Is the economy about to flatline?
Nadine previews the GDP figures expected this week with ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley.
No charges for man linked to anti-Muslim film
U.S Correspondent Jack Tame with the latest news over the amateur film "The Innocence of Muslims".
Call to ban cameras from court trials
Breakfast speaks to NZ Law Society's Jonathan Krebs about its call to phase out, or radically change, TV reporting from court.
Key's continuing support for Banks
Breakfast asks John Key why he is standing by John Banks despite clear proof he lied about donations from Megaupload's Kim Dotcom.
Pacific style on the Royal tour
Breakfast goes live to Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver in Honiara as she follows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their Pacific tour.
Sir Peter Blake Trust ambassador
Breakfast talks to Victoria University student Arran Whiteford, one of this year's Sir Peter Blake Trust Antarctic Youth Ambassadors.
Mary Poppins star Matt Lee
Breakfast talks to Australian actor Matt Lee, who will play the lead male role in Mary Poppins, about following in Dick van Dyke's footsteps.
Jenny May on the Silver Ferns
Jenny May Coffin talks to Breakfast about the sporting highlights from the weekend.
Travel guide: Vanuatu, the Pacific's "happy place"
Breakfast speaks to Julia Paley from the House of Travel about the Pacific destination of Vanuatu.