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Monday 22 June


Captain of the hurricanes Rodney So'oialo is turning 30 this year, and he's still one of he fittest players on the field. We find out the secret to success!

British cellist Jamie Walton will be playing with the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra this Thursday at the Auckland Town Hall. He's in to perform Faure's After A Dream especially for us!

The idea of superwoman or supermum is compelling, but is it attainable? Mary Lambie is with us to dispel some myths!

Robyn Simpson is a high-performance attitude coach and her new book Attitude, Aptitude, Altitude - Choose Your 'Tude! could help you to achieve your goals!

Today in Matai Smith's te reo Maori, lesson we're looking at macrons, and how they can completely alter the pronunciation of Maori words. If you have a question for Matai, you can email it to goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz and put 'Patai for Matai' as the subject heading.

Rachel Tualelei is a seafood expert who's helped the best of New Zealand seafood on to the plates of the finest dining rooms in America. Now she's making sure New Zealand fish is on our own dinner plates, by offering the freshest catch at the new Wellington City Market.

And after you've been to the market or local supermarket and got yourself a fresh whole fish, it's time to prepare it. Chef Martin Bosley shows us how to make baked snapper with vadouvan spices and ginger fried greens.

Psychic medium Sue Nicholson is here to answer our viewer's spiritual questions. If you have a question for Sue, click here to send us your details.

Imagine peeping into the roof space of your new home and being confronted by the charred remains of your fire ravaged rafters. That's exactly what happened to a solo mother from Auckland, who has been battling for justice for eight years since. TV2's My House, My Castle has her story tonight, and presenter Rob Harte us with us for a preview.

Denim is timeless and trendy. Today we're looking at the hot new styles and tips on getting the fit right with Gillian Horn who is the buyer for the Ezibuy Urban and Emerge range.

Music reviewer Simon Sweetman has a real mixed bag for us today, including music from the Rolling Stones and the Kinks.

The always knowledgeable duo Keith Quinn and John McBeth have the sporting round up from the weekend.

And Julz Darroch has a cardio workout for you today, so if you want sexy toned legs, join us!


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