Wednesday February 8
Paul Henry spoke to Political commentator Graeme Hunt about the state of the National party as its MP's gather in Taupo for a retreat.
Kay Gregory spoke to Law Society President Chris Darlow about the pay District Court judges receive.
Jordan is another country that's threatening trade sanctions against countries where the controversial Muhummad cartoons have been published. Paul spoke to Trade Minister Phil Goff for the latest update.
This morning on the Breakfast Programme Paul Henry spoke to Jim Tully and Wendyl Nissen about the media coverage of the Danish cartoon controversy.
Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver discussed the role of mercinaries in Fiji with Kay Gregory this morning.
This morning on Breakfast Paul spoke to the directors of New Zealand's very own version of 'Narnia'. The theatre production called 'Black Ice' runs at the Auckland Town Hall from February 11. Pandemonium Theatre is a company for talented acting graduates. A group of about 20 devised the story over a 12 month period and at each stage the story was presented to an audience for their feedback.
Reporter Edward Cook caught up with two of the stars of our Weightlifting team as they prepare for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
This morning on Breakfast Paul Henry spoke to two particpiants in an upcoming quiz show called 'New Zealand's Brainiest Kids'. The show begins this Saturday at 6.30pm on TV2. For more information visit www.tvnz.co.nz keyword: brainiest.