Wednesday April 27
Breakfast spoke to freelance journalist and author, Hugh de Lacy about the latest turns in the Berryman saga. The Berrymans were blamed for not maintaining a bridge on their property that collapsed killing a beekeeper in 1994. The couple's lawyer Rob Moodie has accused of contempt of court by the Defence Force, who originally built the bridge, after he published a confidential army report on the internet. Mr de Lacy wrote a book on the saga which was published three years ago called Into the Abyss.
This morning on Breakfast Jim Tully and Irene Gardiner discussed the hefty and extensive media coverage given to commeration events - sharpest in mind is Gallipoli.
In this week's mayoral discussion we look at some of the initiatives Napier City Council has been putting into place there and find out how ANZAC Day commemorations went in both the Hawke's Bay and Dunedin with Napier City Mayor Barbara Arnott and Dunedin City Mayor Peter Chin.
Breakfast spoke with Stephen K Amos - a British comedian whoo'll be appearing as part of the Oddfellows New Zealand International Comedy Festival. www.comedyfestival.co.nz
This morning on Breakfast Neil Perry - the celebrated chef and owner of Sydney's multi award winning Rockpool restaurant chatted about modern Australian cooking, dining experience and his latest book "The Food I Love."