09:05 Are league tables on the way for primary and intermediate schools

Associate Professor Alison Gilmore, from the College of Education at Otago University, and a member of the New Zealand Assessment Academy, which is a group of leading education researchers from New Zealand universities.

09:25 Should logburners be allowed back in quake-hit Christchurch homes?

Glenn Henderson, Christchurch resident who had a brand new woodburner installed before quakes. His son has cystic fibrosis and his wife has a damaged lung; Wendy Gilchrist, CDHB board member who's written to ECan asking for rules on logburners to be relaxed; and David Bedford, Environment Canterbury Commissioner for Air.

09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt

President Barack Obama's big move on immigration.

10:05 Hamish Spencer - new director of the Allan Wilson Centre

Evolutionary biologist Hamish Spencer talks about how mathematical modelling can tell us about the genetic changes that occur in human, animal and plant populations.

10:25 Book Review with Anton Oliver

Dave Gallaher: The Original All Black Captain by Matt Elliott
Published by HarperCollins

10:45 Reading: The Collector's Dream by Pierre Furlan (Part 7 of 10)

A quirky picaresque tale, tells of real life NZ inventor Franklin Bodmin and his collector son Will.

11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram

The Rio+20 Summit on global development in Brazil.

11:20 Professor Russell Stone: Sir John Logan Campbell - the "Father of Auckland"

Professor Russell Stone is a pre-eminent historian and an authority on Sir John Logan Campbell, who was a key figure in Auckland's early history.

This month marks the centenary of the death of esteemed philanthropist Sir John Logan Campbell, known as the "Father of Auckland". Professor Stone has republished his long out-of-print memoir, Poenamo: Romance and Reality of Antipodean Life in the Infancy of a New Colony, orginally published in 1881.

Poenamo is a classic New Zealand adventure story, chronicling the birth of a virgin colony and what Campbell encountered on his arrival: bush, beauty, and taonga Maori.

11:45 Film reviewer Graeme Tuckett

Rock of Ages, Letters to Father Jacob and Coriolanus.