Thursday October 11, 2007
On the October 11 programme...
Finance Minister Michale Cullen explains his decisions on dividing up the government surplus.
What the Sustainable Energy Forum wants from the government's energy strategy.
Political young guns
Breakfast's regular team of political young guns Darren Hughes and Paula Bennett talk about the issues dominating the week in politics.
Francessa Rudkin reviews the latest feature film The Devil Dared Me To by the makers of the Back of The Y television series.
Single mum Jacqui Thomas set herself a goal to join the millionaires club in just one year. She joined Breakfast to discuss her progress.
Find out more about the Wealth Weekend - www.ultimatewealthweekend.com
Doctor Frances Pitsilis spoke to Breakfast about getting the right balance of exposure to the sun.
Maori Music Conference
Chris Chetland from Kog Studio and musician Mike Pau spoke to Breakfast about the Maori Music Conference being held in Auckland.
Up and coming Maori singers Chong Nee, Tolu and Delani performed their remake of Victoria by the Exponents.