Monday April 10
Kay Gregory spoke to Road Transport Forum CEO Tony Friedlander about the decision by Caltex to raise the price it charges its commercial customers for petrol and diesel, but not to raise the price ordinary consumers pay.
Breakfast spoke to Helen Clark about accusations of financial mismanagement within Housing NZ.
Sports Presenter Stephen Stuart discussed the weekend's sport with sports commentator Richard Becht.
Breakfast spoke to former racing commentator Keith Haub, subject of a new book called "From the Horse's Mouth". The book was written by a long-time friend of Haub's, racing journalist Mike Dillon. It offers a rare mix of sporting drama and achievement and gives a fresh insight into the Sport of Kings.
Canadian in-car safety expert Jocelyn Pedder discusses the issues around properly restraining children in cars. She'll be speaking at a special safety forum in Wellington this week organised by Plunket. For more information see http://www.plunket.org.nz/Events_Media_Page.htm
Paul Reynolds regularly appears on the Breakfast to discuss IT issues. This morning he and Paul Henry covered Telecom's announcement last month that it plans to begin laying an ADSL network from the middle of the year. This will enable the faster broadband internet speeds.
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to posture doctor Vic Barker. Dr Barker has written a book called 'Posture Makes Perfect - the missing link in health and fitness'. He believes there is a direct link between poor posture and obesity, osteoarthritis, blood circulation, the ageing process and even eyesight.
Breakfast spoke to Paul Yeo from the Travel Agents Association about the effect the weakening kiwi dollar is having on New Zealanders' travel plans and the impact of the internet on the industry.