Weatherman Tamati helps out in the studio while Petra and Rawdon have interviews on:
Finance company rises up
Collapsing finance companies decimated the sector and took billions of dollars of investors' money with them, but one finance company appears to be rising from the ashes. Breakfast talks to Dorchester Pacific.
The quake through a childs eyes
Breakfast talks to the NZ Executive Director of UNICEF about its new photography exhibition 'Christchurch: See through my eye', which shares children's views of last year's earthquake.
Tamati Coffey takes a stand
Breakfast talks to weatherman Tamati Coffey about why he's taking a stand in a new marriage equality campaign.
Debating marriage equality
Breakfast talks to psychologist Nigel Latta, who's throwing his weight behind a new marriage equality campaign and Bob McCroskrie from Family First.
Christchurch teachers vote for strike
Breakfast speaks to Christchurch teacher John Lead better after a 15 hundred strong vote by teachers to strike in the new year over the plans for education changes in Canterbury.
Breakfast checks in with National MP Jami-Lee Ross and Labour MP Chris Hipkins for the latest on the Brendan Horan saga.
Catching up with Simple Minds
Australia Correspondent Steve Marshall speaks to Scottish rock band Simple Minds.
Wonders of Wi-Fi
Breakfast checks in with Gadget Guy, John Buckley, who looks at the latest Wi-Fi wonders.
Wrapping up Rawdon's healthy eating
Healthy Food Guide Nutritionist Claire Turnbull checks in to see how Rawdon has done with his healthy eating regime.