09:05 News and current affairs

09:20 Tackling Suicide and Domestic Violence in NZ

New Zealand has one of the highest suicide rates in the world. Every year approximately 500 people in this country take their own lives, with many more attempting suicide or experiencing levels of stress that places them at high risk. Young people, men and Maori are in the highest risk categories. 2014 president of the American Psychological Association Dr Nadine Kaslow is in New Zealand to talk about suicide and domestic violence prevention.

Help Agencies:

  • Lifeline - 0800 543 354
  • Depression Helpline - 0800 111 757
  • Suicide Crisis Helpline - 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO) (for people in distress, and people who are worried about someone else)
  • Healthline - 0800 611 116
  • Samaritans - 0800 726 666 (for callers from the Lower North Island, Christchurch and West Coast) or 04 473 9739 (for callers from all other regions)
  • Youthline - 0800 376 633, free text 234 or email talk@youthline.co.nz
  • Farmstrong promotes farmer wellbeing in New Zealand
  • Skylight.org.NZ offers support for those bereaved by suicide

09:45 Asia correspondent Charlotte Glennie

10:05 Winnie Byanyima: Oxfam's first African Director

Winnie Byanyima is the first African director of Oxfam, with an incredible life story.
As a teenager she fled to the UK from Idi Amin's Uganda. From next to nothing she went on to get a degree in aeronautical engineering, become a Ugandan MP, work with the UN and is now the first African director of the charity Oxfam.

Winnie Byanyima.

Winnie Byanyima. Photo: Alex Baker Photography 2014

10:35 Book review: A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara

Reviewed by Kiran Dass

Published by Picador

10:45 The Reading

11:05 Trampers fall as bridge cable fails

Department of Conservation Deputy Director General for Operations, Mike Slater, confirms four tourists fell 8 meters when a bridge cable failed in Te Urewera National Park.

11:15 Music with Jeremy Taylor

Jeremy Taylor returns to active service with some blasts from the recent, and not so recent past - reissues from the Thin White Duke - David Bowie, the heartstopping swoop and swoon of the Cocteau Twins, and some buried treasure from obscure Minneapolis singer-songwriter Goldberg.

11:30 Sport with Brendan Telfer

11:45 The Week that Was with Te Radar and Elizabeth Easther

Music played in this show

Song: Wild West End
Composer: Knopfler
Album: Dire Straits
Label: Warner Bros
Time: 9:30

Artist: Jungle
Song: Busy Earning
Composer: Jungle
Album: XL
Label: Jungle
Time: 10:17

Jeremy Taylor's music:

Artist: David Bowie
Song: The Man Who Sold The World, Track 8
Comp: Bowie
Album: The Man Who Sold The World
Label: RCA
Broadcast Time: 3'55"
Song: Oh! You Pretty Things, Track 2
Comp: Bowie
Album: Hunky Dory
Label: TCA
Broadcast Time: 3'12"
Song: Soul Love, Track 2
Comp: Bowie
Album: The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
Label: RCA
Broadcast Time: 3'33"
Artist: Cocteau Twins
Song: Cherry Coloured Funk, Track 1
Comp: Cocteau Twins
Album: Heaven Or Las Vegas
Label: 4AD
Broadcast Time: 3'13"

Artist: Goldberg
Song: Stars In The Sand, Track 2
Comp: Barry Thomas Goldberg
Album: Misty Flats
Label: Light In The Attic
Broadcast Time: 3'18"