09:05 Vigil held for murdered British MP Jo Cox

An emotional candle lit vigil has been held for the murdered British MP Jo Cox who was shot and stabbed in the north of England overnight. It happened in the village of Birstall, not far from Leeds, where she had been meeting constituents.

Charles Heslett from BBC Radio Leeds, was there and says the rawness of emotion was palpable

09:20 Ninety day trial law failure: report

The 90 day trial period introduced by the government in 2008 has done nothing to boost employment, the conclusion of a comprehensive analysis commissioned by Treasury.

We speak to one of the authors of the study, Dr Isabelle Sin, an economist at Motu Research and Dr Stephen Blumenfeld, the director of the Centre for Labour Employment and Work at Victoria University.

09:30 Five worldwide trends in sport

Wayne Goldsmith is an Australian high performance sports coach who warns that many sports will not survive the next 20 years unless they understand and adapt to fundamental global changes. He talks to Kathryn about what he's identified as the five worldwide trends which sports administrators ignore at their peril.

09:40 Could a Naenae College student help us keep our winter heating bills down?

Naenae College pupil Zavier Boyd has developed a prototype for an app to help homeowners calculate what heating or insulation solution would result in the biggest cost-saving for their household.

His idea has earned him a Young Science Achiever award as part of the HUTT STEMM Festival.

09:45 Asia correspondent Charlotte Glennie

Charlotte Glennie discusses the unusual court case in Indonesia where a 27 year old Australian resident is accused of poisoning a former friend with a cyanide laced Vietnamese coffee.

10:05 The Medieval World of Game of Thrones

From White Walkers to the Faceless Men of Braavos, Oxford University medieval scholar Carolyne Larrington on the real-world inspirations behind Game of Thrones.

Winter Is Coming

10:35 Book review - The Abundance by Annie Dillard
reviewed by Tilly Lloyd, published by Canongate

10:45 The Reading
The War in Sardinia by Lloyd Jones, read by William Kircher (Part 5 of 5)

11:05  Music reviewer Grant Smithies

Grant Smithies trips out to psychedelia old and new from the late Sun Ra and the very "now" Orchestra Of Spheres, with a bit of folkie pop from Chicago band Whitney thrown in to ease the comedown…
Artist: Orchestra Of Spheres
Song: Rocket # 9
Comp: Sun Ra/ Orch of Spheres
Album: Brothers and Sisters of The Black Lagoon
Label: FIRE Records/ Southbound
Broadcast Time: 4'32"
Artist: Orchestra Of Spheres
Song: Anklung Song
Comp: Orchestra of Spheres
Album: Brothers and Sisters of The Black Lagoon
Label: FIRE Records/ Southbound
Broadcast Time: 4'11"

Artist: Whitney
Song: Golden Days
Comp: Kakacek/ Ehrlich
Album: Light Upon The Lake
Label: Secretly Canadian/ The Label
Broadcast Time: 4'03"
Artist: Sun Ra and His Arkestra
Song: Rocket Number Nine Take Off For The Planet Venus
Comp: Sun Ra
Album:  Greatest Hits: Easy Listening for Intergalactic Travel
Label: Evidence  
Broadcast Time: 6'11"
11:30 Sports commentator Brendan Telfer

Brendan Telfer looks ahead to the Test match tomorrow between the All Blacks and Wales

11:45 The Week that Was with Te Radar and Irene Pink

A lighter look at the week