Nine to Noon
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer
The corruption scandal in FIFA. Test cricket in England.
New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor clocks the return of Faith No More, the zen, spiritual meditations of Bill Fay, and Calexico getting back to their roots.
Book review: 'On the Move' by Oliver Sacks
Published by Picador, reviewed by Tilly Lloyd.
Surfing in Iran
Irish Big wave surfer, Easkey Britton has been teaching Iranian women to surf.
Asia correspondent Jamil Anderlini
News from the Asian region with our correspondent Financial Times Beijing Bureau chief, Jamil Anderlini.
Former FIFA exec on looming election
Jerome Champagne is a former French diplomat and former Fifa executive who was among the men looking to oust Sepp Blatter from the FIFA presidency.
What are the prospects for Australian ISIS children?
There are reports the wife and children of IS fighter Khalid Sharrouf, including the son who was photographed holding a severed head, are among a group of Australians seeking to return to home. Terrorism and radicalisation expert with the Australian...
Warnings over dairy foreclosures
Fonterra has lowered its forecast milk payout for the current season prompting warnings of farm foreclosures. Agricultural consultant Alison Dewes estimates that about 50% of dairy farmers will be in trouble, and she warns that some will go bust, and...
Film review Regan Cunliffe
Upcoming program changes at MediaWorks.
British online agony aunt for teenagers
Surviving the Teen Age Years with young British agony aunt, Carrie Hope Fletcher. Carrie is a Youtuber, an actress, singer, songwriter and vlogger .. (video blogger). She is currently playing Eponine in Les Miserable in London's West End. The 22 year...
New technology commentator Erika Pearson
Erika Pearson discusses Indonesia's law that criminalises private messages, the phenomenal success of You Tube and its enormous audiences and the Typer Tray - an ultra-thin keyboard masquerading as a food tray ..or is it the other way around?
Book review: My Life: It's a long story by Willie Nelson
Reviewed by Elisabeth Easther, published by Hachette.
Northland Medical Officer of Health back from Sierra Leone
Dr Clair Mills is used to tending to emergency medicine and disease on a global scale and also dealing with serious public health issues in one of New Zealand's most economically strained and disadvantaged areas. A recent Salvation Army report found...
UK Correspondent Dame Ann Leslie
The Eurovision song contest. Corruption in FIFA.
Getting business leaders more involved with health and...
The 2010 Pike River Mine tragedy in which 29 men died sparked an overhaul of health and safety legislation - which is currently stalled. Dr Kirsten Ferguson is an Australian health and safety expert who was named by the Financial Review last year as...
Who is the FBI informant on FIFA, Chuck Blazer
Ken Bensinger is a buzzfeed investigative reporter who spent six months investigating Chuck Blazer, the unlikely character who sparked the FIFA sting.
World football in turmoil after arrests
Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer are facing extradition to the United States on corruption charges after separate Swiss and American inquiries into the game's governing body. Fourteen people have been arrested, seven of them in a...
Science commentator, Siouxsie Wiles
How gut bacteria can help fight hospital infections
Legal commentator, Tony Bouchier
Tony Bouchier is the President of the Criminal Bar Association.
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