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Friday 4 March

Phil Goff

A very warm welcome to the Honourable Phil Goff , who was in Christchurch when the quake hit. He's been in Christchurch this last week, and we'll hear about his experience with the people there.

Bridget Douglas from Variety, Jade Tang from The Big Idea and Lucinda Mathieson from Run4Chch pay us a visit to talk about alternative ways you can help fundraise for the people of Christchurch.

Psychologist Duncan Thomson, the Honourable Phil Goff, and leader of the Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit Charles Waldegrave QSO discuss how Kiwis will cope and how they should support each other going forward as a result of the Christchurch earthquake.

Clinical psychologist Dr Duncan Thomson explains why sometimes disasters can bring out the best in all of us. If you have been affected by the Christchurch earthquake and you have a question for Duncan please email us at

Silver Fern Liana Leota joins us in the studio with daughter Brooklyn. She'll chat to us about the Southern Steel and the ANZ Netball Championship & her wedding last year to her childhood sweetheart Johnny.

Who wore it better? Entertainment correspondent Nelson Aspen returns with a bit of light relief from the Oscars.

And recently married chef Laura Faire has plenty to whet your appetite with a spaghetti marinara, tomato bruschetta, and a tomato salad with fennel seed vinaigrette.

And on Monday 7 March we're raising cash for Christchurch with a special tribute show with the Lady Killers- Tina Cross, Taisha, Jackie Clarke and Suzanne Lynch! Tune in from 9am-12noon. All proceeds go to Christchurch (Red Cross).

Christchurch Earthquake numbers to call:

Anyone wanting information about emergency centres or government assistance should ring 0800 779 997.

The Red Cross number for people worried about friends and family in Christchurch is 0800 RED CROSS or 0800 733 276.

Plunket has set up a line for people concerned about children. The number is 0800 939 922.

People seeking counselling services should ring 0800 LIFELINE or 0800 5433 5463