Friday 4 December
Multi award-winning barbershop quartet Musical Island Boys have just put out their second album Once Upon a Time. They're in to tell us all about it, and they'll perform just for us.
Ross Burden is no stranger to cooking under pressure! Fifteen years ago he made it to the final of Masterchef UK, and now he's judging the Kiwi series starting next year. He's in the Good Morning kitchen and making seared scallops with fennel puree, and sashimi of marlin with fennel salad.
The 4th Annual Wellington Toy Run this Sunday raises money for and donates toys to children in need of a better and brighter Christmas (assisted by the Wellington Harley Owners Group). Toy Run organiser Dave Jones is here with other supporters on their bikes to tell us more about it.
Anyone can get involved for this great cause.
Sun 6 Dec, 9:00am
Starts at the Sand Bar Pub, 103 Mana Esplanade, Porirua and ends at Queen's Wharf.
Register on day: $10.00 per person
Enquiries to email@example.com
Singer/songwriter Royala Wilson 's first solo album Don't Mind Me is full of soulful blues with reggae undertones. We'll chat to her about it, and she's in to sing for us.
Are you struggling to find that Christmas present for the man in your life? Interior designer Douglas Hume is here with some ideas.
Gardener Heather Tait has some great tips for getting your herbs ready for summer cooking and she'll chat to us about community gardening.
Living Earth Garden Diary
- Take cuttings of kalmias, gardenias and hydrangeas
- Earth up the Christmas spuds
Herbs courtesy of
California Garden Centre
- The Manukau City Council has more information on the Manukau Teaching Gardens
Initiative or phone the council's call centre on (09)
- Visit the Project Orange Thumb website.
Chef Adam Newell is here with a great accompaniment to all the barbecued meals you'll be making this summer. He's showing us a recipe for a grilled Sicilian caponata.
We talk a lot about relationships on Good Morning, but today Brendon is asking the real experts! Our Out of the Mouths of Babes panellists are back with their youthful wisdom.
Christmas is fast approaching, so today the Male Panel are talking about men, spirituality, and religion. Barry Soper, Te Rau Kupenga, Paul Sinclair and Ross Burden offer their views on the subject.
If you're feeling sluggish, hop off the couch and get ready to shake it with salsa! Marie Mason from Configure Express women's gym us here to show us how.
And it's our last DVD review for the year, so Steve's hooked us
up with some goodies! He's talking about gangster drama
Public Enemies, comedy The Hangover, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, documentary The Last 48 hours of Kurt Cobain, and animation Ice Age 3.