09:05 Team NZ take 3-0 lead in America's Cup

Todd Niall, RNZ correspondent in San Francisco.

09:25 Challenges facing Australian prime minister elect Tony Abbott

Grahame Morris was chief of staff to former Prime Minister John Howard and parliamentary advisor to Liberal leaders Andrew Peacock and Alexander Downer; and Lachlan Harris, former Labor party advisor who was Kevin Rudd's senior press secretary when he was prime minister the first time.

09:40 Team NZ suffers its first loss in the America's Cup

Todd Niall, RNZ correspondent in San Francisco.

09:45 Africa correspondent Nkepile Mabuse

10:05 Colin Gavaghan - emerging technologies

Inaugural director of the Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies, based at Otago University. It is the only NZ-based centre that's devoted to examining the legal, ethical and policy issues around new technologies.

10:35 Book Review with Graham Beattie

The Food of Love Cookery School by Nicky Pellegrino
Published by Orion, RRP$37.99

10:45 Reading: Civilisation, written and read by Steve Braunias

The stories of people in small-town New Zealand – their lives, loves, aspirations, and sometimes dark secrets. (Part 1 of 10)

11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams

11:30 Food – artisan butter with Peter Cullinane

Peter Cullinane is the co-founder of Lewis Road Creamery. Lewis Road Creamery was founded in 2010 based on the premise that great tasting butter shouldn't have to be imported from Europe when we have a world-leading dairy industry, the greenest pastures and best cows on our doorstep.

Bearnaise Sauce
Cafe de Point butter
Coachman Whitebait

11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey

The future of public transport could be private (or how apps could change carpooling).

Uber, Maker of Summon-A-Car App, Adds Fare Splitting - The New York Times
With a Start-Up Company, a Ride Is Just a Tap of an App Away - The New York Times
Where Car Is King, Smartphones May Cut Traffic- The New York Times
California agency set to hammer down regulations for ride services such as Uber, Lyft, Sidecar - SF Examiner
Carpooling in New Zealand