Friday June 22, 2007
On the June 22 programme...
Mark Henaghan from Otago University talked about the decision to re-try David Bain.
Yachting Correspondent Martin Tasker talked about the race between Alinghi and Team New Zealand which starts off the coast of Valencia on Saturday.
Chairman of the World Heritage Committee, Tumu Te Heuheu, talked to Kay Gregory ahead of the WHC's annual meeting in Christchurch.
Week in review
Caroline Daley and Nigel Beckford talked about some of the big stories that shaped the week including the free child care debate, crackdown on loan sharks and the Michael Fay and David Richwhite payout.
Snow in the south
Breakfast spoke to Tsehai Tiffin about the huge dump of snow that has stopped Queenstonw in its tracks on the first day of the Winter festival.
Week in politics
Breakfast spoke to political editor Guyon Espiner about the political ructions over the week.
Reporter Rebekah Cashen met nine-year-old Willow Harfleet, the youngest photographer to have her own exhibition in the Auckland Festival of Photography.
Producer Mike Hudson talked about the upcoming Urbis 24 Hours-Deadline Theatre event. Well-known New Zealand theatre stars are given 24 hours to come up with an entirely new ten minute play which is then peformed at Auckland's Herald Theatre.
Buzzy Bee on stage
William McKegg and Nicole Thomson talked about their new stage show, Buzzy Bee's Big Day Out, which opens in Auckland tomorrow.