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Breakfast: Thursday February 10

Published: 6:05AM Thursday February 10, 2011 Source: Breakfast

Athlete crisis management
Breakfast talks to professional sports manager Bruce Sharrock about the accusations flying around the Black Caps after one team member was allegedly involved in "lewd behaviour" on their flight to the World Cup.

Double dip recession
Economist Bernard Hickey from discusses the possibility - hinted at by Bill English - we are in a double dip recession.

Political young guns
Breakfast's fresh-faced politicians are back in the studio to talk through the first week in parliament, and the Hone Harawira situation.

Movie reviews
A look at two new films: One which sees gnomes act out Shakespeare's ultimate tragedy, the other about a man trapped for days in a canyon who decides to make the ultimate sacrifice to save his life.

Rhys Darby
Comedian Rhys Darby talks about taking the lead in New Zealand's first real rom-com Love Birds - a classic love story about a guy, a girl... and a duck.

Brooke Fraser
Kiwi golden girl and award winning songwriter Brooke Fraser talks to Breakfast about her new life in America and her current New Zealand tour.

Editor of New Zealand Gardener, Jo McCarroll, shares tips on what to do if your tomatoes have been slow to ripen.