Thursday June 1
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to spokesperson for junior doctors Deborah Powell and Dr Stephen Child of the Auckland District Health Board about the threat from junior hospital doctors to say they intend to strike for five days from June 15.
Kay Gregory spoke to Maori Party MP Hone Harawira about legislation he is introducing to get a nationwide ban on smoking. The Te Tai Tokerau PM is preparing a member's bill to make the production, manufacture and sale of tobacco products illegal.
Paul Henry spoke to the Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ron Proser. It is the highest level diplomatic mission to visit NZ in many years.
Reporter Jay Harkness reported live from the "Boats of Bond" exhibition, which features some of the watercraft used over the years in the James Bond film series. The boats can be seen at the Hutchwilco International Boat Show, at the Auckland Showgrounds, between today and Monday.
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to Francesca Rudkin about the movie 'Poseidon' starring Kurt Russell.
Health Correspondent Lorelei Mason spoke to Breakfast about new overseas research just published that has got doctors thinking about how much radiotherapy patients may need in the future to treat their cancer. The study has found that fewer but larger doses may be the better way to go particularly for breast cancer.
Regular interview with Dancing with the Stars contestant & partner. Today Kay Gregory spoke to Danyon Loader and his dance partner Hayley Holt. For more information: www.tvnz.co.nz keyword: Dancing with the Stars. To vote for Danyon phone 0900 89 813 or text Danyon to 8981. Voting costs 99 cents (incl GST).
Breakfast spoke to Alison Quigan about her new play "Mum's Choir". The play is Alison's first effort as a playwright and was inspired by her own experience of the family dynamics that surrounded her own mother's death. Website: www.atc.co.nz
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to the comedy duo 'Dos Gringos' otherwise known as Jared Corbin and Andie Spargo. For more information visit www.dosgringos.co.nz