09:05 Psychological testing of drunk youth

Paul Quigley, head of Wellington Hospital's emergency department.

09:25 Reported privacy breach of thousands of ACC claims

John Edwards, privacy lawyer; Liz Campbell, ACC registered sexual abuse counsellor.

Fairfax newspapers are reporting that private details of more than 9000 ACC claims – some featuring well-known people – have been emailed to an ACC client who should not have recieved them. It says the details include personal information on nearly 250 clients from ACC's most secure unit - the sensitive claims unit, which deals with sexual abuse and rape victims.

09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage 

The shooting by a US soldier in Afghanistan; President Barack Obama's approval ratings dip on concerns over gas prices; and the state of the Republican presidential candidate race with two votes in the deep south taking place today.

10:05 Reported privacy breach of thousands of ACC claims

Ralph Stewart, chief executive of ACC who is investigating reports that the private details of more than 9,000 ACC claims have been emailed to an ACC client who should not have recieved them.

10:15 Canadian ukulele maestro James Hill

James Hill is a Canadian ukulele maestro who has been described as the world’s top ukulele composers and possibly the most proficient player of the instrument. He plays the ukulele like you've never heard it before, from bluegrass to samba, and his version of Michael Jackson's Billy Jean. He's performing at the New Zealand Arts Festival and will join Kathryn in the studio.

10:25 Book Review with Jane Myhill

This Isn't The Sort of Thing That Happens to Someone Like You by Jon McGregor
Published by Bloomsbury

10:45 Reading: Gifted by Patrick Evans, told by Stuart Devenie

Patrick Evans' fictional tale of the relationship between writers Frank Sargeson and Janet Frame, the young woman who in the mid-1950s arrived to stay in the old army hut beside his Takapuna house and wrote her first full-length novel there.

Audio will be available here after broadcast.

11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram

Déjà vu for the NZ economy; slower growth impacts the Government's books and companies profits are also showing the strain.

11:30 The history of state sponsored exercise

Charlotte MacDonald, Professor of History at Victoria University, and author of Strong, Beautiful and Modern - National Fitness in Britain, New Zealand, Australia and Canada 1935-1960.

11:45 Film with Graeme Tuckett

Brother Number One, John Carter, and Headhunters.