Mon Feb 21: Kidney Boy; Smoke Alarms; Hobbits
Kidney Boy's Plight
Teenager Callum Wagstaff had a successful kidney transplant in 2003. But around 16 months later his future began to look bleak, after a drug change his mother claims was a cost-cutting measure by Pharmac. Susan talks to Callum's mum Jackie and Pharmac CEO Wayne McNee.
Firefighters are constantly reminding people of the lifesaving properties of smoke alarms, but as Bryan Seymour reports, not all smoke alarms are made equal.
Robyn Janes pops into the Auckland auditions for the Australian stage production of Tolkien's The Hobbit.