Monday 27 September
We welcome Wellington Phoenix star Paul Ifill and family to the show to talk about how you can help Cure Kids by designing a T-shirt.
The lights have gone down on New Zealand Fashion Week for another year and once again the outfits have astounded! Dominion Post fashion editor Carolyn Enting rounds up the week.
Healthy Food Guide nutritionist Claire Turnbull discusses healthy weight gain.
Sport with Keith Quinn who discusses the controversy with the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Beauty guru Petra Rijnbeek talks blusher.
Psychic medium Sue Nicholson explains reincarnation.
It's Breast Health Awareness Week and Dr Monica
Lewis is here to talk about early detection.
- More information about the charitable Breast Health Foundation
- Information about thermography or to download free breast health tips
Chef Martin Bosley cooks cockles with miso; chilli and black beans; and smoked fish salad.
Emma Sutherland from Time for Dancing brings us some school holiday fun with mini dance classes.
New Zealand Woman's Weekly columnist Wendyl Nissen is here with the latest goss.
Music reviewer Robyn Walker reviews rocking new Kiwi music by Julia Deans, and The Naked and Famous.
Self-sufficiency expert Carolann Murray, author of Mastering the Art of Self-sufficiency in New Zealand , asks the question "Could you be more self sufficient?"