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Growing the economy
Breakfast speaks to John Ballingall from NZIER about a report they have put out pointing out ways New Zealand can grow its export economy.
ChristChurch Cathedral demolition stopped
Breakfast speaks to the lawyer for the Christchurch Anglican Church about the High Court ruling which states the ChristChurch Cathedral will not be demolished.
Christchurch prepares for royals
Breakfast speaks to Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker about the city's preparation for Prince Charles and Camilla's visit.
Calls to make Holocaust studies compulsory
Breakfast talks to Inge Woolf, Holocaust Centre of New Zealand director, and Dr Mark Sheehan, Victoria University senior history lecturer, about calls to make Holocaust studies compulsory in the secondary school curriculum.
All Blacks take on Italy
Europe Correspondent Garth Bray talks to All Black Liam Messam about his teams chances against Italy this weekend.
Prince Charles, Camilla in Christchurch
Petra joins us from Christchurch where the royal couple is nearing the end of their New Zealand tour.
Weird Wide Web
Breakfast plunges into the Weird Wide Web with "Procrastination Reporter" Tim Wilson. He talks us through his pick of wacky web clips for the week, including the real reason cats are better than dogs and how to 'reverse scare' someone.
Breakfast catches up with Film Critic Dominic Corry who reviews Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2.