Friday December 16
Breakfast spoke to Auckland Mayor Dick Hubbard about the Auckland City Councils' decision to go ahead with the Waterview motorway extension in West Auckland.
Breakfast spoke to Iraqi resident Munjit Umara about the first Iraqi democractic election and what it means for the country and professor in political science Dov Bing from Waikato University.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Joe Bennett discussed the myth of Santa Claus.
Breakfast spoke to political reporter Kris Faafoi aboiut the decision by the High Court that allows Bob Clarkson to hold onto his Tauranga seat.
A discussion paper just released on the state of New Zealand's Food and Beverage Industry has some grim reading. Although the industry earns the country 15 billion dollars annually, the Food and Beverage taskforce says we can't afford to be complacent because huge changes in the industry could hit our economy considerably. ???? spoke with Tony Nowell of the Food and Beverage taskforce about the challenges ahead.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Carl Condliffe spoke to ?? about being New Zealand Gamer of the year, and his trip to London to compete against the best X-box players in the world.
This morning on Breakfast kiwi musician Jyosna La Trobe talked of her adventures as a busker in the London Underground and her narrow miss on the day of the bombings there. Jyosna also explained her coming musical research project in Rarh, India that is being funded by the British Library Sound Archives.