09:05 Why is the Ministry of Education no longer funding the successful Te Kotahitanga programme?

The Ministry of Education has stopped funding for a programme at the heart of dramatic increases in achievement which have won Northland's Keri Keri high school a 2014 Prime Minister's award.  
Te Kotahitanga is a research and professional development programme for teachers which has  improved the achievement of Maori students in schools where it is used.

Elizabeth Forgie -the Principal of Keri Keri High School

Daniel Murfitt - The Principal of William Colenso College and Hawkes Bay

Rowena Phair - the Ministry of Education's Deputy Secretary for Student Achievement

09:30 Felicity Drumm - former wife of murderer Malcolm Webster

Malcolm Wesbter is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of his first wife, Claire Morris, who he drugged and killed her in a staged car crash in Scotland in 1994, and the attempted murder of his second wife, Auckland nurse, Felicity Drumm.

His actions have been adapted to the small screen, and part one of "The Widower" was broadcast on TV One  last night.

09:45 Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

10:05 Kaitlin Thaney - director of the Mozilla science lab

Kaitlin Thaney has recently been in New Zealand recently, speaking to the Royal society, eResearch New Zealand and a Geek Girls Dinner event in Wellington.  Mozilla is  the company that created Firefox, the web browser to rival Internet Explorer, and the science lab is its first ever science programme.

10:35 Book review: A Song for Issy Bradley by Carys Bray   

Reviewed by Jane Westaway, published by Hutchinson, RRP$34.99

10:45 The Reading: The ACB with Honora Lee by Kate De Goldi

Based on her own family's experiences of dementia, Kate de Goldi has created a warm quirky tale about the particular special alliance between the young and the very old (1 of 5, RNZ)

11:05 Political commentators Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams

Discuss Labour's Congress and plans for smaller class sizes, Moas and MFAT.

11:30 Food – Olive Oil producer Jared Gulian

American city dweller Jared Gulian found himself living in rural Wairarapa, where he started making olive oil. He shares his recipe for gluten-free focaccia, made with his own Moon Over Martinborough olive oil.

11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey

Discusses housing affordability.

NZ Green Building Council
Greenstar rating for office buildings
Homestar rating
Sustainable Housing Summit
Studio 19 Social Housing

Music played in this show

Artist: Eilen Jewell
Song: Warning Signs
Composer: Jewell
Album: Queen of the Minor Key
Label: Signature
Time: 10:30

Artist: Ray Lamontagne
Song: Airwaves
Composer: Lamontagne
Album: Supernova
Label: RCA
Time: 10:40

Artist: Paolo Nutini
Song: Let Me Down Easy
Composer: Nutini/Holloway/McDougal/Armstrong
Album: Caustic Love
Label: Atlantic
Time: 11:30