Weatherman Sam has a treat for Coldplay fans, while Tamati and Nadine have interviews on:
Unemployment's jumped up to 7.3% but the PM and the Finance Minister still say there's no crisis. We talk to Careers NZ, the agency on the frontline about the true situation and the best thing people can do to get a job.
Pressure on gaming trusts
After the recent closure of beneficial community projects due to lack of funding from gambling trusts, Breakfast talks to the Lion Foundation about how they distribute money for community projects, and the pressure they are under to front up with funds if the Government doesn't.
Heroes in Foster Care
It's Foster care Awareness week; Breakfast explores the need for foster care throughout the country and asks a veteran caregiver what motivates her to help.
Weekly Challenge: Haircutting
Scissors in hand and slightly-nervous-models in the chairs; Nadine and Tamati play hairdresser for a day in this week's challenge.
Best gadgets for gifts
Breakfast checks in with Gadget Guy, John Buckley, who's got the tablet toys on the market, just in time for Christmas.
Sir Ray Avery on a special book
Breakfast speaks to Sir Ray Avery about the new book he is introducing which contains words of wisdom from great New Zealanders.
Six60 in the studio
Fresh off a successful US tour and big wins at the NZ Music Awards, Six60 join Breakfast to explain their upcoming one-off shows and its unique twists and also their summer tour plans.
Yates Garden Guide
Our gardening guru announces the winner of the presenters' gardening challenge and shows us new trends to hit the gardening world.