Tuesday March 14
Kay spoke to Grant Taylor, Executive Director of the Kids Help Foundation Trust about the issue of bullying. Kids Help operates the What's Up youth helpline 0800 WHATSUP (0800 9428787).
Paul talked to Keith Ingram NZ Recreational Fishing Council President & Barry Weeber, Forest & Bird about plans by the Conservation Minister to protect Great White Sharks.
New Zealand astronomers have helped find a new planet about the size of Neptune. Kay spoke to Dr Ian Bond from Massey University about it.
Breakfast met an Australian crime writer of Sri Lankan descent, Michelle de Kretser, who's here for the New Zealand International Arts Festival. For more information see www.nzfestival.telecom.co.nz.
This morning on Breakfast Paul spoke to Francesca Rudkin about British soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae.
Breakfast reporter Melissa Davies chatted live to - margerine scultor Tim Aspinall from Sky City this morning.
Breakfast spoke this morning with David Russell from the Consumers Institute about prescription medicines that are advertised directly to the consumer. This practice is currently under investigation by the Ministry of Health. For further information see www.consumer.org.nz
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Kay Gregory spoke to Corinne Hofmann the author of the bestslling memoir 'The White Masai.'
Recently back from a trip to Singapore - Erica Lloyd walked Breakfast viewers through the Island nation's highlights. Erica travelled courtesy of Singapore Airlines and Flight Centre.