more extensive alcohol reforms was buried

Professor Doug Sellman, Professor of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, Christchurch Medical School. Spokesman for Alcohol Action NZ; and Peter Dunne, Associate Minister of Health.

09:20 Law Commission review of new media regulation

Professor John Burrows, Law Commissioner, and the co-author of the just released Law Commission review of new media regulation.

09:45 Middle East correspondent Irris Makler

Egypt's parliamentary elections, Syria's president rebuffs UN claims of bloody repression and a former Israel president starts a prison term for rape.

10:05 Big Year Interview - Mark Quigley

Canadian-born Mark Quigley is a senior lecturer in Active Tectonics and Geomorphology at the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Canterbury. He's become an unwitting star as the go-to scientific voice throughout the Canterbury earthquakes, using plain language to help people understand what's behind the earthquake sequence. He's also had his own personal quake story - his Avonside home was badly damaged and is in the red zone.

10:35 Book Review with Lance Wiggs

Tweeting the Universe by Marcus Chown and Govert Schilling
Published by Faber

10:45 Reading. The Crime of Huey Dunstan by James McNeish (Part 6 of 10)

Ches talks with Huey who is in hospital and learns what happened to him as a child. Lawrence decides to appeal.

Audio will be available here after broadcast.

11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams

The final election results, deals with minor parties and the Labour leadership roadshow.

11:30 Guest chef Niki Bezzant and wine commentator John Hawkesby

Gazpacho salmon salad with roasted tomato dressing.

Duck, mandarin and radish salad.

11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey

The "maker" movement that could change how science is taught and boost innovation.

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