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Breakfast: Thursday March 11

Published: 1:13AM Thursday March 11, 2010 Source: Breakfast

Human Rights Top 10 priorities for 2010
The Human Rights Commission is releasing its top 10 priorities for New Zealand in 2010. Breakfast speaks to Human Rights Commissioner Joris De Bries.

Serious Youth offenders
Following the conviction of two youths yesterday for the murder of a Christchurch taxi driver Breakfast speaks to clinical psychologist Dr Ian Lambie about the growing number of youths committing serious crimes, and how it can be addressed.

Young gun
All the latest political news from parliament's youngest MPs.

Movies
Joanna Hunkin reviews Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler's new thriller - Law Abiding Citizen. Plus, Breakfast takes an exclusive first look at the long awaited sequel to 80s favourite, Tron. And we talk about Robert Pattinson's latest film - Remember Me.

Wired World 
A pensioner from Bristol is taking the DJ world by storm and a racey new BMW ad goes viral...That's some of the wacky clips coming from the web this week, presented by Ana Samways from www.spareroom.co.nz.

Eddi Reader
Breakfast talks to 80s hitmaker Eddi Reader - best known as the front woman of Fairground Attraction. Reader is in New Zealand for this weekend's WOMAD Festival in New Plymouth.

Office Plants
Can office plants enhance your wellbeing? Yes they can, according to plant scientist Professor Margaret Burchett, who tells Breakfast how greenery in the office is great for health and happiness.

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