Wednesday August 8, 2007
On the August 8 programme...
Methamphetamine specialist Mike Sabin explained why he believes the drug is so common in New Zealand www.methcon.co.nz
Paul Henry spoke to John Key following his first National Party Conference as leader and a concerted Labour Party attack in the House.
Entertainment commentator Francesca Rudkin looked back at the week in showbiz.
The President of the Law Commission, Sir Geoffrey Palmer, explained the crux of what is in the Commission's report on state search and surveillance powers in New Zealand.
Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver spoke about the latest in the Solomon Islands, including cargo cults and a lost tribe.
Young Enterprise students Natasha Sharp and Melanie Hey from Columba College talked about The Complete Book of Everything You Ever Wanted To Know, their handy hint book assisting people of all ages with household dilemmas. If you would like to order a copy of the book for $19.95 email email@example.com
Aussie band Powderfinger spoke to Breakfast about their clean, green New Zealand tour.