Friday 15 August
Former rugby league star Monty Betham gave it his all on the field and later in the boxing ring. He'll bare his soul in his new personal and up-front biography, and he's here on our show to tell us all about it.
William Pike was tramping on Mt Ruapehu last year when it erupted. He'll tell us how he handled staring death in the face.
Have you been thinking about returning to work after having your baby but don't know when is the right time? Working mums Sarah Paykel and Kate Ross are here to help you out.
Martin Bosley will be cooking from his brand new recipe book and he'll tell us all about it, and you'll have a chance to win it! He's making beef a la ficelle and parmesan-crusted pilchards on toast with tomatoes and a parsley salad.
When shopping for flatscreen TVs and MP3 players, we're so spoilt for choice. Belinda Allan from Consumer NZ will give us some tips.
Jon Muller will tell us how we can best utilize the shady patches of our garden.
Ben Hoyle has been creating a coastal garden here at Good Morning, and he's going to show us tips with pots and planters, in association with Bunnings Warehouse.
Alia Simpson will discuss matters we may have with our extended family.
False Start, a pop-rock-emo band have just returned from their third tour of Australia. They'll perform throughout the show. False Start tour dates.
The Men's Panel will today be discussing why many men bottle up their feelings, and why.
Westpac chief economist Brendan O'Donovan will be here to educate us on the current housing market.
We'll cross to Beijing and check with John McBeth and Keith Quinn.
Last but never least, Steve Gray will be
reviewing the following DVDs:
The Golden Age of Comedy
The Bucket List
3:10 to Yuma