Friday 22 July
It's the 30th anniversary of classic kids' show What Now, and we're celebrating with a trip down memory lane! Join us as we chat to iconic presenters Anthony Samuels, Gem & Johnson and Alasdair Kinkaid aka Frank Flash and reminisce on all our favourite moments.
Plus it's National Poetry Day today - there's a bunch of really interesting events happening all over the country . . .
" The Pie Ladies" Jessie Standly and Maree Glading are in the kitchen today, creating lip-smacking gourmet versions of a Kiwi favourite, the big greasy pie. First up is a Beef, Red Wine & Rosemary pie, followed by Apple Rhubarb & Ginger pie for dessert. Delish!
Folk band Rosy Tin Teacaddy take us on a musical adventure with their song "Man of Dust" from new album "All Mountains are Men". Plus, tune in to win your copy.
How can you save a crumbling relationship? Ryan Edwards, Paul Sinclair and Tuari Dawson try to figure it out in our Male Panel.
LA correspondent Nelson Aspen brings us the latest juicy gossip from Hollywood!
The fabulous Dennis Greville is in to talk about the flower that was the pride of gardens in China and Japan: the Camellia! Make sure you read the Australian Women's Weekly Garden Diary for what you should be planting in your gardens this July.
The Museum Hotel's Houstan Barakat gets classy with a Ginger & Peach Bellini to liven up your Friday night.
Matai's back with a list of popular kupu Maori that we all should learn.
And fresh from a year of ballet performances with Ballet de l'Opéra National de Bordeaux in France, Kase Craig returns to New Zealand, putting Brendon in ballet shoes for the last time in his "Dance From France with Kase" series!