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Weekdays at 9am | TV ONE

Monday 23 March


Steve Gray has gossip sizzling off the press thanks to Women's Weekly magazine.

Lorraine Downes has recently tied the knot with ex New Zealand cricketer Martin Crowe but she's also going to be busy with the Wheels of Courage Celebrity Challenge for the Child Cancer Foundation, the same foundation she represented on Dancing with the Stars. She'll be here to tell us more.

The new TV2 series Time Trackers zooms across the prehistoric past, the future and the present and three teenagers save the world from time-viruses that could destroy the world's greatest inventions! An android on board is actor Vaughan Slinn who plays the role of Stuart, but today he's on board the Good Morning ship. Don't miss the next episode this Saturday at 4pm on TV2.

Fashion editor Carolyn Enting's here to tell us how we can dress smart for winter and shell give us some fabulous tips to reinvent your wardrobe in creative and practical ways, including clothes swapping.

New Zealand band Cassette has just released their second album The Jingle King and are on the road touring. They'll perform for us and stop in for a chat.

Cassette's tour dates:
Thursday, 26th Christchurch - Al's Bar
Friday, 27th Dunedin - Carey's Bay Historic Hotel
Saturday, 28th Catlins - Woodstock Lodge  

Our kaiako Matai Smith back to recap on his last lesson then hell teach us terms of endearment in te reo. If you have a te reo Maori question for Matai, please email us gmchat@tvnz.co.nz

Chef Anthony Shone's here with a mouthwatering saffron, chorizo and clam soup and polenta croutons.

Psychic medium Sue Nicholson's making future predictions for some of our curious viewers. If you'd like to do a reading on air with Sue please click here.

Music Reviewer Simon Sweetman's here with some must-have classics including Duran Duran and Buddy Holly.

Sports commentators John McBeth and Keith Quinn are here with the latest happenings in our sports world.

Bubbly and bouncy fitness instructor Julz Darroch;s going to get our blood circulating with a high-impact workout.


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