Friday 12 October
Good Morning are proud to present the World's first and only all-girl Johnny Cash band. Catch Liala, Jo and Suzi of The Johnnys with their own twist on the country hero's classics, live this Friday. http://thejohnnysnelson.blogspot.co.nz/
Tali started life on a dairy farm in Taranaki.
Her drum and bass MC'ing skills saw her whisked to London by
world famous musician Roni Size. Many awards and accolades later,
she is back in New Zealand helping develop the dance music scene.
See her perform live.
We launch into Auckland's Diwali weekend with the big Bollywood finisher. Our Indian flashmob head to the roof (Weather permitting) and go wild to the sounds of Kolaveri Di. Don't miss it!
Jazz takes charge of the kitchen this Friday. She's making eggplant dip, sweet Diwali treats and and an affordable meal to fill hungry family bellies.
Interiors guru, LeeAnn Yare is back with more
great ideas for your home. This week we're exploring the clean
lines and simplicity of Scandinavian style.
Here comes the weekend folks! Wendy Douglas is in to help you make the most of it. Don't miss her pick of New Zealand's events... and of course a dose of funnies from the web.
Wallace Chapman, Jason Fa'afoi and David Slack: The Male Panel asks: What does it take to be happy, how important are our relationships for generating smiles and are we responsible for our partner's mood?
Elderly cannabis cultivators, angry Big Bird, soaking wet British Bobbies and the lake so polluted it could kill you. All this and more in Wallace Chapman's weekly media roundup. http://streetandcityphotos.blogspot.co.nz/
The Tempo Dance Festival runs from now until the 21st of
October. This is the Q Theatre, Auckland's annual celebration of
all things dance. The Colours of India give a
taste of what's on offer... they also tie in nicely with our Diwali
theme for the morning!
Lucy Warhurst and the Allen's DVD review, this week: What to Expect When Your Expecting, The Raven and Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta.
This week the government announced the sixty million dollar 'National Science Challenges'. They are asking you, the public, to give your opinions on how science should be used to make New Zealand a better and more prosperous place. Here to discuss is Professor Rod Dunbar and Professor Shaun Hendy.
Bellini Bar Mixologist, Sai Charan is getting ready for spring. The best groomed bar man in New Zealand is up on the TVNZ roof infusing all manner of herbs and spices into another exotic creation. http://www.bellini.co.nz/