09:05 Coroner's inquiry calls for new code of practice for security guards

Charanpreet Dhaliwal was beaten to death just hours into his first shift  as a security guard in Auckland. Now a coroner says a new code of practice is needed for guards. The company that hired Charanpreet Dhaliwal was cleared by the Waitakere District Court of failing to provide a safe workplace. We talk to CTU lawyer Jeff Sissons who acted on behalf of Mr Dhaliwal's family at the Coroner's inquest and the Security Association's Director of Training Stewart O' Reilly.

09:20 Why do big IT projects fail?

University of Auckland Computer Science Lecturer, Paul Ralph, says when it comes to the public procurement of big software design projects - don't! He says the total cost of larger IT projects always cost more than everyone thinks, they're almost impossible to accurately forecast in advance, and innovation is constantly undermined by the tender process. Paul Ralph's recent research in this area includes papers on, 'Requirements Fixation', 'Is Requirement Engineering Inherently Counter productive?' and ' The Illusion of Requirements in Software Development'.

09:30 Who needs a stage when you have an entire city?

Storybox and Jess Feast have created a piece of digital adventure theatre, 'The Woman Who Forgot' for the 2016 New Zealand Festival in Wellington from which runs from 26th of February - 20 March. In it, the audience is guided around the Capital, by a smart phone app, and is given clues to piece together the identity of a woman who wakes up with no idea who she is.

09:45 Asia correspondent Tom Mitchell reports on the Chinese president's visit to the UK.

10:05 Effective marketing of NZ businesses

Former Saatchi and Saatchi NZ boss, Mike Hutcheson recently completed his Master's thesis on New Zealand creativity and says many local businesses could market their companies more effectively.

Mike Hutcheson set up the Lighthouse Ideas Company focussing on innovation and product development. He is now the Executive Director of Image Centre Group, which is a multi-channel communications company.

10:30 Book Review: Children's Books

John McIntyre from The Children's Bookshop in Wellington on the Work of Bob Kerr

Changing Times by Bob Kerr

Published by Potton and Burton ISBN 978-1-921213-53-7

Terry Teo and The Gunrunners by Bob Kerr and Stephen Ballantyne

Published by Earths End ISBN 978-0473330-67-5

10:45 The Reading: The Writers' Festival by Stephanie Johnson read by Judith Gibson and Nigel Collins (Part 8 of 12)

11:05 Music with Grant Smithies

Artist: Introverted Dancefloor
Song: Giving Up On Summer
Comp: Bevan Smith
Album: Introverted Dancefloor (self-titled)
Label: Carpark Records

Artist: Introverted Dancefloor
Song: Happiness is Such a Mess
Comp: Bevan Smith
Album: Introverted Dancefloor (self-titled)
Label: Carpark Records

Artist: Son Little
Song: Lay Down
Comp: Little
Album: Son Little
Label: Anti/ Warners

Artist: Groeni
Song: Hedre
Comp: Groeni
Album: Hinde EP
Label: Self released

11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer

11:45 The Week that Was with comedians Te Radar and Gemma Gracewood

Music played in this show


Track - Nothing to Lose

Artist - The Adults

Label - Warner