09:05 Woman who helped uncover her brother's murder gets compensated

Lee-Anne Cartier helped uncover her brother's murder by the so-called "Black Widow" Helen Milner. Milner was convicted of murdering Philip Nisbet, by feeding him a fatal dose of antihistamine and sedative drugs crushed up in his food. Her appeal against her convictions was rejected last week. An initial police investigation into Phillip Nisbit's death concluded that he had committed suicide. His sister, Lee-Anne Cartier, refused to believe that, and began her own investigation, which was backed up by a coroner who found no evidence that Phillip had intended to kill himself.

09:20 Health Ministry responds to study on cancer death rates

Dr Andrew Simpson is the Ministry of Health's National Clinical Director for Cancer.

09:35 What's behind big jump in population?

Ian Pool, Emiritus Professor, National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, Waikato University.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

10:05 Positive ageing and getting the most out of your life

Dr Timothy Sharp is an Australian clinical psychologist and the founder of The Happiness Institute, which aims to enhance happiness in people, their families and also in organisations. He is also an author of a few books, his latest being, Live Happier, Live Longer. It's a guide to positive ageing and getting the most out of your life. Dr. Sharp has three degrees in psychology (including a Ph.D.) and set up one of Sydney's largest clinical psychology practices. He has taught at several New South Wales universities. He is also a bestselling author of The Happiness Handbook, 100 Ways to Happiness: a guide for busy people and most recently, 100 Ways to Happy Children: a guide for busy parents.

Book: Live Happier, Live Longer by Dr Timothy Sharp, published by Allen & Unwin RRP$29.99.

10:30 Unity Books' Review: Nobody is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey

Reviewed by Kiran Dass, published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux, RRP$26.00

10:45 The Reading: The Below Country by Nicholas Edlin

Mae discovers the truth about what her father did in South Korea in the 1950s. (Part 7 of 12)

11:05 Jeremy Taylor with new music

Jeremy Taylor reviews Jim Ford, Thomas Jefferson Kaye and Jenny Lewis

11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer

11:45 The week that was with Radar and Elisabeth Easther

Music played in this show

Artist: Farell Williams
Song: Happy
Composer: Williams
Album: Girl
Label: Columbia
Time: 10:06

Artist: Kenny Rogers and First Edition
Song:  Tulsa Turnaround
Composer: Collins/Harvey
Album: Country Funk 2
Label: Light in the Attick
Time: 11:15

Extra - track 2
Artist: Jenny Lewis
Song: She's Not Me
Composer: Lewis
Album: The Voyager
Label: Warner Bros
Time: 11:25

Artist: Toy Love
Song:  Rebel
Composer: Bathgate/Dooley/Kean/Knox/Walker
Album: Kiwi Gold Disc
Label: Kiwi Gold Vol 2
Time: 11:45