Monday October 30
This morning on Breakfast Kay Gregory spoke to Peter Neilson from NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development about Helen Clark's proposal to make New Zealand a world leader in reducing the effects of global warming.
Paul Henry spoke to NZ Idol winner Matt Saunoa. The 21-year-old singer won a recording contract, car and $50,000.
Breakfast spoke to Prime Minister Helen Clark about Labour's annual conference in Rotorua and her call for a "bold response to climate change". In her keynote speech Helen Clark promised new policies to steer New Zealand towards an environmentally sustainable future.
Stephen Stuart and Richard Becht wrapped up the weekend's sporting highlights.
Kerry Dalton is the C.E.O. of the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux. Bernard Tairea is a volunteer C.A.B. advisor. They appeared on the programme to discuss the work of C.A.B., following the organisation's annual conference over the weekend.
Paul Brislen is an IT journalist who regularly appears on the Breakfast programme. This morning he and Paul Henry discussed the software application BitTorrent, which enables the downloading of ad-free TV. www.bittorrent.com
Tom Clark is a member of Freemasons New Zealand, which is organising a free, nation-wide series of men's health seminars. Dr Lannes Johnson will be speaking at some of those seminars. www.freemasons.co.nz
Rochelle Gillespie headed to the outlying islands of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands. She went on a lagoon cruise and ate traditional food on a secluded island. It's the location for the latest series of the reality show Survivor.