09:05 Customs warns about 3D Printers and the need to change the way our borders are policed

Minister of Customs, Maurice Williamson; and Tim Miller, senior lecturer in industrial design, Victoria University.

09:30 Jon Skinner - Tackling unexplained and unexpected deaths in the under-35s. 

Jon Skinner is a paediatric cardiologist and electrophysiologist and an Hononary Associate Professor in Child Health, Green Lane Paediatric and Congenital Cardiac Services, Starship Childrens Hospital. He discusses how new research into unexplained and unexpected deaths means a better prognosis for surviving family members who, unbeknownst to them, may also be in danger.

Cardiac Inherited Diseases Group

09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris

10:05 Feature: Laurie May - Alice Springs slam poet

Anglo-Indigenous Australian Laurie May is a resistance poet from Alice Springs who challenges societal norms and perspectives on poverty through her spoken-word poetry. She is known for her clever, often humorous, wordplay and identity-politics themes. Laurie is in New Zealand to perform in Hamilton and Wellington. 

Laurie May's Facebook page
Hamilton Slamdown Poetry - Facebook page
Poetry in Motion Wellington - Facebook page
Watch Laurie's poem Facts about Aboriginal deaths in custody - YouTube

10:35 Book review with Gail Pittaway

The Farm by Tom Robb Smith. Published by Simon & Schuster

10:45 The Reading: The Lost Pilot by Jeffrey Holman

A journey of discovery and reconciliation, when Jeffrey Holman seeks out the families of six kamikaze who died attacking his father’s ship in 1945. (Part 9 of 10)

11:05 New technology with Sarah Putt

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and the Selfie addiction

11:30 Vicki Culling and Alison McEwen: Parenting - Help for parents facing an unexpected diagnosis in pregnancy

Vicky Culling is author of Holding On and Letting Go: Facing an Unexpected Diagnosis in Pregnancy and Alison McEwen is a genetic counsellor.

11:45 Media commentator Nick Grant

"Men behaving badly dramas": including: House of Cards, House of Lies, The Blacklist, Hannibal and Rake; the coming of Spark TV; and the launch of an online channel for New Zealand website series.

Music played in this show

Title: I Got A Man
Artist: Annie Williams
Composer: Charles/Richard
Label: Jazzman

Title: Summertime
Artist: Whirimako Black
Composer: Gershwin
Album: Soul Sessions     
Label: Mai Music

Title: The Beat Goes On
Artist: Sonny and Cher
Composer: Bono
Album: In Case You're In Love
Label: WEA

Title: Stop Messin' Around
Artist: Tyra Hammond
Composer: Hammond
Label: NZ On Air