09:05 David Garrett - admitted stealing identity of a dead baby to get a fake passport

Graham Peach, father of a baby who died and whose identity was stolen; and Michael Bott, Human Rights lawyer.

09:30 Future of the ACT Party

Matthew Hooton, Nine to Noon political commentator

09:20 Countering Islamophobia

Rehanna Ali, a member of the Islamic Women's Council for NZ.

On Thursday 23 Septmber there'll be another interfaith community visit day in Wellington, where participants will visit a local Hindu temple, Muslim mosque, Buddhist temple and Jewish synagogue, and enjoy food from various traditions.

Email spiritofrangatahi@ihug.co.nz for further information, or go to Spirit of Rangatahi - Learn About Other Faiths to register for the event.

09:30 Interest rates

Patrick O'Meara, RNZ Business editor

09:45 UK correspondent Jon Dennis

10:05 Duchess of Northumberland, Jane Percy

The Duchess of Northumberland talks about her controversial poison garden, created in the grounds of the centuries-old and fully restored Alnwick Castle. The Alnwick Garden which draws hundreds of thousands of visitors a year and has provided a tourism boon to the local area.

10:30 Book Review with Dan Slevin

Union Atlantic by Adam Haslett
Published by Atlantic

10:45 Reading

Outback Kiwi by Dave Hayward

A couple of Kiwi lads learn about the brotherhood of outback travellers.

11:05 New Technology with Nigel Horrocks

This blogger is worried about the ethics of RFID tags

Check out these ice cream parlour flavours you get from a tag

Here's the full Pew Internet report on mobiles

Read Delta airtlines forum discussion on whether to use mobile phones

Read the school principal's decision to ban technology on Tuesdays

How the Guardian dismisses Apple's social network

11:30 Psychologist and parenting expert Nigel Latta

How parents deal with their own anger.

11:45 TV Reviewer Simon Wilson

Let's do Rivers on Prime and The Secret Lives of Dancers on TV3.