09:05 The legacy of Labour politician Parekura Horomia

Ngahiwi Tomoana, chairman of Ngati Kahungunu and member of the Iwi Leaders Forum; Mike Williams, former Labour party president; and Hekia Parata, Minister of Education.

09:25 Health and safety in the workplace

Barrister Hazel Armstrong specialises in workplace health and safety. She's written a book called Your Life For The Job about the spate of accidents that led to the 2000 Tranz Rail inquiry – it draws parallels with the Pike River disaster in 2010 and asks why lessons were not learned.

A report by the Health and Safety Taskforce is being delivered to Labour minister Simon Bridges today.

09:40 Serious Fraud Office to make announcement on Hanover Finance

Simon McArley, Serious Fraud Office acting chief executive.

10:05 Feature guest - John Wood

Founder of Room to Read, an organisation bringing books to children who don’t have any. Fifteen-thousand libraries have been founded and 12 million books distributed.

10:35 Book Review with Jane Westaway

Levels of Life by Julian Barnes
Published by Jonathan Cape

10:45 Reading: The Conductor by Sarah Quigley

Read by Peter Bland

The story of the writing and historic performance of Shostakovich's 7th Symphony during the siege of Leningrad.

11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram

NZ's trade with China; Tim Groser's failure to win the WTO director-general's job; and Air NZ as the next company in the SOE sales?

11:30 Treasures from the Turnbull collection

Fiona Oliver, published collections curator at the Alexander Turnbull Library in Wellington discusses the Body in the Library: the remarkable and murky past of Wellington's first librarian.

Gallery: Mary Taylor & Dr Robert Knox

Mary Taylor s shop
Mary Taylor's shop, corner of Cuba and Dixon streets, Wellington, 1866. At this time it was owned by James Smith (ATL ref. 1/2-003732-F).

11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis

Colin Craig and the satirical blog, and how a new website – allaboutauckland.com – is being used by news organisations.

Music played in this show


Bright Eyes: 'First Day Of My Life'
from his 2005 album "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning" (Bright Eyes is the musical outlet of Nebraska-born Conor Oberst)

Joni Mitchell: 'Big Yellow Taxi'
from her 1970s album "Ladies of the Canyon"