Monday November 20
Breakfast spoke to the SPADA New Filmmakers of the Year Jeff and Phill Simmonds. The animators received this prestigious award during the past weekend's film and television conference.
Breakfast spoke to Detective Senior Sergeant Neil Grimstone from Counties-Manukau Police about the latest fatal attack in South Auckland. Police are now investigating their 10th homicide in five months.
David Gollings is a New Zealander in Tonga for business who's been forced to cut short his trip because of the recent political unrest. Breakfast spoke to him shortly before he flew back to New Zealand.
This morning Breakfast spoke with the Chief Executive of the Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand, Fiona Luhrs, about a survey of tourism operators that shows 96 percent of respondents oppose the suggestion of bed or airport taxes. Luhrs says the extra costs outweigh the benefits the event may bring.
Stephen Stuart and Richard Becht wrapped up the weekend in sport.
Paul Henry talked to Santo Cilauro, one of the authors of San Sombrero, the new spoof travel guide published by Jetlag.
Paul reynolds is an IT commentator who regularly appears on the Breakfast programme. This morning he and Kay Gregory discussed the standard of broadband delivery overseas, and Microsoft's new search engine 'live.com.'
With the festive season approaching, Breakfast talked to psychologist John Aiken about the importance of taking holidays. New research from Air New Zealand suggests New Zealanders don't take enough holidays, and feel guilty when they do.
Reporter Melissa Davies travelled to Dubai to check out this thriving desert city.