09:05 Labour's leadership candidates go head to head

Labour MPs David Cunliffe, Shane Jones and Grant Robertson

Leadership Elections 2013

Twitter: Up now #Labourleadership candidates @DavidCunliffeMP, @grantrobertson1 and @matuashane go head to head. #nzpol

09:45 Australia with Karen Middleton

10:05 Geoffrey Batchen – the history of photography

Professor Geoffrey Batchen is an internationally renowned photographic historian, teacher, writer and curator.

10:35 Book Review with Quentin Johnson

Hanns and Rudolf by Thomas Harding
Published by Random House

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

The stories of people in small-town New Zealand: today Ohinemutu. (Part 3 of 10)

11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week - Earth, Wind & Fire

Earth, Wind & Fire was formed by drummer/songwriter Maurice White in 1969, as a funk band in the style of Sly & The Family Stone, Parliament/Funkadelic and James Brown’s JBs. After several personnel changes, the band became one of the slickest, most commercially successful acts of the 1970s, combining funk, soul and disco on hits like 'Shining Star', 'September' and 'Can’t Hide Love'. The band’s popularity declined during the 1980s, but a newly reconstituted line-up featuring singer Philip Bailey is back with a new album, Now, Then & Forever

1. Help Somebody – Earth, Wind & Fire, taken from 1970 album “Earth, Wind & Fire” (Warner Bros.)
2. Shining Star – Earth, Wind & Fire, taken from 1975 album “That’s The Way Of The World” (Columbia)
3. Let’s Groove – Earth, Wind & Fire, taken from 1981 album “Raise!” (Columbia)
4. Sign On – Earth, Wind & Fire, taken from 2013 album “Now, Then And Forever” (Columbia)

11:30 Legal commentator Ryan Malone

11:45 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles