Monday 19 March
It's World Purple Day, and to help raise awareness, All Black
Cory Jane is joining us with his family to tell
their heartbreaking story of living with epilepsy.
For more information on epilepsy and what you can do to help, head to www.epilepsy.org.nz.
He's performed with Taylor Swift and Natasha Bedingfield, now
American busker-turned-singer songwriter Andy
Grammer is releasing his own debut album! We're
celebrating with him in the studio to celebrate and giving away 3
Fluffy arms and fugly outfits - stylist and blogger
Bronwyn Williams is in with her take on
international fashion week! You can check out more fashion
week trends at www.style.com.
All models kindly supplied by Nova Model Management, for more information head to www.novamodels.co.nz.
We're getting craft lessons from City Down and Karla Hansen, the tattooed founders of Kraftbomb! You can catch Kraftbomb on Sunday 25th of March, for more information head to www.kraftbomb.com.
Comedian Andrew Clay tells us about his
dangerous adventure entertaining the troops in Afghanistan!
Helen Jackson from www.foodlovers.co.nz is making delicious meals made from pumpkin, plus she's trying her hand at making a $3 lunchbox for hungry kids!
Stacey Morrison and Barney
McDonald give us the lowdown on the latest music news,
reviews and gossip.
Lucy Warhurst reviews Olsen sister psychological thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene, Judi Dench flick The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, and creepy thriller The Skin I Live In starring Antonio Banderas.
Comedian Michele A'Court brings us her
irreverent take on the weekend's news.
We find out the latest gossip from Woman's Day editor
And find out former All White Noah Hickey's take on the sports headlines!