Wednesday June 15
Paul Henry spoke to Maori Party Co-Leader Tariana Turia about her reactions to comments about Maori made by New Zealand's High Commissioner to Canada, Graham Kelly.
Breakfast crossed live to US correspondent Tim Wilson outside Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch, for reaction to yesterday's not guilty verdict.
Media commentators Kerre Woodham and Russell Brown discussed the media shaping of the Michael Jackson trial and verdict.
Kay Gregory visited Fieldays, and spoke to John Aspinall from Federated Farmers and Fieldays general manager Barry Quayle about the rural economy and this year's Fieldays agricultural event. Website www.fieldays.co.nz
Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver discussed rumours of Michael Jackson escaping to Marlon Brando's pacific island getaway, and the issues involved when the mega-rich purchase pieces of the Pacific.
Paul Henry spoke to musician Dave Dobbyn, who is about to take his new album, Available Light, on the road, playing in places not normally visited in a national tour, like Katikati and Akaroa
Kay Gregory spoke to two finalists in Fielday's' Rural Bachelor of the Year competition, Tony Buckingham and Geoffrey Colson; and met Natalie Whittaker and Carissa Memby, two models clad in Ag Art Wear - clothes made out of farming equipment