Monday to Friday, 9am - Midday

9:10 Rachel Lang

Co-creator of Outrageous Fortune on writing television drama that resonates with New Zealanders

9:35 Adam Liaw

The winner of Australian's Masterchef 2010

9:50 Your Place

Clive Neeson, film maker of 'Last Paradise' and Rose Stoddart about the joy of cinema in New Plymouth

10:10 Rob Buchanan

Kiwi Inventors who should be Famous: designs mobility equipment for disabled children and adults

10:25 Queensland Flood update

Caitlyn Gribbin ABC reporter on the disaster and loss of life in Toowoomba

10:35 Kiwis on Duty

Ros Cole is a DoC Biodiversity Ranger who is rather fond of sealions, but she had to make a decoy so these social sea mammals wouldn't hassle the campers too much at Curio Bay

10:40 Sarah Hopkinson

freelance arts writer on the contemporary art scene for 2011 - the redevelopment of the Auckland Art Gallery and the decision to send Michael Parekowhai to this year's Venice Biennale

11:20 Duncan Grieve

musical selections for the summer season... Terrors

11:30 Great Moments in NZ Pop History by Mitchell Hawkes

#6 Commonwealth Games

11:40 Murray Williams

RNZ Sport correspondent on the international men's tennis competition at the ASB Tennis Centre in Parnell, Auckland

11:45 Jim Flynn

Intelligence expert, professor of politics and author of 'The Torchlight List: Around the World in 200 Books'. Jim believes that reading great literature could be better than a university education.

Today's recommendations: Death of a Salesman - Arthur Miller; The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; The Power and the Glory & Our Man in Havana - Graham Greene; Guns, Germs and Steel - Jared Diamond


Hello Sailor - Gutter Black (NZ)
Cloudboy - (You're so pretty) (NZ)
Iggy Pop - The Passenger
The Veils - Grey Lynn Park (NZ)
The National - Fake Empire
Terrors - Assemble Not Thyself
Bob Dylan - Absolutely Sweet Marie
Cornerstone Roots - Miracles (NZ)