Tuesday November 23
On breakfast this morning Paul Henry spoke to National Party leader Don Brash and Maori Party Leader Tariana Turia about the need for an inquiry into claims the SIS has been spying in Maori leaders and organisations.
Paul Henry spoke to Peter Cozens from the Centre of Strategic Studies about the claims the SIS spied on Maori leader - and are they at all plausible .
Public Law specialist Mai Chen spoke to Breakfast about the Supreme Court decision that has seen Donna Awatere removed from parliament. She used this ruling to evaluate how the new court will go about decision making in the future.
This morning Paul Henry spoke to Cath Handley - the event organiser of the Ellerslie Flower Show about the 10th birthday of the flower show and what the public could expect from the six day event.
This morning Francesca looked at the Live Aid DVD set from the 1985 charity event organised by Bob Geldolf.
This morning David Russell from the Consumers' Institute was on the show discussing that little wonder drug asprin. www.consumer.org.nz
This morning Ali Mau spoke to Melbourne landscape architect Jim Fogarty and Sydney lighting designer Dean Boone - both are here as judges at the Ellerslie Flower Show.
Paul Henry spoke to Mark Hewlett and Ed Timings about Diabetes Awareness Week which begins today. Mark is a Type 1 diabetic and is also a winner of the TV show Fear Factor. Ed is the father of two Type 1 diabetic children and runs a health company. Website: www.diabetes.org.nz