09:05 Should the government be prosecuting benefit fraudsters?

Jeremy Bioletti, criminal lawyer and serious fraud specialist; and Chester Borrows, Associate Social Development Minister.

09:20 Auckland council begins developing a Local Alcohol Policy

Angela Dalton, chairwoman of Manurewa Local Board.

George Wood,  Auckland City Counsellor and chair of working party formulating LAP for Auckland.

09:45 UK correspondent Kate Adie

Hilary Mantel's comments about the Duchess of Cambridge and the on-going horsemeat scandal.

10:05 Ewan Fordyce - paleontologist

How the Southern Ocean was a critical location for the evolution of whales and dolphins. Professor Ewan Fordyce - Otago University paleontologist and a research Associate with the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC, discusses his research into ancient whales, dolphins and penguins.

10:35 Book Review with Harry  Ricketts      

The Auckland University Press Anthology of New Zealand Literature edited by Jane Stafford and Mark Williams
Published by Auckland University Press

10:45 The Reading: The Open Accounts of an Honesty Box by Julie Helean (Part 11 of 12)

After the accident Jinx is not sure if Fliss's feelings towards her are reciprocated.

11:05 New technology with Donald Clark

The Pirate Bay sues for copyright infringement (from arstechnica.com)
Hackers freezing phones (from nakedsecurity.sophos.com)
Technology opportunities in New Zealand

11:20 School Songs

On Sunday 24 February The Museum of Wellington City & Sea is hosting 'Singing from the same songsheet' - an illustrated talk on the 'Music to schools' radio broadcasts in New Zealand from 1931 to 1979.

Dr Michael Brown is a musicologist and Marie Russell is an Otago University Health researcher.

11:45 TV review with Lara Strongman

The changing role of men in television sitcoms.