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Breakfast: Saturday, March 17

Published: 6:36PM Friday March 16, 2012 Source: Breakfast

Join Saturday Breakfast with Rawdon Christie, Toni Street and weatherman Sam Wallace from 7-9am.

Breakfast is broadcasting from Auckland's Viaduct Events Centre for the Volvo Ocean Race.

Cairns' libel case
Chris Cairns' libel case is wrapping up on Friday night. Europe Correspondent Garth Bray joins Breakfast for the latest.

Port fight
As the Ports of Auckland dispute continues Breakfast talks to one of the striking workers and his family about how it's been affecting them. 

Team NZ boss Grant Dalton
Grant Dalton, who's competed in the World Yacht Race numerous times, talks to Breakfast about just how tough the race is.

Challenge: Walk like the Jersey Boys
Toni and Rawdon vie for the lead role in Jersey Boys.

Breakfast talks to Breakers basketball player Dillon Boucher about the team's attempt to win back-to-back ANBL championships.

Touring the Camper
Camper's shore manager Neil Cox gives Breakfast a tour around the yacht.

Paper Plus Book Review
The Irish are the world's greatest story-tellers. Jenni Keestra from Paper Plus reviews three new bestsellers by renowned Irish novelists.

Chronic Fatigue
Chronic Rundown Fatigue Syndrome is a debilitating illness that affects around twenty thousand New Zealanders. Breakfast is joined by Mel Abbott, to hear how she has been rehabilitated, and how she is working to help cure others.

Cook and seafood expert, John Campbell, teaches us how to perfectly cook oysters and other seasonal seafood delicacies.

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