Monday February 7
Breakfast spoke to Detective Inspector Garth Bryan about police calls for public help solving the Mona Blades murder from 1975.
Breakfast spoke to Pacific Affairs Reporter Barbara Dreaver at the time Cyclone Meena was expected to hit Rarotonga with winds of up to 250 kilometers per hour.
Breakfast spoke to the Prime Minister about the non-eventful Waitangi Day commemorations and whether this is a sign of smoother race relations. Helen Clark also spoke about the government's pledge to get more women into the workforce.
Peter Williams spoke to coach of the Black Sox about their play this weekend at the International Softball tournament in Rotorua.
Paul Brislen is a regular contributor to the Breakfast technology segment. This morning he talked to Paul Henry about the various broadband options available to consumers.
Breakfast spoke this morning to former All Black Manager Andrew Martin, CEO of the Beer Wine and Spirits Council Nicki Stewart and Black Ferns Captain Farah Palmer. The panel debated the place of alcohol in sport ahead of a conference to critically analyse the role that alcohol plays in the New Zealand sporting sphere.
Breakfast spoke to Christchurch travel consultant Roger Thomas about travelling in Thailand and Sri Lanka. He says the best way to help the countries devastated by the Boxing Day tsunami to recover is to travel there. Roger is concerned New Zealanders are being deterred from holidaying in the regions, even though much of Thailand and Sri Lanka remain untouched by the tsunami.