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Breakfast: Tuesday 2 June

Published: 12:58AM Tuesday June 02, 2009

Missing Air France plane
Breakfast got an update on the Air France plane missing in Brazil.

Boys education
Breakfast talked to Dr Michael Irwin about the new OECD study, which finds New Zealand female students are outperforming their male peers by the widest margins in the developed world.

Tim Wilson live from the US
US Correspondent Tim Wilson described the economic impact of General Motors filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Guyon's politics
Political Editor Guyon Espiner weighed up the pros and cons of the National Government's first budget.

Fran's music
Francesca Rudkin reviewed Sia Some People Have Real Problems, Jeff Buckley Grace Around the World and The Very Best of Music to Watch Girls By.

The Night Boy
Breakfast met up with one of New Zealand's youngest published authors - a nine year old boy from Taranaki. Want more details? Email  www.worldfamousbooks.co.nz or call 0800 BOOK UP

Cats the musical
Cats stars Tina Cross and Shane Cortese appeared on Breakfast in full feline attire to talk about the musical extravaganza, which opens in Auckland this week.

Winter food 
Breakfast spoke to Heather Tait about exciting ways to cook fabulous winter food.

Product Stockists - All books and food products from Farro Fresh, 09 570 7071, www.farrofresh.co.nz
The Scent of Monsoon Winds, Michel Haines
The Game Cookbook, Clarissa Dickson Wright & Johnny Scott
Mollie Katzen's Recipes,  SOUP

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