Tuesday May 15, 2007
On the May 20 programme...
Legal expert Robert Lithgow discusses the likelihood of David Bain being released on bail.
Prime Minister Helen Clark catches up with Breakfast for her weekly chat.
Grant Freeman was a fit 38-year-old with an allergy to some foods, including chicken, eggs and peanuts. Just over three weeks ago grant died as a result of traces of one of those foods getting into something he ate. His was a severe case, but there are thousands of New Zealanders with similar problems. This week is allergy awareness week and Penny Jorgensen from Allergy New Zealand, and Grant's sister Donna Whittle spoke to Breakfast.
Reporter Alexi O'Brien went to rehearsals at Downstage Theatre's production of Shakespeare's Othello.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter service works around the clock to save thousands of lives every year but it all comes at a price. The charity is asking for your help with its anuual chopper appeal.
The Kiwi star of McLeod's Daughters takes on a comedic challenge.