Friday June 4
Jeanette Fitzsimons, Green party Co-Leader discusses the party's strategy for the next election, which will see the Greens putting all their energy into securing the party vote at the expense of gaining any electorate seats. It means the party will need to get over the 5% threshold to get back into parliament. www.greens.org.nz
Sherp Tucker, Incident Controller joins us with an update on search for the missing Japanese tourist along the West Coast. 65 year old Mikimoro Nakanishi hasn't been seen since leaving Greymouth in a rental car nearly a week ago.
Graham Lowe is a rugby league commentator and a former owner of the Vodafone Warriors league team. He gave his opinion to Peter Williams on Head Coach Daniel Anderson's departure from the team. The Warriors' website is at: http://warriors2004.cjb.net/
Weekly social commentator Joe Bennett discussed the Chinese central governments closure of almost 16 000 unlicensed internet cafes and our newly selected All Blacks.
Mark Sainsbury is the One News political correspondent. He gave Alison Mau a round-up of the week's political events.
Alison Mau spoke to Ken Uprichard about being selected to represent New Zealand in the sport of archery at the Olympics in Athens.
Aline Garel is one of the international judges at this weekend's WHISKAS National Cat Show being held on June 5 and 6 at the ASB Stadium in Kohimarama. The two cats that were shown on Breakfast were an Oriental and a Maine Coone.