Tuesday 1 May 2012, with Jim Mora
3:10 pm Monday 6 July: Killers of the King
As British Monarchs go, the reign of Charles I historians say is not cloaked in glory. Found guilty of high treason and executed, his reign brought about the bloodiest conflict in British history. Much has been written about Charles I, but not the men who signed his death warrant.
The ninth Earl Charles Spencer, historian, brother of Diana, Princess of Wales, and distant relative of Charles I reveals the stories of the men, motivated by revenge and fear who sent the King to his death. His book is called Killers of the King: The Men Who Dared to Execute Charles I.
Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.
1:09 PM. Grant Hamilton from the Far North has chosen 'Man of Colours' by Australian band Icehouse.
1:22 PM. A new television channel on Freeview called Choice, documentaries on the box, the Edge Festival, and Tainui Stephens' program 'Requiem for Charlie'.
1:38 PM. 'Beastly Things' by Donna Leon and 'The Forrests' by Emily Perkins.
1:46 PM. The songs 'Montauk' and 'Jericho' by Rufus Wainwright.
1:54 PM. A UK court rules that some ISPs must block the Pirate Bay website and the 'Descriptive Camera' that prints what it sees.
2:10 PM. Oceanographer, Giora Proskurowski, says wind drives large amounts of rubbish deeper into the sea and believes this isn't being picked up by researchers who only take samples from the ocean's surface. A New Zealand-based oceanographer, Jose Borrero, says this isn't the only reason we may be underestimating the damage that plastic in our oceans is causing.
2:22 PM. Throughout the country, maimais are being built and shotguns and duck-callers are being dusted off, as about 50,000 duck-hunters prepare for the opening of the season on Saturday.
3:10 PM. At any time of the day or night, technology allows us to connect with people all over the world. But whatever happened to a good old fashioned face to face chat? Some experts believe relentless connection isn't making us better communicators at all, that we've lost the art of conversation. Louise Howland wants to restore real conversations to our technology saturated lives.
3:33 PM. Lynda Chanwai-Earle gets a close up look at the miracles of plastic surgery with reconstructive plastic surgeon, Dr Swee Tan.
3:45 PM. Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
4:07 PM. Topics - pressure continues on Prime Minister John Key to stand down the ACT leader, John Banks, from his ministerial roles while police investigate donations to his campaign. There's been a big improvement in Labour's poll popularity.
4:33 PM. Topics - Complaints about a Napier church billboard that claimed 'Jesus heals cancer' have been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority. Car makers say the tastes of Chinese consumers are having a growing influence on vehicle design the world over. Did you know it's still legal to sell candy-stick and bubblegum cigarettes?
1:10 Best Song Ever Written
1:15 Critical Mass
2:10 Feature Stories
2:45 Feature Album
3:12 Tune Your Engine
3:33 Asian Report
4:06 The Panel