Wednesday April 26
The Solomons Island parliament is expected to vote on a motion of no confidence in the Prime Minister later today. Kay Gregory spoke to Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver and businessman Alastair Martin about this.
Christchurch Central MP Tim Barnett who supported the Civil Union Act's passage through parliament, and Amanda McGrail from the Maxim Institute discuss the one year anniversary of the legislation coming into effect.
Reporter Edward Cook spoke to Rob Brangwin in his attempt to cycle the length of the country without spending a cent.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme media commentators Wendyl Nissen and Jim Tully discussed the media treatment of Anzac Day.
Kay Gregory spoke to american cardiologist Dr Thomas Levy about preventing and reversing heart disease. He'll be speaking at the Bruce Mason Centre, Takapuna at 7.30 tonight.
Paul Henry spoke to two youth involved in a week long Youth Environment Forum being held at parliament this week.
Breakfast spoke to New Zealand's one and only joyologist Pat Armitstead about why she's chosen to dedicate her life to making people laugh, her motivational courses dubbed the 'Humour-versity' and the first New Zealand Humour Awards.
Breakfast was treated to a special performance from International Jazz Musician George Washingmachine.