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Friday November 26


Incarcerated Algerian Ahmed Zaoui's lawyer Deborah Manning spoke to Paul Henry this morning about his possibility of bail - after 23 months of imprisonment.

Sir Edmund Hillary will return to Antarctica today for a week of memorials, sightseeing and the naming of the new Hillary Field Centre - Mark Sainbury spoke on the Breakfast programme about Hillary's visit.

Rugby reporter Stephen Stuart talked about this weekends All Black vs France.

This morning on Breakfast's social commentator Joe Bennett chatted about the allegations of spying by the SIS.

Paul Henry spoke this morning with political reporter Garth Bray about the political news that's been making headlines this week. He talked about allegations that the SIS spied on Maori leaders and about the Maori Party conference being held in West Auckland this weekend. The latest developments in the Ahmed Zaoui case were also discussed.

Ali Mau spoke with Michael Murphy from NZ Idol and Gerry Walker, Director of Community and Family Services for the Salvation Army. Michael is supporting this year's Salvation Army major fundraising drive to bring Christmas to 400 families in need. To donate $10 phone 0900-Sallies.

Whaker McCracker's Cafe - is a work of contemporary fiction by Tony Ward - he chatted to Paul Henry this morning about his life and work

 


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