Thursday June 9
Kay Gregory spoke to ABC correspondent Taina Hernandez about the latest in the Michael Jackson sex abuse trial. The jury is into its third full day of deliberations.
Paul Henry spoke to former diplomat Gerald McGhie about the ramifications of the second Chinese diplomat who was fled his job in Canberra claiming he is being spied on.
Kay Gregory spoke to dietitian Jeni Pearce about an AUT study which showed most parents who have obese children don't recognise it.
Once the Matariki stars appear in the sky, the appearance of the first new moon heralds the start of the Maori new year. Kay Gregory spoke to Te Taru White, the kaihautu at Te Papa to find out why it's so special. Te Papa is celebrating this event with a two week festival of music, discussion and storytelling. For more information see www.tepapa.govt.nz
Francesca Rudkin reviewed Ladies in Lavender starring Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith. A charming story about two sisters who tend to a foreigner who has washed up on their Cornwall beach.
In this week's health segment Kay Gregory looked at the issue of winter wellness with Dr John Cameron, Medical Executive of ProCare Health Limited. For more information see www.procare.co.nz
In the first of a regular series of pre-election discussion, former MPs Deborah Coddington, Laila Harre, Wyatt Creech and Willie Jackson assessed the performances of current MPs.