Friday 23 November
Fresh out of Taranaki, Soulovus are a
nine-piece reggae outfit with a reputation for wowing the crowds.
They're currently on a national tour celebrating the release of the
album "Love Foundation". Catch them live on Good Morning!
The Good Morning Confessionals continue! Find out about celebrity's belly buttons and the colour of their underwear.
Robin Hinkley is the creative mind behind
"Sharkness", he's currently touring to celebrate the release of his
new album "Coat of Arms". See him perform live on Good Morning
ahead of his Auckland gig this weekend.
Sunday Star Times Lifestyle Columnist Laura
Faire is back! After a few months out on baby duty Laura
is ready to roll; she's in with a couple of breakfast recipes
designed to be shared with friends.
The International Rodeo heads to Hamilton this week. To
celebrate, Good Morning has invited professional Australian rodeo
clown Big Al Wilson in for a chat.
This week our Male Panel are taking control... of the entire World. Wallace Chapman, Willie Jackson, David Slac and Leigh Hart discuss what they would do if they were in charge. All hail the planet's new overlords!
The World is a very strange place, just ask Wallace
Chapman. This week on his media roundup: A do-gooding
Scottish Giraffe, The Worlds' poorest president and So Many Dumb
Ways to Die.
Everyone knows that the best thing about summer is the
garden parties, relaxing into the small hours with a couple of
friends and some wine... This week our interiors expert
LeeAnn Yare has gone exterior. She can help you
set the mood for a perfect outdoor bash.
Jazz is spoiling us this morning, she's making nothing but puddings: White Chocolate Gelato and a three milk cake. You'll need a pen, these will be great to have up your sleeve for Christmas!
Do you have plans for the weekend? If not then Wendy Douglas can help, she's in with a rundown of NZ's best events... Plus funny videos from the web.
Lucy Warhurst and the Allen's DVD review. This week: A festive tale from "Arthur Christmas", romantic comedy "Late Bloomers" and ''Magic Mike'.
John Tamihere is making a return to politics;
he plans to run for parliament in the next general elections. But
which party will he stand for? What does he think are the important
issues we want tackled? Catch John live on Good Morning this
Laura Lopez Lopez, Mixologist from the Q
Theatre Bar in Auckland helps us ring in the weekend with a