Friday 18 June
Arise Sir Peter Leitch! That's right; the Mad Butcher is in to talk about his knighthood, which he says is for the people. It's also Men's Heath Week and Sir Peter will touch on his own cancer battle.
The Male Panel are talking about jealousy and how it can affect
relationships. Hear what our boys Frank Torley,
Paul Sinclair, Te Rau Kupenga and
Anthony Shone have to say.
- What are your feelings on the subject? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Midwife, mother of three and best-selling author Kathy Fray has a new holistic parenting book coming out next month called Oh Grow Up: Toddlers to Preteens Decoded and she'll share her philosophies with us. You could win a copy of it too! And if you'd like to hear more from Kathy, you can see her at the Parent & Child Show in Wellington this weekend at TSB Arena. We also have tickets to give away to this event so stay tuned.
Find out the latest celebrity news just in time for the weekend with our US entertainment correspondent Nelson Aspen .
is in the studio to sing a few
songs from his album Ovations.
- He is doing a concert in Tauranga on 20 June at Central Baptist Church at 7pm, which is free. Make sure you turn up early to secure a seat.
It's Gifted Awareness Week, and in the studio we have Rose Blackett, educational psychologist and president of the NZ Association for Gifted Children, and Nick Harris, a teenager who will tell us what it's like to be gifted.
Chef Anthony Shone is making smoked chicken and chickpea ragout and a cherry and almond stuffed apples. He's also on the Male Panel.
Gardener Heather Tait is looking at the new
season's roses and colourful acid-loving plants!
- Plants supplied by Oderings.
Living Earth Garden Diary
- Plant new season's fruit trees
- Cover frost sensitive plants
- Get gardening books out of the library
- Good time to divide up rhubarb crowns
What local export is causing a stir in the little East Coast town of Te Kaha, Frank Torley from Country Calendar is along to tell us more about this episode on Saturday night at 7pm on TV ONE, and then he'll join the male panel.
New mums and babies can join in with Anna Gibbons and Active Mums - our daily Swiss-ball fitness programme designed to strengthen pelvic muscles, tone up tummies, legs and arms and improve posture. Tune in every day after ten!