Monday April 18
Breakfast spoke to Mike Carnahan from the Haemophiliac Foundation about the Prime Minister refusing to open the files from when she was the Minister of Health in the late eighties at the time of the bad blood scandal.
Prime Minister spoke with Breakfast about the latest Colmar Brunton poll which indicated her party hasn't been hurt at all by the Tamihere scandal, the Gallipoli trip and concerns about the historical bad blood scandal which occurred when she was the Minister of Health.
Breakfast spoke to Tolga Örnek the director of the Turkish documentary film, Gallipoli, which has its Australasian premier in Wellington today. NZ's first public screening of Gallipoli will take place at Te Papa in Wellington, on ANZAC Day, 3.30-5.40pm in the Soundings Theatre, Level 2. Free entry. More information about the movie can be found at www.gallipoli-film.com.
Paul Reynolds is a technology commentator who regularly appears on the Breakfast programme.This morning he and Paul discussed the recent phenomunem of blogging.
Reporter Laura Barnsley checked out a play that deals with the flu vaccination.. and what issues arise when two parents share different views. The Remedy Syndrome starts tomorrow night at the BATS theatre in Wellington. For more info email@example.com.
Breakfast spoke to Katrina Cole from House of Travel today looked at Singapore as a holiday destination, and the historic delights of the Grand Raffles Hotel. For more information see.www.hot.co.nz