09:05 News and current affairs

09:30 Chief Ombudsman, Judge Peter Boshier

Judge Boshier discusses his plans to resolve complaints much faster, and why he ruled that the Prime Minister must release his texts from Rachel Glucina in the pony tail case 

09:45 Australia correspondent, Peter Munro

10:05 Josh James bushman adventurer

10:35 Book review

Louise O'Brien reviews -   Three Words: An Anthology of Aotearoa/New Zealand Women's Comics edited by Rae Joyce, Sarah Laing and Indira Neville

10:45 The Reading

11:05 Marty Duda with the music of Lizzy Mercier Descloux

French-born Lizzy Mercier Descloux is a musical chameleon. She travelled to New York City in the late 1970s and quickly immersed herself in the punk/no wave scene, befriending Patti Smith and Richard Hell and cutting her first album at Bob Blank's studio. Press Color was largely ignored at the time of its release but is now admired as one of the most interesting of the No Wave releases to come  from Ze Records. From there Lizzy recorded in Nassau, South Africa, Brazil and eventually back to France. She was recording South African Township music several years before Paul Simon and collaborated with jazz great Chet Baker while in Brazil. Lizzy passed away in 2004 but her legacy has grown since then, resulting in her music recently being reissued by Light In The Attic Records.

11:20 Margaret Stanley - threats to nature in the city

Margaret Stanley

Margaret Stanley Photo: supplied

11:45 Privacy law with Nicole Moreham