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Weekdays from 6.00am | TV ONE

Tuesday May 23


Irene King, CEO of the Aviation Industry Association and Lois Hutchinson CEO of the Transport Accident Investigation Commission discuss concerns raised about TAIC's ability to properly investigate aviation accidents. 

Tainui Chairman Tukoroirangi Morgan discusses the 40th anniversary coronation celebrations for the Maori Queen at Turangawaewae. 

They were first place it the Pacifica Beats Rock Quest, they're about to star in their own television series, they've opened for UB40 in Tonga. They're Spacifix, a group of young, vibrant musicians barely out of high school, and today they spoke to Paul and Kay about their plans for world domination, and performed live in the Breakfast studio. The band is this week taking their pacific beats to Auckland schools. For more information: www.spacifix.co.nz 

This morning on Breakfast film reviewer Francesca Rudkin gave her thoughts on the new record from English pop-rock band Gomez called 'How We Operate'. 

Kay Gregory speaks to NZ Gardener Editor Lynda Hallinan who is in London for the Chelsea Flower Show. 

Breakfast spoke to Consumer Institute's David Russell about the reasons and rules for towing, and how much you should be expected to pay depending on whether you are parked on public or private property. 

Funnymen Dai Henwood and Rhys Darby have teamed up to produce a hilarious show called the Everymen. They spoke to Paul Henry in character about their show and why women are running the country. WWW.PFUNK.CO.NZ 

Kay Gregory spoke to Simon Wilson, Cuisine Editor about the Guide to Great Eating in New Zealand - a book covering 400 of the country's best restaurants and cafes.


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