09:05 Latest on the tensions in Ukraine

Lucien Kim, Correspondent specialising in the Eastern Europe and Russia who has been reporting from Crimea for the past 10 days.

09:20 Reforms proposed for the teaching profession in a new report

John Morris is the former Auckland Grammar headmaster who is one of the authors of a New Zealand Initiative report Teaching Stars: Transforming the teaching profession. The report says teachers' pay scale should be rejigged and extended, and they should apply for progression rather than receive it automatically as they do now. Their performance could be assessed not just on NCEA pass rates, but should include broader measures such as on-the-job learning, mentoring of junior teachers, and contributions within the school environment.

09:45 Australia correspondent Bernard Keane

10:05 Feature: Graham Long - Pastor and CEO of the Wayside Chapel in Sydney's King's Cross

Reverend Graham Long is the pastor and CEO of The Wayside Chapel in Sydney's Kings Cross, a Christian ministry and drop-in centre specialising in homelessness, drug addiction and mental illness. His latest book, Love Over Hate: Finding life by the Wayside, is a memoir of his life and work with some of society's most troubled souls and of the characters he's met along the way.

Love Over Hate: Finding Life by the Wayside by Graham Long, published by Slattery Media Group

10:35 Book review with Harry Broad

Road's the Mode: The Story of New Zealand's Road Transport Industry by Jenny Haworth. Published by Wily Publications

10:45 The Reading: Love Story by Robin McFarland

One of a series of a short stories by Robin McFarland, all set in Salt, a fictitious town on the West Coast of the South Island.

11:05 Marty Duda's artist of the week - Joan As Police Woman

Combining two of the biggest influences on her music: classic soul and rougher experimental sounds Joan As Police Woman has been described as "punk rock R&B" and "American soul music".

1. Anyone – Joan As Police Woman from 2007 album, 'Real Life' (PIAS)
2. Hard White Wall – Joan As Police Woman from 2008 album, 'To Survive' (Sidecho)
3. The Magic – Joan As Police Woman from 2011 album, 'The Deep Field' (Play It Again Sam)
4. Holy City – Joan As Police Woman from 2014 album, 'The Classic' (Play It Again Sam)

11:30 Media law commentator Ursula Cheer

11:45 Science commentator Siouxsie Wiles

Photos and scan of the mummy
Field site and 3D scans of the whales


Music played in this show

Title: From St Kilda To Kings Cross
Artist: Paul Kelly
Composer: Kelly
Album: Post
Label: Mushroom

Title: Anyone     
Artist: Joan As Police Woman
Composer: Wasser
Album: Real Life
Label: Reveal

Title: Hard White Wall
Artist: Joan As Police Woman
Composer: Wasser
Album: To Survive
Label: PIAS

Title: The Magic
Artist: Joan As Police Woman
Composer: Wasser
Album: The Deep Field
Label: Play It Again Sam

Title: Holy City
Artist: Joan As Police Woman
Composer: Wasser
Album: The Classic
Label: Play It Again Sam