Should Tame Iti and the people of Ruatoria get compensation over the unlawful terror raids of 2007? Iti's lawyer will tell us what he plans to do next plus the Police Commissioner gives his reaction.
Education is a big topic today - we're live at Phillipstown School in Christchurch as locals and staff set off on a protest march against its proposed closure.
And trainee teachers learning on the job after a six-week intensive teaching course; a principal and teacher report on progress after three months in the classroom and the PPTA shares its concerns.
Jack Tame will update us live from Oaklahoma and we'll share Tim Wilson's latest Take Me Home.
Plus Sam Wallace is in the studio being shown a thing or two by the Harlem Globetrotters.
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