Monday November 21
Breakfast spoke to Political Commentator Graeme Hunt about the first Colmar Brunton poll out since the election which shows Labour has taken a dive in the popularity stakes.
Breakfast spoke to Raewyn Peart and Dr Sian Pullen about the state of our oceans around New Zealand and calls for an ocean management strategy.
In the big week that was Rugby, Satirist James McOnie just had to share his thoughts on New Zealand's successful bid to host the 2011 Rugby World Cup, also the game against England and the referee's love of his yellow card. He also dragged Harry Potter into his World Cup rant. And, to top it all off, he attempts to break a world record in domino toppling.
Breakfast spoke to the Prime Minister about the government dive in popularity in the latest poll, the win to host the 2011 Rugby World Cup and the latest APEC meeting in South Korea.
Breakfast reporter Jay Harkness with a story about robotic cars.
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to kiwi actor Claire Chitham about her musical theatre debut in Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. The musical runs until December 17 at the Silo Theatre in Auckland. Book at Ticketmaster on (09) 970-9700 or at www.ticketmaster.co.nz.
Gaynor Smith from the House of Travel has recently returned from her OE in Europe. She told Kay Gregory the bascis of preparing to travel overseas and how easy it is to travel around once you are there.