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Monday 15 September


Actor Te Kohe Tuhaka joins us to talk about being Shortland Street's bad boy Kingi and also his other roles teaching kids about healthy cooking.

Sarah's been adventuring in Hastings over the weekend and has a back-stage pass to the Blossom Festival Parade  . She'll chat to Mayor Lawrence Yule, Sandra Hazlehurst and veteran Float Maker Kevin Smith.

Australian manic mimes The Umbilical Brothers  , Shane Dundas and David Collins talk about their upcoming tour of NZ. For more information click here.

The Umbilical Brothers will then join our first lady of fitness Julz Darroch for a round of high energy exercise.

If you feel ignored when you enter fashion stores never fear because Plus Sized Image Consultant Michelle Bailey is here to arm you with tips and tricks so you can shop with confidence.

We speak to biographer Joanne Drayton about the mystery behind crimewriter Ngaio Marsh. You can find more about the Going West festival here: http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/artcul/ae/goingwest/index.asp

Its NZ Book Month  and Steve is out at Te Papa with Wellington Band Rosy Tin Teacaddie  who have put some poetry by Anna Smail to music. 

If you have children with Food Allergies make sure you tune in for Nicola Clissold who will be sharing her experiences, tips and recipes for Allergy Free Cooking- including yummy chocolate cupcakes! Download the recipes.

Music reviewer Stacey Morrison is back and has the latest hot tracks, plus the chance to win a copy of Ne-Yo's album 'Year of the Gentleman'.

Te Reo expert Matai Smith is back and today he'll be teaching us words and phrases relating to sickness and health. 

Kate Larkindale and Graeme Tuckett review 'The Forbidden Kingdom' and 'The Counterfeiters'.

Steve Gray will have the latest goss fresh from the pages of the New Zealand Woman's Weekly.


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