09:05 The effect of Labour's promised $60 a week baby bonus

Canterbury University economist Eric Crampton believes Labour's baby bonus could boost the country's birth rate and put some average wage earners off re-entering the workforce.

09:15 Prison officers using on-body cameras

Neil Beales is the Department of Corrections Chief Custodial Officer. The Department of Corrections is a about to trial on-body cameras for prison officers in some maximum security units, aimed at boosting the safety of both staff and inmates.

09:30 Waikato River water consents

Waikato Regional Council's consented sites division manager, Brent Sinclair.

09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton

10:05 Brian Ritchie: Founding member of Violent Femmes and curator of MOFO

Violent Femmes bass player Brian Ritchie, has made his home in Hobart,Tasmania, where he's the curator of MOFO, a vibrant arts festival.

10:35 Book review with Quentin Johnson - best summer read

Raylan by Elmore Leonard, Published by Phoenix  

10:45 The Reading: The Night Book by Charlotte Grimshaw

A satirical take on contemporary New Zealand society and politics. About love and relationships, power and the past, it’s loaded too with spin; political, social, and literary. Read by Michael Hurst. (Part 8 of 12)

11:05 Marty Duda's artist of the week: Pete Seeger

1. The Hammer Song (If I Had A Hammer) (2:17) – The Weavers taken from 1949 single (Decca)
2. Little Boxes (1:51) – Pete Seeger taken from 1963 single (Columbia)
3. Where Have All The Flowers Gone (3:14) – Pete Seeger/Johnny Rivers mashup of 1960s recordings 
4. Guantanamera (3:50) – Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie taken from 1975 album, “Together In Concert” (Reprise)
5. Turn! Turn! Turn! (3:10) – Pete Seeger taken from 1972 album, “The World Of Pete Seeger” (Columbia)

11:30 Law commentator Ursula Cheer

David Bain's wedding and how the media coverage broke so many rules.

11:45 Arts commentator Courtney Johnston

The reinvigoration of old art by new culture and how quickly do you have to move to collect Katy Perry’s false eyelashes? Donna Tartt’s new novel The Goldfinch turned the previously little known Dutch Old Master painting into the star of a show in New York; a forthcoming American movie about the Monument Men – the group of Allied soldiers, researchers and art historians who went into Europe to rescue artworks at the end of World War II – has inspired a number of exhibitions.

Carel Fabritius, The Goldfinch, 1654
The Monuments Men - IMDB
Archives of American Art, “Monuments Men: On the Frontline to Save Europe’s Art, 1942-1946'
V&A to publish Nazi’s ‘degenerate art’ inventory online - The Art Newspaper
V&A rapid response collecting - Dezeen magazine

Music played in this show

Artist: Vampire Weekend
Song: Everlasting Arms
Composer: Batmalij/Koenig
Album: Modern Vampires in the City
Label: XL
Time: 9:45

Artist: Violent Femmes
Song: Blister in the Sun
Composer: Gano
Album: Violent Femmes
Label: Rhino
Time: 10:05

Artist: Violent Femmes
Song: Kiss Off
Composer: Gano
Album: Violent Femmes
Label: Rhino
Time: 10:35

Artist: The Byrds
Song: All I Really Want to Do
Composer: Dylan
Album: Mr Tambourine Man
Label: Columbia
Time: 10:41