09:05 London machete attack puts home-grown radicalisation into the spotlight

Dr Brooke Rogers is a senior lecturer in Risk and Terror in the Department of War Studies at Kings College, London.

09:25 The multi-billion word Cambridge English Corpus database

Claire Dembry, Corpus Manager.

Cambridge English Corpus

09:45 Pacific News with Michael Field

10:05 Detective Inspector Tusha Penny

Detective Inspector Tusha Penny is Police National Manager of Child Protection and Sexual Violence. She was instrumental in exposing the problems inside the force and now heads a dedicated facility where staff can focus purely on cases of child abuse and adult sexual offending.

10:35 Book Review with Paul Diamond

Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris
Published by Hachette NZ

10:45 Reading: 'Whale Pot Bay' by Des Hunt read by Rob Mokaraka

(Part 5 of 10)

11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor

Daft Punk, Primal Scream, and They Might Be Giants

Artist: Daft Punk
Song: Up All Night
Album: Random Access Memories
Label: Columbia

Artist: Daft Punk
Song: Doin' It Right
Album: Random Access Memories
Label: Sony

Artist: Primal Scream
Song: It's Alright, It's Okay
Album: More Light
Label: First International/ Inertia

Artist: They Might Be Giants
Song: You're On Fire
Album: Nanobots
Label: Idlewild Recordings

Artist: They Might Be Giants
Song: Nanobots
Album: Nanobots
Label: Idlewild Recordings

11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos

The second cricket test; Graham Henry to face SNZAR judiciary over his comments on referee; the French Open tennis; netball; and the Woods/Garcia battle in golf.

11:45 The Week that Was with James Elliott and Michele A'Court

Music played in this show


Mia Doi Todd: 'Paraty'
from her 2011 album Cosmic Ocean Ship

Ben Harper: 'In The Colors'
from his 2012 acoustic album By My Side (orginally written for his 2007 album "Lifeline")