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Breakfast: Friday, March 19

Published: 1:16AM Friday March 19, 2010 Source: Breakfast

Paul Hobbs in Europe
How many kids have tried hacking? The results of a UK survey will certainly shock plus can one claim Jedi as a religion?  Europe Correspondent Paul Hobbs explains all

Spy agencies
Breakfast spoke to Professor Jim Veitch from Victoria University, an expert on terrorism and counter terrorism on the restructure of New Zealand's Spy services, and the change in focus to domestic threats

ASB fraudster
ASB employee Stephen Versalko who stole $18 million from customers was jailed for six years. Breakfast spoke to Adam Feeley from the Serious Fraud Office about how Versalko got away with it and for so long and why the SFO is investigating more ponzi style schemes where people are getting ripped off hundreds of thousands of dollars

LA casting call
Head of casting at MGM Studios in Los Angeles, Paul Weber, talks to Breakfast about trying to crack the big time and how aspiring Kiwi actors can audition for the Professional Actors Workshop (PAWS). Click here for more information.

Game of Death
A French game show called The Game of Death has shown that people are willing to torture others to death if they are encouraged by a higher authority. Breakfast asked what it takes to turn an ordinary person into a killer

Foodie Friday
Celebrity Maori chef Mark Olive and Aboriginal chef Charles Royal joined Breakfast for a BBQ cook-off including foods such as roo sausages, smoked roo and eel pate

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