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Monday 14 June


It's Men's Health Week this week and a new campaign launched encourages men to take more responsibility of their health.  Dr Dave Baldwin and MH ambassador Cocksey.

Rima Te Wiata is one of New Zealand's most diverse performers, succeeding on the stage and screen. But now she is about to star in the premiere of her new show Sonnets Unplugged - This Holy Fire of Love,  a fully orchestrated one-hour drama featuring the NZSO - sounds huge!  If you'd like to win tickets to the show, keep watching.

We will meet young female singer Courtney Janssen , who is determined to make her dreams come true. She'll perform on the show today.
- If you'd like to donate funds to help Courtney, post to: PO Box 58-518, Botany, Manukau 2163, Auckland or email her on kpmj@xtra.co.nz

Music reviewer Stacey Morrison looks at what is hot in the New Zealand charts.

The 19th FIFA World Cup started over the weekend. Keith Quinn and John McBeth look at the winners and losers, as well as the first All Blacks test of the year against Ireland.

New Zealand Woman's Weekly food editor Helen Jackson is making chocolate and raspberry-crumble cupcakes, and apple and blueberry shortcake crumbles - scrumptious!

Liam Ryan has been to the latest movies on offer.  The A-Team , Sex and the City 2 and the new Jermaine Clement film Gentleman Broncos are featured.

Want to get that seductive smoky-eyed look?  Makeup artist Michelle Perry has a five-minute makeover for you.

Psychic medium Sue Nicholson is here to answer your angel questions.

How much would you need to spend to have a completely new outfit?  We sent stylist Lisa O'Neill to do the Dress-Smart Challenge - we'll find out how she did.

We hear the latest gossip from the New Zealand Woman's Weekly magazine with deputy editor Fiona Fraser.

This week we are starting a new exercise segment this week.  Anna Gibbons takes you through her low-impact Active Mums Swiss-ball programme for new mums.


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