09:05 Andrew Little - connecting with voters post-Key

Labour Party leader Andrew Little

Labour Party leader Andrew Little Photo: RNZ / Rebekah Parsons-King

Kathryn Ryan talks with Labour leader Andrew Little on the prospects for Labour in 2017,  and how he intends to connect with middle New Zealand in a post-Key world.

09:20 Urban schools with wraparound services

Kathryn Ryan meets US educationalist Jeff Duncan-Andrade who founded the Roses in Concrete community school in Oakland California - an urban school which involves the whole community. Dr Duncan-Andrade is guest speaker at a Maori education hui in Auckland.

Jeff Duncan-Andrade

Jeff Duncan-Andrade Photo: supplied

09:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris

Matthew Parris on the Supreme Court hearings into whether Parliament should decide on a Brexit

10:05 Fun and ancient games!

World authority on Ngā Taonga Tākaro, Harko Brown, discusses the whakapapa & resurgence of traditional maori games. He has just produced a compendium called 'Ngā Taonga Tākaro II : The Matrix'  which is crammed full of games, as well as stories about their rich history.

10:35 Book review - "Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen

Reviewed by Charlotte Ryan, published by Simon & Schuster.

10:45 The Reading

In Deep, a short story by David Hill, read by Hadleigh Walker.

11:05 New technology with Sarah Putt

Sarah Putt discusses John Key's tech legacy, a supermarket without checkouts  and the new novel

11:25 Speech and language development: busting the myths

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Do talkative older siblings impact a younger child's language development? Do dummies cause speech delays? Speech and language therapist, Christian Wright, busts some myths.

11:45 Viewing with Paul Casserly

Paul Casserly presents his highlights for 2016 viewing and his picks for what would make good Christmas presents.