Top Shows

Good Morning

Weekdays at 9am | TV ONE

Monday 26 April


He's 50, he's fabulous and he's unstoppable! Comedian extraordinaire Julian Clary is with us!

Comedian Tommy Tiernan has been called the funniest living Irish person ever! He's performing in one show only at the Sky City theatre at 9:30pm tonight as part of the New Zealand International Comedy festival. We find out just how funny he is.

Some people want to remain 21 forever, others appreciate the wisdom of age. What about you? Today the women's panel - Ginette McDonald, Pinky Agnew and Lisa O'Neill - discuss favourite stages of life.

The Wellington City Chorus sing Edd Tide and I've got a feeling I'm falling and we talk to Shelley Weir and Patricia Veen from the chorus.

Healthy Food Guide Nutritionist Claire Turnbull is here with how to make salads delicious and nutritious!

If you'd like something unique on your feet, buy New Zealand made shoes! Designers Rebecca Anderson and Renee Ryland talk fancy footwear by Chaos and Harmony.

Have you made an eating plan only to fall victim to your vices? Mindset coach Craig Elliot is here to give us tips on how to make your diet of eating plan work for you.

Would you like a healthier, more relaxed home? Psychic medium Sue Nicholson explains how crystals might be able to help.
- For more information on crystals, Sue recommends the book The Crystal Bible: A Definitive Guide to Crystals by Judy Hall.

Travel the world without having to leave your kitchen. Chef Judith Cullen makes lamb loin fillets with Middle Eastern flavours and Moroccan lamb tajine with preserved lemons.

The girls from City Fitness Kapiti are back with another week of kick ass workouts! We welcome Jemini Gray and Sam Marshall-Sutherland.

Rock girl Robyn Walker has some brand new local albums including alt-hero Connan Mockasin.

We check out the latest gossip form the New Zealand Woman's Weekly magazine.

League has been hit by another crisis! Sports commentators Keith Quinn and John McBeth dissect the aftermath of the Storm.

Movie reviewer Liam Ryan is here with Bruce Willis' new flick Cop Out; a romantic drama Dear John based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks, best-selling author of The Notebook; and new vampire film Daybreakers with our own Sam Neil and Ethan Hawke.


Advertisement

Advertisement