09:05 Independent Police Conduct Authority's highly critical review of how Police handled the so-called Roastbusters case

Kim McGregor, Director of Auckland Rape Prevention Education.

09:20 Is over-assessment to blame for rising anxiety and stress among college students?

Anxiety and stress is on the rise among college students and over assessment by schools is being partially blamed.

An Education Review Office report has found that over assessment for NCEA can put student welfare at risk. Wellington Girls College Principal Julia Davidson and Evaluation Services manager for the Education Review Office, Stephanie Greaney, discuss.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

Reporting on the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.

10:05 Urban History of New Zealand

Urban designer Garth Falconer discusses his eight-year project examining how New Zealand's cities came to be as they are. He says too many are spartan, ugly and makeshift, designed and located with little regard to the natural world around them.

Living in Paradox – A History of Urban Design Across Kainga, Towns and Cities in New Zealand is published by Blue Acre Press. In it Garth Falconer looks at how towns and cities have struggled to reconcile the climate, landscape and geology of New Zealand. 

Gallery: A history of urban design

10:35 Book review: 'He Wants' by Alison Moore

Published by Salt Publishing, ISBN 9781907773815. Reviewed by Kiran Dass.

10:45 The Reading: 'A Needle in the Heart' by Fiona Kidman

Esme has a sewing machine needle floating around her body. Over the years we trace the ups and downs of her life, a complex weave of heart ache and a lost childhood. Just as she composes herself, the needle stirs up old memories (5 of 5, RNZ)

11:05 Music with Grant Smithies

Grant Smithies looks at the seventh album from Auckland singer/ songwriter, Sean James Donnelly, and his live-band follow-up to 2013's Taite Prize- winning solo electronic LP, Elastic Wasteland.

11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer

Brendan Telfer discusses the Cricket World Cup - 2 of the 4 Quarter Finals completed with a new favourite emerging; how will the Black Caps fare against the West Indies tomorrow in Wellington.. their first taste of knock-out cricket at this World Cup; and a truly bizarre incident in the season's finale of the Wairarapa Senior cricket competition.  

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


Music played in this show

Jeremy Taylor's music selection:

Artist: SJD
Song: Unplugged
Comp: Sean James Donnelly
Album: Saint John Divine
Label: Round Trip Mars
Artist: SJD
Song: I Wanna Be Foolish
Comp: Sean James Donnelly
Album: Saint John Divine
Label: Round Trip Mars
Artist: Mourn
Song: Your Brain Is Made Of Candy
Comp: Bueno/ Vas
Album: Self-titled
Label: Flying Nun
Artist: Alabama Shakes
Song: Gimme All Your Love
Comp: Howard/ Fogg
Album: Sound And Colour
Label: ATO/