Tuesday October 30, 2007
On the October 30 programme...
Breakfast spoke to the NZ Fire Service ahead of Guy Fawkes to see if new rules surrounding the sale of fireworks are expected to help stop acts of stupidity and what we can do to stay safe.
Breakfast spoke to NZ Principals' Federation president Judy Hanna following comments from NZ First MP Winston Peters that children should sing the national anthem at school.
Youth affairs - drugs in schools
Drugs cause the largest number of suspensions in schools. Education may be the best weapon, but schools must tread carefully around student rights. Our youth affairs commentator Jehan Casinader discusses how.
Francesca Rudkin reviewed the latest album from NZ band Pluto.
US Correspondent Tim Wilson spoke to Breakfast from New York about the Amercian presidential elections and how things are shaping up for the democrats.
The various issues in buying laptop, as opposed to desktop, computers by IT Commentator Paul Reynolds.
Gardening tips - vegetables
Breakfast gardening guru Jamie Gardner told Breakfast which greens you should be planting in your vege garden right now.