Friday September 1
Chris Trotter is the editor of the New Zealand Political Review. He spoke to Breakfast about the police investigation into the activities of Labour MP Taito Philip Field.
Reporter Melissa Davies looked into a horse riding programme that's helping kids who suffer from dyspraxia. The condition can mean anything from difficulty speaking to struggling at school or with physical movement.
Russell Norman is the co-leader of the Green party. This morning he and Paul Henry discussed why the taxpayer-funded cars government ministers drive and are driven in should be more fuel efficient.
David Slack and Michele A'court chatted with Paul Henry about the news week in review.
Guyon Espiner is the One News Political Correspondent. This morning he and Paul Henry discussed the newly announced police investigation into the activities of Labour M-P Taito Philip Field.
Kay Gregory talked to Rob Hamill organiser of tomorrow's Great Race on the Waikato River.
Breakfast spoke to Dr Tom Mulholland about Fathers' Day this Sunday and outlined strategies for men who want to be better fathers. Dr Tom promotes 'healthy thinking' as the answer to healthy and happy lives. Websites: www.theattitudedoctor.com / www.healthythinking.biz
Today is Random Act of Kindness (RAK) day. This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to the founder of the day Josh de Jong about why he came up with the idea and what it means.