09:05 Is the discovery of the Queensland fruit fly linked to biosecurity cutbacks?

Andrew Coleman,  Ministry for Primary Industries' deputy director general - Compliance and Response; and Alan Pollard, chief executive of Pipfruit New Zealand.

09:25 Should business do more for children's wellbeing?

Alan Freeth, chief executive of TelstraClear who is speaking at a discussion series on the importance of child wellbeing to the economy this week, which is being run by the group Every Child Counts, with Business New Zealand.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

The arrest of a senior Vanuatu official and the angry Vanuatu response to Australia; the big drug raid that went wrong in Samoa this week; and Labour's Mangere MP Su'a William Sio in some strife.

10:05 Round-the-world sailors Jim and Heather Wilson

Jim and Heather are about to leave New Zealand with their two young sons to sail back to their home on the east coast of the USA – completing their circumnavigation of the globe. Wellington has been their home for the past 18 months,  a far cry from their previous life as Washington insiders.

SV Ceol Mor: the family's records of their journey.

10:35 Book review with Ralph McAllister

Life! Death! Prizes! by Stephen May
Published by Bloomsbury

10:45 Reading: The Larnachs by Owen Marshall (Part 10 of 12)

Though feeling desperately guilty about the affair with Dougie, Conny can't bring herself to bring an end to it. While Dougie is becoming ever more determined to bring things to a head.

11:05 New music with Jeremy Taylor

Damon Albarn, Bobby Charles and The Smiths remastered

Artist: Damon Albarn
Title: Apple Carts
Composer: Damon Albarn
Album: Dr Dee
Label: Parlophone

Artist: Damon Albarn
Title: Cathedrals
Composer: Damon Albarn
Album: Dr Dee
Label: Parlophone

Artist: Bobby Charles
Title: I Must Be In A Good Place Now
Composer: Bobby Charles
Album: Bobby Charles
Label: Rhino/WEA/Bearsville

Artist: The Smiths
Title: Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
Composer: Morrissey/Marr
Album: Strangeways Here We Come
Label: Rough Trade/Warners

11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos

Irene van Dyk turning 40; coaching issues; tennis player Milos Raonic; and could a pre-WWI tug of war team have been the first All Blacks?

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