09:05 'Parents don't really know': classifying sexual violence on Netflix

Deputy Chief Censor Jared Mullen on a new report highlighting the need for clearer classification on content featuring sexual violence on streaming services like Lightbox and Netflix.

09:20 Big business squeeze small contractors with "extortionate" tactics

An Australian Ombudsman has just released a damning report into delayed payments to small businesses by large corporates and a similar problem seems to exist in New Zealand. The Australian Small and Family Business Ombudsman's has found big international firms, including Fonterra, routinely delay payments to contractors by up to 120 days. Meanwhile data from Xero shows more than two-thirds of its small business clients in NZ had invoices which were overdue by more than 30 days in the last six months. Kathryn Ryan speaks to the Ombudsman, Kate Carnell, and to Max Whitehead, the chief executive of Small Business Voice in New Zealand

09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton

Karen reports in on government ministers brawling over the new budget, what the new average Australian looks like according to the census and mourning on the other side of the Tasman for the loss of John Clarke

10:05 Irrational - Romesh Ranganathan

Romesh Ranganathan

Romesh Ranganathan Photo: Supplied

British maths teacher turned acclaimed stand-up comic Romesh Ranganathan is heading to New Zealand for the first time, with his show Irrational as part of the International Comedy Festival.  He talks to Kathryn Ryan about the everyday annoyances that provide him with material, and how the scene stealer in his TV shows Asian Provocateur - his mum Shanti - is funnier than he is.

10:35 Book review

Harry Ricketts reviews Red Edits by Geoff Cochrane 

10:45 The Reading

11:05 Music with Charlotte Ryan 

Charlotte Ryan features the music of  Mavis Staples, The Animals and Andrew Keoghan

11:20 'Keeping it real' the UN's VR mission

When you mention virtual reality, most people's thoughts turn to video games, but not Gabo Arora. He is the Creative Advisor on VR to the UN which is revolutionizing the coverage of conflicts and natural disaster. In just seven minutes his immersive film making has the power to change lives and is already shaking up the United Nations' advocacy efforts. Gabo Arora will deliver a keynote address and discuss social change documentaries at Screen Edge Forum which is part of the Documentary Edge International Film Festival that's coming to Wellington (10 - 21 May) and Auckland (24 May - 5 June).

11:45 Legal commentator Simon Jefferson

Family Court lawyer Simon Jefferson from Trinity Chambers gives his best tips for staying out of the Family Court - and how to know when you have no other option


Music played in this show

Artist:   Jake Bugg
Song: Lightening Bolt
Composer: Bugg/Archer
Album: Jake Bugg
Label: Mercury
Time: 10.07

Artist:   Rutu Teneti
Song:  Takutai Moana
Composer: Teneti
Album: He Korowai
Label:  NZ on Air
Time:  10.35

Artist:   Smokey Robinson
Song: Tracks of My Tears
Composer: Robinson/Moore/Tarplin
Album: Smokey Robinson: 18 Greatest Hits
Label: Motown
Time: 10.44

Artist:  The Animals
Song:  "We Gotta Get out of This Place
Composer:  Barry Mann, Cynthia Well
Album:  (single 1965)
Label:  Columbia Graphophone
Broadcast time:  11.10
Artist:  Mavis Staples
Song:  I like the things about me
Composer: Roebuck Staples, Martha Stubbs
Album:  One True Vine
Label:  ANTI
Broadcast time:  11.17
Artist:  Andrew Keoghan
Song:  Every Orchid Offering
Composer:  Andrew Keoghan
Album:  Every Orchid Offering
Label:  Self Released / Flying Out
Broadcast time: 11.23

Artist:   Head and The Heart
Song: Library Music
Composer: Head and the Heart
Album: Signs of Light
Label: Warner
Time: 11:45