Thursday June 16
Kay Gregory spoke to John Mockett from the Transport Investigation Commission about the report that came out today on last year's sinking of the Iron Maiden boat, an accident where two men died.
Paul Henry spoke to psychotherapist Sharron Ward, whose survival of the Boxing Day tsunami in Sri Lanka moved her to set up the country's first mental health centre. it is to be run by NGO Adopt Sri Lanka. For more information see www.adoptsrilanka.com.
Paul Henry spoke to prominent New Zealand photographers Marti Friedlander and Deborah Smith, about their exhibition She Said which is showing at the John Leech gallery as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography. See www.johnleechgallery.co.nz for more details.
Francesca Rudkin reviewed the latest installment in the Batman movie franchise: 'Batman Begins'. Christian Bale plays the caped crusader in this one, which has been described as "rugged and athletic".
Kay Gregory spoke with our Health Correspondent Lorelei Mason about new research which says the longer a patient has to wait for chest pains, the higher the chances are that they will suffer from heart problems.
Paul Henry spoke to Tim Blanks, fashion journalist and presenter of "Fashion File", to find out his thoughts on the state of New Zealand fashion. He's here to speak at a luncheon at the Hilton Hotel later today organised by Air NZ Fashion Week.
Kay Gregory spoke to Professor David Sugden, head of the School of GeoSciences at Edinburgh University, about his research into Antarctic ice. Professor Sugden discovered that the oldest ice in Antarctica is 8 million years old, suggesting that the earth is more resilient, and global warming less catastrophic, than commonly thought.