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Monday July 17

Daniel Seaman is a spokesman for Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Mr Seaman discussed with Paul Israel's reasons for its military action against neighbouring Lebanon.

Paul Reynolds is an technology commentator who regularly appears on the Breakfast programme. This morning he and Kay discussed the increasing versatility of mobile phones.

Kay spoke to Detective Inspector Garth Bryan from the Bay of Plenty police about their investigation into the death of a woman whose body was found yesterday at Tokoroa's Strathmore School.

Stephen Stuart and Richard Becht wrapped up the weekend's sporting highlights, including Scott Dixon's success at the Indy 200 in Nashville.

Kay talked to Ching-Ning Chu about the two and a half thousand year old book 'The Art of War' and why it's still relevant today.

Prime Minister Helen Clark spoke to Paul about the Government's position on Israel's continued bombardment of neighbouring Lebanon.

Paul talked to Ngakoma Conner and Hohepa Morgan, aka MC Koma and MC Hepaklypz, from hip hop group 4 Corners.The Hamilton-based group have been performing together for seven years, gracing stages at events like the Big Day Out and BNet Music awards, but never released an album... until now. Their debut album, The Foundations, hits stores this week.

Kay's daughter Kerry travels to Samoa to find out what attractions are on offer for kids.