On Saturday Breakfast with Toni Street, Tamati Coffey and Sam Wallace:
Sport, kids and parents: Supporting or pushing?
Did the Olympics give your kids dreams of standing on the podium for NZ? How hard should you push your kids to make that dream a reality? A parent and coach gives her expert advice.
Bledisloe Cup preview
Breakfast talks to former international coach Peter Thorburn ahead of the big Bledisloe Cup clash in Sydney.
Starship celebrates our kids
Starship is releasing a new book celebrating the love we have for our kids in NZ. This book will include 40 photos, made up of a cross section of people - from high profile New Zealanders to every day Starship donors and Starship staff, patients and their families. Starship ambassador Gretchen Hawkesby is on the couch to explain more.
Documentary film: Men Like Us
Men Like Us is a NZ made, Mental Health Foundation suicide prevention resource that began as DVD snippets and morphed into a feature length documentary. It premiered on Wednesday night and the filmmaker, Chris Banks and one of the film's participants join us to talk about it.
Support for migrant workers
Breakfast speaks to FIRST Union's Dennis Maga about a new network to help migrant workers know their rights, following One News reporter Amy Kelley's investigations into the exploitation of employees.
Weekly Challenge - Fear Factor
Fear Factor is back on TV and fearless duo of Tamati and Sam put themselves to the test with a blender and a whole lot of "special" ingredients. Who will prove that "fear is not a factor"?
Paper Plus: Spy novels
This week Paper Plus Book Critic Craig Atkinson reviews the latest spy fiction novels that are already making the bestseller lists.
The secrets of latte art
Art in your cup of coffee is a growing trend - we got the chief judges of the Latte Art competition to show us how it's done.
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