09:05 Fonterra's handling of the botulism crisis

Auckland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Michael Barnett, who is also the chairperson of the NZ Infant Formula Exporters Association; Food microbiologist John Brooks from AUT; and Karen Stephens, Crisis management consultant.

09:25 Does the concept of a 'green economy' stand up under scrutiny?

Professor Daniel Fiorino is the Director of the Center for Environmental Policy at the American University in Washington DC.

09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt

10:05 Dennis Altman - Australian gay rights activist

Gay rights activist, professor and author of the new book The End of the Homosexual? which looks at the changing queer world over the past 40 years and links it to larger social, political and cultural trends.

The End of the Homosexual? by Dennis Altman
Published by University of Queensland Press

10:35 Book Review with Carole Beu

The Fall of Light by Sarah Laing
Published by Random House

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

Read by Fiona Samuel

(Part 12 of 12)

11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram

The Fonterra scandal and the impact on NZ's trade relationships.

11:30 Archaeology correspondent Brigid Gallagher

Whether to preserve or not to preserve, the archaeological detective story.

11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis

The media coverage of the Fonterra contamination scare.

Music played in this show


Beck: 'Burro'
from his 2004 album Odelay


Roxy Music: 'Love is the Drug'
from their 1975 album Siren


Mavis Staples: 'Can You Get To That'
from her 2013 album One True Vine