Breakfast spoke to independent journalist and documentary maker Mahima Kaul about the situation in Delhi around the building of the Commonwealth Games venues. Kaul's latest documentary questions the construction of the athletes' village and whether it was safe to build there in the first place.
A report by the Land and Water Forum has gone to parliament, recommending better ways to manage New Zealand's water supply and quality long-term. It recommends a water commission be set up to oversee this. Breakfast spoke to the forum chair Alastair Bisley.
David Do from the NZ Union of Students Association talked to Breakfast changes to student loans mean that students must have passed half of their course last year to be eligible for a student loan next year. The government made this announcement in May and many believed that the policy would start this year not retrospectively.
Political Young Guns
Breakfast spoke to National MP Simon Bridges and Labour MP Jacinda Ardern about goings-on in Parliament this week, including the expected resignation of Act MP David Garrett and the return of Labour MP Chris Carter.
Entertainment reporter Joanna Hunkin reviews Oliver Stone's long-awaited Wall Street sequel. Plus, Breakfast previews a host of school holiday flicks, including Diary of Wimpy Kid, Cats and Dogs 2, Charlie St Cloud and The Last Airbender .
Breakfast talks to PR rep to the stars, Brian Long, and US fashion designer Nicole Miller who are here for New Zealand Fashion Week.
Breakfast spoke to relationship commentator Rachel Goodchild about when parents put too much time into the kids and none into their partner.
Dominic Bowden interviews Nicolas Cage about his new movie The Sorcerer's Apprentice.