09:05 Warnings over dairy foreclosures

Fonterra has lowered its forecast milk payout for the current season prompting warnings of farm foreclosures. Agricultural consultant Alison Dewes estimates that about 50 percent of dairy farmers will be in trouble, and she warns that some will go bust, and will be bought up by foreign buyers unless the law is changed.

09:20 What are the prospects for Australian ISIS children?

There are reports the wife and children of IS fighter Khalid Sharrouf, including the son who was photographed holding a severed head, are among a group of Australians seeking to return to home.

Terrorism and radicalisation expert with the Australian National University Dr Clarke Jones.

09:30 Former FIFA exec on looming election

Jérôme Champagne is a former French diplomat and former Fifa executive who was among the men looking to oust Sepp Blatter from the FIFA presidency.

09:45 Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini

News from the Asian region with our correspondent Financial Times Beijing Bureau chief, Jamil Anderlini.

10:05 Waves of Freedom - Surfing in Iran

Big wave surfer Easkey Britton became the first Irish person to surf what is known as the heaviest and deadliest wave in the world, Teahupo'o off South West Tahiti. She was just 16. She's founded the organisation Waves of Freedom which promotes surfing as a tool for change. It has taken her to remote parts of the globe where she has taught marginalised women to surf, including in Iran's south eastern province of Baluchistan.

Short film by Marion Poizeau of Easkey Britton becoming the first woman to surf in Iran in 2010.

10:35 Book review: 'On the Move' by Oliver Sacks

Published by Picador, RRP $40.00. Reviewed by Tilly Lloyd.

10:45 The Reading: 'Before I Forget', by Jacqueline Fahey

The second volume of memoirs by well-known painter, feminist and writer Jacqueline Fahey. (5 of 5, RNZ)

11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor

Jeremy Taylor clocks the return of Faith No More, the zen, spiritual meditations of Bill Fay, and Calexico getting back to their roots.

11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer

11:45 The week that was with comedians Te Radar and Pinky Agnew

Music played in this show

Jeremy Taylor's music selection:

Artist: Faith No More
Song: Sunny Side Up, Track 3
Comp: Gould, Pattin
Album: Sol Invictus
Label: Reclamation!

Song: Black Friday, Track 6
Comp: Bordin, Gould, Pattin
Album: Sol Invictus
Label: Reclamation!

Artist: Bill Fay
Song: The Freedom To Read, Track 8
Comp: Bill Fay
Album: Who Is The Sender?
Label: Dead Oceans

Song: I Hear You Calling, Track 13
Comp: Bill Fay
Album: Who Is The Sender?
Label: Dead Oceans

Artist: Calexico
Song: Cumbia de Donde, Track 5
Comp: Joey Burns/ Sergio Mendoza
Album: Edge Of The Sun
Label: Anti