Europe Correspondent Paul Hobbs updates Breakfast on the latest from Europe.
The accidental death of a patient at North Shore hospital has again put medical misadventure in the spotlight. Breakfast asks health researcher Dr Katharine Wallis if the problem is common.
Moa's new "Breakfast Beer" has been attacked as marketing alcohol to alcoholics. Breakfast discusses the controversy with Moa's Sunil Unka and Doug Sellman from the National Addiction Centre.
CERA CEO Roger Sutton
Orion CEO Roger Sutton has been appointed chief executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. Breakfast speaks with Sutton about the big task ahead getting Canterbury back on track again.
New Music Strategy
New Zealand on Air has announced a major overhaul of the way they fund music. The focus shifts from albums to singles, which the funding body hopes will give more artists the opportunity to record great songs.
Jerry Moe from Betty Ford
An expert from the Betty Ford Centre is in Christchurch to explain how the recent earthquakes affect addicts and their families.
Jackass star Steve-O
"Jackass" star and all round mad man Steve-O sits down with Breakfast ahead of his appearance at the NZ International Comedy Festival.
Reporter Round Up
With Ali, Matty, Charlotte.
Actress Hannah Marshall
After enrolling in university Hannah Marshall soon discovered her passion for acting. A string of TV appearances followed and now she's landed a gig on 'Packed to the Rafters'. Breakfast speaks to Marshall about her new role as the free-spirited Loretta.
Breakfast talks to an expert of Japanese cuisine about what makes great Sushi.