09:05 Are Nelson developers shutting out the disabled?

Keith Rusholme, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board Business Development Manager; Keith Palmer, CEO Wakatu Incorporated – local developer.

09:20 Did it take too long for emergency management officials to be notifed about the Tongariro eruption earlier this month?

Lee Hazelwood is the Waikato Civil Defence Emergency Management Group controller; and Brad Scott, GNS volcanologist.

09:30 Is circumcision a breach of a child's human rights?

Petra Butler from Victoria University's Faculty of Law.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

The Pacific Forum; an update on Tonga; and the amusing story of the owl and the beauty queen.

10:05 Michael T Jones - Google's technology advocate

Michael T. Jones is Google's Chief Technology Advocate, charged with advancing the technology to organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. He helped develop Google Maps and Google Earth. Michael is visiting New Zealand for the Project Revolution digital media conference.

10:35 Book review with Jane Westaway

Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan
Published by Jonathan Cape

10:45 Reading: Meeting Dad by Jane Seaford

Read by Loren Horsley

Two young girls go to Nelson for a weekend to meet their estranged father.

11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor

Lee Ranaldo Band feat. J Mascis, Lykke Li, Dylan LeBlanc, and Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti

Artist: Lee Ranaldo Band feat. J Mascis
Title: Albatross
Composer: Peter Green
Album: Just Tell Me That You Want Me
Label: Hear Music

Artist: Lykke Li
Title: Silver Springs
Composer: Stevie Nicks
Album: Just Tell Me That You Want Me
Label: Hear Music

Artist: Dylan LeBlanc
Title: Part One: The End
Composer: Dylan LeBlanc
Album: Cast The Same Old Shadow
Label: Rough Trade

Artist: Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Title: Baby
Composer: Donnie & Joe Emerson
Album: Mature Themes
Label: Remote Control

11:30 Sport with Richard Boock

A great week for New Zealand women in sport – Lydia Ko, Val Adams, and Sophie Pascoe.

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