Top Shows

Good Morning

Weekdays at 9am | TV ONE

Friday 9 April


Aotearoa's very own Anika Moa is with us to perform songs from her fantastic new album Love in Motion She'll also talk with us about married life and turning 30! Keep watching to win a copy.

- Anita is also performing free of charge at Westfield Shopping Centres: Westfield Queensgate (Lower Hutt) today at 7pm; Westfield Riccarton (Christchurch) tomorrow at 1pm. And also outside Marbecks on Cuba Mall today in Wellington at 1pm.

Psychic medium Kelvin Cruickshank 's autobiography Walking in Light was a best seller and he's here to share stories from his latest book, Bridging the Gap. Keep watching to win a signed copy of this book.

Celebrity insider Nelson Aspen has all the news straight from Times Square!

Fashion designer Annah Stretton is going to show us why investing in convertible clothing is so beneficial and how it will take you from season to season and day to night.

The wedding season may have died down but the planning never ceases! Lisa Booth is the organiser of Wedding Wonderland and she's here to tell us more about the expo and about what's hot for weddings right now. Stay tuned to win an incredible Fijian honeymoon prize!

Chef Anthony Shone is with us to create a fantastic roasted pumpkin and feta ravioli. He's cooking with the wonderful Taylor!

The Male Panel will tell us what men prefer and why - Kiwi lasses or Aussie sheilas!

Gardener Dennis Greville is here with great advice on easy to grow plants for cool and warm rooms and share his picks of shrubs and trees to plant this autumn.

King's Seeds Garden Diary
- Plant Spring-flowering bulbs and seedlings
- Try growing fragrant dianthus 'Rainbow Loveliness'.
- Sow foxgloves, 'Foxy' or 'Strawberry Merton'
- Grow Lupin 'Sunrise'

Plants borrowed from Oderings.

Avril Ringrose from City Fitness is back for another Buggyfit workout - and today it's all about the squat!

This Saturday's Country Calendar profiles Danny Arbuckle and wife Janine, who run a forestry contracting business. Every day is a challenge and the work is not for the fainthearted. Frank Torley is with us to explain.


Advertisement

Advertisement