09:05 Fonterra shareholders to vote on the Trading Among Farmers proposal

Leonie Guiney, dairy farmer in Fairlie. She voted in favour of TAF in 2010 but has now changed her mind about the scheme. Fonterra shareholders will put the issue to its second vote on Monday; and Mark Irving, BDO rural accountant.

09:25 The clash of generations

Laurence Kotlikoff,  Boston University professor and author of The Clash of Generations. He is in New Zealand as the 2012 Professorial Fellow in Monetary and Financial Economics at The Reserve Bank and Victoria University.

09:40 Dozens of asylum seekers feared dead after boat capsizes north of Australia

Peter Alford, Australian correspondent in Jakarta.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

10:05 Author and screenwriter, Maria Semple

Maria Semple sold her first movie script to 20th Century Fox when she graduated. While the film never got made, she immediately started making a living a scriptwriter. She's worked on TV shows such as Beverley Hills 90210, Ellen, Mad About You and Arrested Development, and published her first novel in 2008. Her second novel: Where'd You Go, Bernadettehas just been released.

10:35 Book review with Phil Vine

Lionel Asbo by Martin Amis
Published by Jonathan Cape

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

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

11:05 Music with Jeremy Taylor

Patti Smith, Father John Misty, and Gaz Coombes.

Artist: Patti Smith
Composer: Patti Smith, Tony Shanahan
Album: Banga
Label: Columbia

Title:April Fool
Composer: Patti Smith, Tony Shanahan
Album: Banga
Label: Columbia

Artist: Father John Misty
Title: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings
Composer: J. Tillman
Album: Fear Fun
Label: Sub Pop

Artist: Gaz Coombes
Title: Hot Fruit
Composer: Gaz Coombes
Album: Here Come The Bombs
Label: Hot Fruit/Inertia

11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos

Wimbledon, rugby drop goals, and Irene Van Dyke's significant birthday.

11:45 The Week That Was with James Elliot and Pinky Agnew

Music played in this show


Beirut: Vagabond
from the 2011 album The Rip Tide

Grant-Lee Phillips: 'Good Morning Happiness'
from the 2009 album 'Little Moon'

Billie Holiday: 'Miss Brown to You'