Friday May 19
Breakfast spoke to Tina Johnson who was crowned the inaugural Miss Africa New Zealand last weekend in Auckland and Nelish Chauhan last year's winner of Mr India New Zealand. Website: www.africaonline.co.nz / www.mrindianz.com
Ali Ikram spoke to Rugby Guru Keith Quinn about tonight's Super 14 semi final between the Hurricanes and the Waratahs.
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to Hari Kunzru who is in New Zealand as part of the Witsunday writers festival.
Comedians Those Indian Guys Tarun and Raj spoke to those indian guys about their act and being Indians in New Zealand.
The Berryman's won a step in their on-going court battle with the High Court ruling their application for a judicial review (into whether another inquest can be held) should not be struck out. Their Laywer Rob Moodie spoke to Ali Ikram.
On Breakfast this morning we had reaction to budget announcements regarding transport. Auckland Mayor Dick Hubbard commented on the money that is being targetted for Auckland, Chris Olsen is from Roading NZ, the industry representative body for a wide range of contracting companies whose core business involves building and maintaining New Zealand's roading and land transport infrastructure - he gave a wider perspective and reaction.
On Breakfast this Morning we spoke to Political Editor Guyon Espiner about the political ramifications of the budget.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme David Slack and Michele A'court chatted about the news happenings over the last week.