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Tuesday March 13, 2007

Published: 1:50PM Tuesday March 13, 2007

On the March 13 programme...

Afghanistan
Phil Goff discusses the NZ Army's extended deployment to Afghanistan.
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Fiji
Pacific studies lecturer Teresia Tayiwa discusses the situation in Fiji.
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Text scams
Commerce Commission director of fair trading Deborah Battell discusses scammers targeting by text message.
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Christchurch Arts Centre
Christchurch reporter Jack Tame investigates the city's arts centre.
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Music review
Francesca Rudkin reviews Lisa Gerrard's best of album.
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dDub
Australia's largest record label has struck a deal with dDub, a six piece band based in Auckland. Melissa Davies reports.
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Author interview
Avoid Retirement and Stay Alive co-author David Bogan discusses the new book, which says retirement is something to avoid not look forward to.
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Annual leave
Labour Minister Ruth Dyson discusses extending annual leave.
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Consumer news
Belinda Allan from the Consumers' Institute discusses direct to consumer advertising of prescription drugs.
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Ensemble stage project
Twelve fresh faced actors have been chosen for the Ensemble Project - an initiative that sees the actors learn two plays at the same time and perform multiple characters. Actors Michael Hurst and Bonnie Soper tell Breakfast all about it.
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Max Merritt and Dinah Lee
New Zealand born musicians Max Merritt and Dinah Lee are back home and spoke to Breakfast about their success.
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