09:05 Will the Government cut tax rates further?

John Shewan, chair of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and a member of the Government's tax working group; and Shamubeel Eaqub, NZIER Senior economist.

09:20 Changes to early childhood funding

Anne Tolley, Education Minister; Dr Linda Mitchell, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at the University of Waikato; and Nancy Bell, Chief Executive Childcare Association of NZ.

09:35 Fatherhood study

Dr Gareth Rouch did a study on a large group of fathers from disadvantaged backgrounds about their priorities and how those had changed since becoming fathers.

He found that despite little support, most of the men were committed to turning their lives around to support the families.

Dr Rouch did the study as part of his PhD at Massey University school of psychology, and it was published by Victoria University's Institute of Policy Studies.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

Mike discusses the 10th anniversary of the George Speight Fiji coup.

10:05 Napoleon Perdis - Greek Australian make-up artist

His book is Forever Flawless.

10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre

Three New Zealand picture books

Tarore and her Book by Joy Cowley with paintings by Mary Glover Bibby
Publised by One Nineteen Books (Bible Society of New Zealand)
ISBN 978-0-908867-18-9

Two Little Pirates by Ruth Paul
Published by Scholastic
ISBN 978-1-86943-935-4

Hester's Blister by Chris Gurney
Illustrated by Sarah Nelisiwe Anderson
Published by Scholastic
ISBN 978-1-86943930-9

10:45 Reading. Lucky Bastard by Peter Wells

Did Eric Keelings actions constitute a further war crime? His two children are confronted with an ugly possibility. (Part 15 of 15)

11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna

Artist: Anais Mitchell
Album: Hadestown
Song: Wedding Song
Video: Wedding Song (acoustic)

Artist: Teenage Fanclub
Album: Shadows
Song: When I Still Have Thee
Teenage Fanclub - Baby Lee

Artist: Grayson Gilmour
Album: No Constellation
Song: I Am A Light
Video: Loose Change

11:30 Sport with Joseph Romanos

The French Open tennis; England rugby coach Martin Johnson's comments warning his players of the dangers and pitfalls of touring New Zealand; and the Floyd Landis scandal - the American cyclist who won the 2006 tour de France, then had his title removed for drug cheating.

11:45 Week That Was with Jon Bridges and Elisabeth Easther