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Thursday November 23

Breakfast spoke to John Alexander from the Eden Park Trust Board about their last ditch effort to make Eden Park the site to host the Rugby World Cup in 2011. Tonight the Auckland City Council votes on the issue, tomorrow the Auckland Regional Council gets their turn.

Rodney Hide is the leader of the ACT party. He spoke to Breakfast about his belief that the government has forced a rushed decision from local government on where the Rugby World cup stadium should be built.

Breakfast spoke to Hamilton Mayor Michael Redman about his city receiving resource consent to host Australia's V8 Supercar Championship. The city is to host the annual street race from 2008 to 2014.

Dr Tim Dewhirst is a marketing expert from the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. He has been brought to New Zealand by the Cancer Society, the Smokefree Coalition, and ASH, to speak at a seminar on the marketing of the "light and mild' cigarettes.

This morning on Breakfast film reviewer Francesca Rudkin shared her thoughts on Kenny, an Australian comedy starring Shane Jacobson.

Breakfast spoke to Health Correspondent Lorelei Mason about a new study that reveals many heart patients have undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes.

This morning Breakfast spoke to filmmaker Taika Waititi and musician Warren Maxwell, two of the five winners of a $25,000 Arts Foundation grant for young and talented artists to invest in their careers.

This morning on Breakfast, Kay Gregory spoke to gardening expert Linda Hallinan about getting your garden ready for summer.