Monday July 25
Breakfast spoke to Peter Cozens the Director of the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University, about the likelihood of further attacks in the wake of the London bombings.
Breakfast spoke to Diane Maxwell, a self-confessed 'down-shifter' who packed in her highly paid job in advertising, to spend more time on herself and her family. She's just attended a weekend workshop on 'down-shifting' in Sydney.
In our regular weekly discussion with the Prime Minister Helen Clark, Paul Henry discussed the allegations raised by Trevor Mallard that the National party has received substantial funding from an American backer.
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to satirist James McOnie about current events in the news. The chat covered Lance Armstrong's win of the Tour de France, NASA's shuttle launch delay, the celebrities linked to a white-collar drug ring and recent events in politics
Paul Reynolds is one of Breakfast's technology commentators. This morning he and Paul Henry discussed how the internet can be used to make a better informed choice in the upcoming general election.
This morning Breakfast learned a thing or two about interior design from the editor of NZ hone and Garden magazine, Michal McKay. The magazine has a feature this month on tips for your home.
Travel Da Vinci Code diretor Cosmica Oosting discussed historic tours inspired by the book with Kay Gregory. For more infomation http://www.davincicodetours.co.nz