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Friday 3 July


Ljubenka Milunovic started out as a regular sized model then shot to stardom as an International fuller-figure supermodel! Sarah was lucky enough to catch up with her in Sydney recently to talk about life on the catwalk. She'll also show us how to strike poses to flatter all your features.

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You'd be hard pressed to find someone who didn't know where the phrase 'If it wasn't for those meddling kids!' came from! Now kiwi kids are getting the chance to enjoy the Scooby Doo Stage show which is touring nationally this month. Scooby Doo and Shaggy are on the couch for a chat and they'll perform for us!

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Musicians Richard Adams (frontman of the Nairobi Trio) and Nigel Gavin have collaborated musically for two decades and they released their first duet album 'Recent Works' last month. They're in to perform 'Sacred Hill' and 'Daisy Chain' just for us!  They're also performing tonight at Old St. Pauls, Wellington tonight 3 July (their performance is due to start at 7.30pm).
Door sales only - no EFTPOS. Bar service and snacks available also. Kick off with Hot Club Sandwich at 5.30pm ends 8.30pm. $20

If you adore all creatures great and small, then you're in for a treat this Sunday because Animal Academy returns to our screens. Here to profile the series is park ranger and presenter Jeremy Maguire. He'll be joined by Gunna the Border Collie.

Ni-Vanuatu couple John and Meriam David are among thousands of Pacific Islanders who travel to New Zealand each year for seasonal work opportunities. This week's episode of Country Calendar follows the couple from their village in Vanuatu to the sunny Bay of Plenty. Frank Torley is in to tell us more! He's also joining the male panel.

Unemployment is on the rise, and today on the Male Panel we're discussing the impact redundancy could have on our relationships. Barry Soper, Paul Sinclair, Te Rau Kupenga and Frank Torley think they have all the answers!

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Being given the silent treatment is never pleasant, especially in the bedroom, so how do you approach your partner about piping up? Sexologist Dr. Michelle Mars and Blair Bishop are here to enlighten us!

Craft expert Sue Tyler's showing us that wool ain't just for jumpers! She's showing us how to make amazing wool-beads to turn into a fab new necklace.

It's still cold and we're still into the comfort food& Chef Paul Rowan's in the kitchen with a couple of recipes to warm your tum and they are De-lish-ious! He's making Cornish Pasties and Smoked Fish Chowder.

We'll kick your winter blues to the curb with a Fight Do workout with Hayley Schischka from Configure Express Women's Gym.

Westpac chief economist Brendan O'Donovan is with us to discuss the state of the New Zealand economy. Will the doom and gloom continue?

After today most children are at home on holiday and, while it's cold, Gardener Heather Tait reckons kids quite like to get out and get growing! She'll be here with some fun gardening ideas for the kids.


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