Monday January 23
Curious questions about the weather? - met service ambassador Bob McDavitt with the answers.
Stephen Stewart and Richard Becht with chat about the the weekend's sporting highlights.
Breakfast spoke to Acting National Rural Fire Officer John Rasmussen about the spate of fires that kept firefighters busy over the weekend and the fire conditions around the country at the moment. For more information see www.nrfa.org.nz
Looking at the year ahead in terms of international hotspots Kay Gregory talked to international affairs expert from Auckland University Paul Buchanan and Professor of Public Policy at Massey University Marilyn Waring.
Breakfast reporter Jay Harkness with a report about keeping those New Year's resolutions.
Highlights from the World Buskers festival in Christchurch - with Jo Henderson.
Willie Jackson chatted to the Prime Minister this morning on the Breakfast Programme.
Paul Brislen is a regular technology commentator for the Breakfast programme. This morning he and Kay Gregory discussed the recent broadband supply deal signed by Telecom and Telstraclear.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Willie Jackson spoke to Rick Barker - the Minister of Veterans Affairs about the way New Zealand veterans are to be honoured and a national and community level in this year - 2006 The Year of the Veteran.
Gerbich from the House of Travel spoke to Kay about Turino, Italy
the venue for the Winter Olympics.