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Breakfast: Saturday, April 21

Published: 5:23PM Friday April 20, 2012 Source: Breakfast

Join Saturday Breakfast with Gordon Harcourt, Toni Street and weatherman Sam Wallace from 7-9am.

Cigarette plain packaging: Unstuck by the TPP?

The Government's decided to push ahead with plain packaging for cigarettes, but could their plan come unstuck as a result of New Zealand's involvement in trade talks? Breakfast talks to First Union General Secretary Robert Reid, whose group's been involved in keeping an eye on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.

Crafar Farms debate

The Government's approved the sale of the Crafar Farms to Shanghai Pengxin. We look at the pros and cons with Auckland Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Michael Barnett and Alan McDonald from the Crafar Farms Purchase Group .

Return of the Pink Ribbon Breakfast

May sees the return of the Pink Ribbon Breakfast - a fundraiser that helps support women living with or recovering from breast cancer. The Breast Cancer Foundation's medical advisor Dr Phyllida Cotton-Barker joins us, along with chef extraordinaire Al Brown, who's lending his name to the cause.

Saturday Challenge

Gordon, Toni and Sam compete to try and make the best cocktails.

Breakers fever

Breakfast reviews the Breakers' second grand finals playoff match against the Perth Wildcats with former Breaker and the club's community partnerships manager Hayden Allen.

The latest big thrillers

Breakfast talks about the latest big thrillers with Paper Plus reviewer Craig Atkinson.

One Direction: Extended interview

Breakfast's extended interview with boy-band and pop sensation One Direction, who are playing two concerts in New Zealand this weekend.

Rock band INXS

Rock group INXS are in Hamilton to perform at the V8s. We catch up with drummer Jon Farriss.

Black Sticks' bid for Olympic glory

With the women's Black Sticks on track for another Four Nations finals clash with Australia this weekend, Breakfast catches up with coach Mark Hager and star striker Gemma Flynn.

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