Professor Lynn Ferguson is the Head of the Discipline of Nutrition at The University of Auckland. She talked to Breakfast about how the sorts of food we eat can work with our genetic make up to reduce the risk of developing particular diseases. Professor Ferguson is part of a public lecture series Nutrition: More Than a Good Square Meal - being held by the Liggins Institute. For more information go to the website.
Gavin Ellis is the former editor of the NZ Herald and a media researcher. He talked to Breakfast about the government's announced changes to make it harder for people to get name suppression in court.
Overnight highlights from action at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Breakfast talks to US Correspondent Tim Wilson, to catch up on the lastest news making headlines in the States
Oliver Goldsmith is the doyen of British spectacle makers, having crafted eyewear for Michael Caine, John Lennon and Pirncess Diana. He explains why the retro look is back in fashion.
Gin Wigmore is back in New Zealand for tomorrow night's music awards, where she is up for six awards. She stops in for a catch up and to tell Breakfast about past year in LA, firing her band and manager and buying her first home.
Auckland - Town Hall - Saturday 9
Hamilton - Founders Theatre - Sunday 10
Palmerston North - Regent on Broadway - Tuesday 12
Wellington - Opera House -Wednesday 13
Christchurch - Town Hall - Saturday 16
Dunedin - Regent Theatre - Sunday 17
Dinner for Schmucks
LA Correspondent Dominic Bowden interviewed Steve Carrell on his latest comedy film Dinner for Schmucks.