Tuesday July 4
Breakfast spoke to Carters CEO Stuart Munro and Mike Fox from the Registered Master Builders Federation about a new campaign to promote better building practices and improve the quality of the country's homes and buildings. Website: www.fpb.co.nz
Bill Boyd is the newly elected International President of Rotary International. He's just returned from overseas, to where he lives in Auckland. He spoke with Kay. www.rotary.org
Reporter Rocehlle Gillespie spoke to a couple who have lived and worked on Tiritiri Matangi island in the Hauraki Gulf for over two decades.
This morning on Breakfast Francesca Rudkin reviewed the latest album from Keane 'Under the Iron Sea'.
Matthew Pavletich is the publicity officer for the New Zealand Space Flight Association. This morning he spoke to Kay about Sunday's planned launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery. Updates on the countdown can be found at http://www.space.com/spaceshuttle/index.html
Reporter Melissa Davies spoke with Ivan Manriquez of the Break! Breakdancing crew from the U.S. The team of 11 have performed with some of the biggest names in recent music history including Madonna, 50 Cent, Eminem, The Wutang Clan, Cypress Hill, Prodigy, Black Eyed Peas, Britney Spears and Alicia Keys. They spoke of the 30-year history of breakdancing and performed a routine for the Breakfast programme. Break! perform tonight and tomorrow evening at the TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre.
Breakfast spoke to director Anders Falstie-Jenson and actor Eve Gordon from "A night of French Mayhem". The show features two one act comedies by master French satirist Moliere. It's the first time a play by the man described as the French Shakespeare has been performed in New Zealand in 25 years. Website: www.therebelalliance.co.nz