Thursday July 5, 2007
On the July 5 programme...
Des Brennan from Yachting NZ spoke about the impact of Team NZ's loss to Alinghi on our boating industry.
Alan Johnston freed
Jacobina Plummer from London spoke about the response to the freedom of captured Alan Johnston who was taken by Islamic militants 16 weeks ago.
Francesca Rudkin reviewed the film Starter for Ten, starring Scottish actor James MacAvoy.
Nikki Turner from the Immunisation Advisory Centre spoke about the government's decision not to fund the cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil.
Health correspondent Lorelei Mason spoke about the news that foreign doctors have been linked with the latest terrorist activities in the UK and how it's affecting the medical community.
Carly Binding and Boh Runga
Musicians Carly Binding and Boh Runga talked joining forces to play a series of show in Auckland and plans to move to LA.
The Amazing Extraordinary Friends
Veteran kiwi entertainer David McPhail and his son Matt McPhail talked about their latest venture - children's tv show The Amazing Extraordinary Friends , which starts on TV2 this Saturday. David plays a heroic sidekick called The Green Termite, while Matt writes and directs the show.