09:05 The call for Auckland's port to be moved north

Mike Daniel, Former chairman of Northland Port Corporation; Greg McKeown, Heart of the City consultant and a former Chairman of the Auckland City Council's Transport Committee; and Don Braid, managing director of logistics firm Mainfreight.

Mike Daniel s proposed space for Auckland port to be relocated to Northland
Mike Daniel's proposed space for Auckland port to be relocated to Northland. (Click on the image to see a larger version.)

09:25 Organ harvesting in China

David Kilgour,  former Canadian MP who has investigated the practice; and Dr Ian Dittmer, transplant nephrologist and renal clinical director at Auckland hospital. He is also a signatory of the Declaration of Istanbul which seeks to end the taking of kidneys and other organs for transplant from executed prisoners and the black market in organs.

Bloody Harvest: report into allegations of organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China

09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton

10:05 Ports of Auckland to contract out work on its wharves

Richard Pearson, chairman of Ports of Auckland on the announcement that the strike-hit port will push ahead with its plan to contract out work on its wharves, in a move that will affect almost 300 workers.

10:20 Kay Schubach - Australian who was trapped in a relationship with a dangerous partner

Author of Perfect Stranger - the true story of how she fell for the epitome of the bad boy and paid the ultimate price.

10:45 Book Reading: Still Alive by Panni Thomas & Pauline Cartwright

Panni Thomas, now living in Central Otago's Alexandra, survived the Khmer Rouge rule in Cambodia. This is her story.

Audio will be available here after broadcast.

11:05 The Council of Trade Unions responds to Ports of Auckland's decision to contract out work on its wharves

Helen Kelly, president of the CTU.

11:10 Book Review with Graham Beattie

The Rules of Inheritance by Claire Bidwell Smith
Published by Text Publishing

11:20 Music with Marty Duda

Artist of the Week - The Dirty Three

The Dirty Three have a new album, Toward The Low Sun, just out this week, and will perform in Auckland at The Powerstation next Wednesday 14 March. Originally from Melbourne, they are comprised of violin player Warren Ellis, guitarist Mick Turner and drummer Jim White. Marty recently interviewed Warren Ellis. For more info, check out his website www.13thfloor.co.nz


1. Hope (4:53) - The Dirty Three taken from 1996 album, Horse Stories (Touch And Go)
2. Sea Above, Sky Below (6:04) - The Dirty Three from 1998 album, Ocean Songs (Shock)
3. Great Waves (3:28) - The Dirty Three taken from 2005 album, Cinder (Anchor & Hope)
4. Sometimes I Forget You've Gone (3:46) - The Dirty Three taken from 2012 album, Toward The Low Sun (Drag City)

11:35 Legal commentator Grant Illingworth

The Law Reform Commission's proposals to replace jury trials with a single judge and two trained assessors.

11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston

A look at sculpture, which seems to be having an international moment.