09:05 The Novopay debacle - some school staff are still not being paid after the latest pay round overnight

Jacque Ruston, school secretary at Purakaunui school in Dunedin who hasn't been paid for over three months.

09:15 A Law Commission proposal to unlock family trusts when couples separate

Nicola Peart, Otago University law professor who was a member of the Law Commission's Trusts Review Reference Group; and Deborah Hollings QC, lawyer and relationship property expert.

09:35 New Zealand's high workplace accident rate

New Zealand's workplace accident rate is six times worse than the UK. Rob Jager is the chair of the Independant Taskforce for Workplace Health and Safety, which is reviewing our health and safety regulations.

09:45 Australia correspondent Ray Moynihan

10:05 Christchurch historian Geoffrey Rice

Geoffrey Rice is Adjunct Professor of History at Canterbury University. He's just written a book which sheds light on Christchurch's history from a not-so-rosy perspective: its crimes. It focuses on the fascinating period when Christchurch was being colonised, drawing on court reports and police records.

Christchurch Crimes Vol 1: Scandal and skulduggery on port and town by Geoffrey Rice
Published by Canterbury University Press
ISBN: 9781927145395

10:35 Book Review with Emma Hart

The Island House by Posie Graeme-Evans
Published by Simon & Schuster

10:45 The Reading: Wulf by Hamish Clayton

The award-winning story of Te Rauparaha's surprise raid in 1831 when he chartered an English trader's ship to take his war party from Kapiti to Banks Peninsula for an attack on his Kai Tahu enemy. (Part 8 of 10)

11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week

Dionne Warwick, who's first single, 'Don't Make Me Over', was released 50 years ago this month. She has a new album just out called Now, featuring new recordings of her old hits.

1. Don't Make Me Over 2:46 - Dionne Warwick taken from 1962 single (Scepter)
2. The Windows Of The World 3:17 - Dionne Warwick taken from 1967 album "The Windows Of The World" (Scepter)
3. Then Came You 4:15 - Dionne Warwick & The Spinners taken from 1974 album "Then Came You" (Atlantic)
4. Heartbreaker 4:16 - Dionne Warwick taken from 1982 album "Heartbreaker" (Arista)

11:30 Law commentator Ryan Malone

The work of the late lawyer Greg King – some of his cases, the role of the defence lawyer, and his proposed criminal justice policy reforms.

11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston

Graduate art and design exhibitions around the country, the clean-up for dealer galleries after Hurricane Sandy, and "art genes".


AUT graduate exhibition (now closed)
Elam Graduate show - 26-27 November
Canterbury University School of Fine Arts open day - 14 November
Massey University Blow Creative Arts Festival - 10-24 November
Whitecliffe Graduation Show 23-24 November
Victoria University Architecture & Design graduate exhibition - 14-23 November

The Artsy website
Artsy website discussed in the Smithsonian Magazine 
Artsy website discussed in the New York Times
Artsy website discussed in The New Republic

NYT article about damage to Chelsea art galleries
Jerry Saltz tours damaged galleries National Library advice on salvaging precious items after flooding/water damage
MOMA advice on salvaging precious items after flooding/water damage