09:05 Federated Farmers responds to the news of Fonterra's contamination scare

Bruce Wills, national president of Federated Farmers

09:10  The economic implications of the contamination scare

Cameron Bagrie, ANZ chief economist.

09:20 Update from the Minister of Trade on the Fonterra contamination scare

Trade Minister Tim Groser.

09:30 After 12 years, why are so few nurse practitioners in practice?

Rosemary Minto, chair of the College of Primary Healthcare Nurses.

09:45 Russia correspondent Carsten von Nahmen

10:05 Penny Jackson - Art Crime

Penny Jackson is the director of the Tauranga Art Gallery and a NZ art crime expert. She is also the author of Edward Bullmore: A Surrealist Odyssey, The Brown Years: Nigel Brown and the just-completed Corrugations: The Art of Jeff Thomson, with Robin Woodward.

10:35 Review with Graham Beattie         

A Tap on the Window by Linwood Barclay
Published by Orion Books (Hachette NZ), RRP $37.99       

10:45 Reading: 'The Forrests' by Emily Perkins

Read by Fiona Samuel

(Part 11 of 12)

11:00 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams

11:25 Food - Celia Hay and pies

Recipe: Smoked Fish Pies

11:45 Off The Beaten Track

Kennedy Warne explores the Milford monorail proposal.