Tuesday September 28
Breakfast spoke to Anne Inglis regarding the successful climb by her inspirational husband Mark Inglis. He reached the summit of Cho Oyo - the world's Sixth highest peak last night.
Paul Henry chatted with Auckland mayor John Banks and mayoral
Dick Hubbard and Christine Fletcher on the Breakfast Programme this morning.
Paul Henry spoke this morning with Gerard van Bohemen, a lawyer with public law specialists Chen Palmer & Partners, about the proposed reforms of the Resource Management Act. One proposal discussed is greater policy support in the legislation for projects seen to be in the public interest.
Paul Henry visited the Auckland museum and discussed the restoration project of the resident 'mummy' with Julia Gresson - Senior Conservator.
Francesca reviewed the new album by seventeen year old songstress Joss Stone.
The editor of Metro Magazine Nicola Legat and political commentator John Pagani tell us what they make of the Auckland mayoral campaign so far.
Paul spoke with David Russell from the Consumers'
( www.consumer.org.nz) about how to ensure you are covered by your insurance and how you go about getting the best deal.
Paul Henry spoke to Gerard Hindmarsh about "Angelina" a familys
story about the journey from Sicily to a new but remote life on
D'Urville Island, in NewZealand.
The book is out now through Craig Potton Publishers www.craigpotton.co.nz, and is available through all good book stores.
Alison Mau spoke to Justin Cunningham a.k.a MC Wordperfect and Ramon Narayan about their work supporting young males through a music mentor programme and the "youthline" telephone support service. Last month MC Wordperfect released a single "Why boys cry" which deals with some of the myths and problems faced by young males. Websites: www.youthline.co.nz & www.inmusic.co.nz