Tuesday November 28
John Key spoke to Paul Henry about the deal that saw him elected unopposed to the leadership of the National Party, and about the circumstances of his name appearing in Nicky Hager's book 'The Hollow Men.'
John Alexander is the Chief Executive of Eden park. He spoke to Paul Henry about cabinet's decision yesterday to support the idea of the Rugby World Cup being held at an upgraded Eden Park, as opposed to a new waterfront stadium.
Jose Fowler is the chairperson of the Mt Eden Residents Association. He spoke to Kay Gregory about the effects the stadium upgrade is likely to have on local residents. www.edenparkresidents.org.nz
Paul Henry spoke to Transit NZ CEO Rick van Barneveld about Transit's proposal to toll the Western Ring Route in order to get it open more quickly.
Music reviewer Francesca Rudkin spoke with Kay Gregory about Brooke Fraser's new album 'Albertine'.
Kay Gregory spoke with technology teacher Penney Dunckley about Post Primary Teachers Association research concerning technology teacher's views about technology teaching and the curriculum in secondary schools, technology centres and intermediate schools.
Paul Henry spoke to David Russell, from the Consumers' Institute, about the products which have been recalled during November. The items include seatbelts, contact lenses and Christmas lights.
Breakfast spoke to Terry Birss, Chairman of Rotary Youth Driver Awareness, ahead of the programme's launch in New Zealand today. The scheme aims to educate teenagers about driving safety and improve their awareness before they get behind the wheel, in order to reduce the number of young people dying in road accidents.
On Breakfast Deborah Morris-Travers talked about a new Readers Digest poll on what Kiwis love and hate about Christmas.