Nadine makes her debut co-hosting Saturday Breakfast while Toni's away so Tamati will be on the couch with Nadine while Sam visits Rotorua for the start of the school holidays.
We'll have interviews on:
Four brothers' Iron Man challenge
Breakfast talks to four brothers (well, three blood-brothers and their best mate) who are competing in the Ironman Melbourne next year, all to help raise funds for Cerebral Palsy.
Teens' vision of NZ in 2050
Breakfast talks to two of the finalists of the Future U competition; secondary school students who have outlined their fascinating visions of New Zealand in 2050.
Reaction to National Standards
Breakfast talks to Jill Corkin, President of the Auckland Primary Principals' Association, following the online publication of National Standards for the first time.
Paper Plus: Author Lisa Scott
Based on her six month stint in India, author Lisa Scott talks to Breakfast about her outrageously funny new book 'Travels with my economist'.
Wowing the judges at WOWA
Breakfast talks to a designer who 'wowed' the crowd at the World of Wearable Art Awards in Wellington.
Yates Garden Guide: Growing Edibles
In this week's Yates Garden Guide, our gardening expert teaches us how to grow your own edibles and also keep the kids occupied these school holidays
And also a story by Christchurch reporter Holly Carran on Antarctica and it's time for part two of 'Come Dine with Saturday Breakfast' as Tamati throws a Bollywood style dinner party.