09:05 GCSB spying

John Key says the government will look at changing the law to allow the Government Communications Security Bureau to be able to spy on New Zealanders.

Greg O'Connor, president of the New Zealand Police Association.

09:20 GCSB spying

Dr Warren Young, former deputy secretary at the Ministry of Justice, former deputy president of the Law Commission and now an independent public sector consultant; and Tim McBride, Auckland human rights lawyer, author, commentator and spokesperon for the Human Rights Foundation, an Auckland-based NGO.

09:25 What challenges are facing the Family Court?

Judge Laurence Ryan, new Principal Family Court Judge.

09:45 Australia correspondent Bernard Keane

Superannuation reforms, and Julia Gillard in China.

10:05 Anthony Moorhouse - International Emergency Rescue

Anthony Moorhouse is a former Australian Army special forces soldier and he is the founder and CEO of International emergency management firm, Dynamiq, based in Australia

10:30 Book Review with Rae McGregor

Five Days by Douglas Kennedy
Published by Hutchinson

10:45 Reading: Bitten by the Bullet by Steve Krzystyniak and Karen Goa

Read by Jacob Rajan.

Bitten by the Bullet is the story of how Steve Krzystyniak and his partner Lily came to set up and operate an innovative motorcycle tour company that takes small parties through the north-western Indian state of Rajasthan.

11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Stephen Stills

Stephen Stills is an American multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter best known for his work with Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills & Nash

1. Bluebird (4:29) - Buffalo Springfield taken from 1967 album "Buffalo Springfield Again" (Atco)
2. Change Partners (3:17) - Stephen Stills taken from 1971 album "Stephen Stills 2" (Atlantic)
3. It Doesn't Matter (2:31) - Manassas taken from 1972 album "Manassas" (Atlantic)
4. Treetop Flyer (4:54) -Stephen Stills taken from 1991 album "Stills Alone" (Gold Hill)

11:30 Legal commentator Ryan Malone

Why he thinks the Prime Minister has been unfairly treated in the GCSB appointment saga given what the law actually says about the appointment process.

11:45 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles

What the studies of mummified remains is telling us about heart disease: is it as linked to the modern lifestyle as we've been lead to believe?

Nature: Mummies reveal that clogged arteries plagued the ancient world