Friday April 21
Kay Gregory spoke to Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver in the Solomon Islands about the situation there after more New Zealand police were called in to help quell protestors.
Kay Gregory spoke to Dr Sanga, a lecturer at Vic Uni in Education, a Solomons Islander and a NZ taxpayer about the situation there.
Paul Henry spoke to the former Indian High Commissioner to NZ Harish Dogra about his refusal to return home. Yesterday India formally withdrew his diplomatic accreditation and named his successor.
Today is the 80th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. To mark the occasion Breakfast had a visual montage of her life so far and spoke to Noel Cox, Chairman of the Monarchist League of New Zealand.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme David Slack and Michele A'court discussed the happenings of the previous week.
Political Editor Guyon Espiner spoke to Breakfast about New Zealand reaction to the situation in the Solomons and Don Brash's delegation to the US to look at the relationship between the two countries.
Reporter Jo Henderson had the story of New Zealand's top chefs on their way to Singapore to compete in the equivalent of the culinary olympics. This is the first time New Zealand has been invited to compete in the prestigious event.
Kay Gregory met with silversmith Halfdan Hansen for an exclusive unveilling of the Telecom Virtual Super 14 trophy and to check out the original Super14 trophy.
Ev Lubinska & Richard Rowland from The One World Project explain their project which is about sharing experiences of living in different communities around the world via a website. While in New Zealand they'll be working with different schools around the country promoting education and understanding. For more information see www.theoneworld.org