Friday December 1
Barbara Dreaver is One News' Pacific Correspondent. She is currently in Fiji, from where she spoke with Kay Gregory about the current political situation there.
Peter Dunne is the leader of the United Future party, and the Minister of Revenue. He spoke to Paul Henry about his idea of a multi-party summit on climate change.
Kay Gregory spoke to the Prime Minister about the likelihood of a military coup in Fiji this afternoon.
Kay Gregory talked to Auckland University Anthropologist Dr Richard Moyle and documentary maker Briar March about their trip to Takuu Island, they will be documenting the last days of this remote island before it sinks.
On Breakfast the Week in Review panel David Slack and Michelle A'court talked to Paul Henry about the week's big stories, threats of a military coup in Fiji, Don Brash is out, John Key is in, and hospital laboratory workers strike over pay while politicians give themselves a pay rise.
Francesca Mold is One News' deputy political editor. She gave Paul Henry a summary of the last week in politics.
To mark World Aids Day, Breakfast spoke to Jane Brunning of the group Positive Women about living with HIV and the group's goals.
Breakfast spoke to the Dog and Lemon car guide creator Clive Matthew-Wilson about the latest edition, which marks the tenth anniversary for the publication.
The Movember fund-raising campaign ended yesterday having raised well over half a million dollars towards prostate cancer research. Breakfast spoke to former cricketer Simon Doull about the campaign and the return of the moustache along with Nick Clelland-Stokes who was crowned Mr Movember at a gala event last night. More details can be found at: www.movember.com/nz