09:05 Privacy breach at Work and Income

Katrine Evans, Deputy Privacy Commissioner; Kay Brereton, spokesperson for the Beneficiary Advocacy Federation; and John Edwards, privacy lawyer.

09:25 Wellington airport landing fee increases - are they threatening smaller airlines?

Andrew Crawford, managing director of Soundsair; and Richard Molloy, chief executive of Golden Bay Air.

09:30 US presidential election

Stephen Mills is the director of New Zealand-based research company UMR – he's in the US observing the presidential election.

09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

10:05 Patrick Stokes - Philosopher

Patrick Stokes is an Australian Professor of Philosophy at Deakin University in Melbourne. He has recently written about how the phrase "entitled to an opinion" as being incorrectly conflated with "entitled to have your views treated as serious candidates for the truth". He says you are not entitled to your opinion – you are only entitled to what you can argue for.

10:35 Book Review with Siobhan Harvey

Selected Poems by Bill Manhire
Published by Victoria University Press

These Rough Notes by Bill Manhire, Anne Noble, Norman Meehan, and Hannah Griffin
Published by Victoria University Press

10:45 The Reading: The Dungarvie Festival by Owen Marshall

Read by Peter Hayden. A breakdown on the way to a local Body seminar in Dunedin brings five unlikely companions together to share a day in the sun and leaves them with a renewed sense of life's possibilities. (Part 1 of 2)

11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams

The latest polls and the Dotcom saga.

11:30 Guest chef, Niki Bezzant, editor of Healthy Food Guide magazine and wine commentator John Hawkesby

Pea, Mint and Haloumi Fritters with Tomato and Capsicum Sauce

Spring Chicken and Asparagus Soup

11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey

This year’s banished words…

Lake Superior State University 2012 List of Banished Words
The Smart Set, Drexel University, Banished words

Music played in this show


Blossom Dearie: 'Everything I've Got'
from her self-titled 1957 album (Verve Records)

Neko Case: 'Magpie to the Morning'
from her 2009 album 'Middle Cyclone'