Top Shows

Breakfast

Weekdays from 6.00am | TV ONE

Thursday March 8, 2007


On the March 8 programme...

Land access backdown
Federated Farmers President Charlie Pedersen discusses the government's decision to back off a controverisal law allowing more public access to rivers, lakes and conservation land.
Click here to watch the video

Star spotting
Stephen Stuart spotted American actress turned rockstar Juliette Lewis at the races in Auckland.
Click here to watch the video

Movie review
Francesca Rudkin reviews quirky romance The Science of Sleep.
Click here to watch the video

International Women's Day
Beryl Anderson from Unifem and Carol Lee Davidson from Women in Technology discuss International Women's Day - a day to celebrate women's achievements, and to highlight the ongoing campaign for equality for all women throughout the world.
Click here to watch the video

Health news
Health correspondent Lorelei Mason talks about organ donation and whether the human tissue bill needs overhauling.
Click here to watch the video

New Caledonia festival
A festival aimed at promoting our closest neighbour kicks off in Auckland tonight - but we're not talking Australia. The New Caledonia New Zealand season runs for ten months and will feature the best artists and sports people the country has to offer.
Click here to watch the video

Travelling artist
Artist Alexandros Georgiou arrived in Auckland yesterday from Greece, via Pakistan, Turkey, Iran, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Australia - using mostly public transport the whole way. A collection of the art he made on the journey will open at turbulence, the Auckland City Gallery's triennial exhibition, tomorrow.
Click here to watch the video


Advertisement



Advertisement

Advertisement