Monday March 20
Radical Youth are calling for students to walk out of high school this afternoon to protest against youth wage rates. Kay Gregory talked to Nista Singh & Joseph Minto from Radical Youth about this, along with John Langley from the Auckland University Faculty of Education.
In our regular weekly chat with Prime Minister Helen Clark, Paul Henry spoke to her about her recent trips to Chile and the Philippines.
Meagan Martin with a story about and elusive Firordland moose.
Breakfast spoke to Health about a new survey of its members that shows many GP's are looking to move away from fulltime work to more flexible working hours, including part time work. They're concerned not enough GP's will be available to spread the workload.
Paul Brislen is one of Breakfast's regular I-T commentators. This morning he and Kay Gregory discussed the possible presence of a large scale spam operator in New Zealand.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Paul Henry spoke to Micheal Downey - the solo writer and actor about his show - The Orderly that is opening at The Herald Theatre on the 22nd of March
Jay Harkness travles to Langkawi - resort central in North West Malaysia.
Kay Gregory spoke to Barry Steel, the station officer from Innesfail Fire Brigade - by telephone about Cyclone Larry.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme actress and comedienne Ginette McDonald ( soon to be MCing a Wellbeing convention will be held at Forum North on 8th and 9th April. For more information www.cherishwellbeing.co.nz and Lindsey Dawson - the author of soon-to-be-released book 'WISE UP - A racy and practical book with advise who are refusing to go quietly into maturity. The pair and Paul Henry chatted about what is middle age - and how perception and expectation of that time has changed over the years.
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to the ex-pat kiwi star of 'Strictly Come Dancing' Erin Boag. Erin has starred in all three shows in the BBC series.