Friday May 5
Paul Henry spoke to Emergency Management expert Steve Glassey about the tsunami warning system and lessons to be learnt from the event.
Kay Gregory wpoke to Education Minister Steve Maharey and Educational Psychologist Kevin Knight about the Govt increase in funding to help tackle disruptive behaviour in schools. The amount is 9.5 million over the next four years.
Reporter Jo Henderson went out with duck shooters in north Canterbury for the first day of the hunting season.
Paul Henry spoke to Michele A'Court and David Slack about the news week in review including 24-hour childcare, tsunami alert and US Immigrants protest.
Political editor Guyon Espiner discussed the political week in review with Paul Henry including the leak of the Telecom papers.
Kay Gregory spoke to Joe Louis Barrow Jr. who is Executive Director, The First Tee & Senior Vice President, World Golf Foundation about his famous father and the First Tee project. For more information see www.thefirstteenz.org.nz
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to television psychic
Deb Webber from the TV2 series 'Sensing Murder'. Deb Webber also
featured in a television pilot shot in Australia last year that
focused on an interview with the brother of the late INXS star,
Michael Hutchence. Deb is touring New Zealand with her psychic