Monday 29 June
Nesian Mystik have made New Zealand music history by having more top ten hits than any other group or singer ever! They're here to sing for us, and give us the lowdown on their latest achievements.
We've got some beats and tricks from two young drummers! Ashok Aiyer and Jacob Randall are on a busking trip around the country raising money for the New Zealand Breast Cancer foundation . They're in to perform for us.
Today Richard Kavanagh's looking at grey and silver hair, with some top tips to maintain the shine and style. He's also showing us how to recreate the shine and volume you often get at the salon simply by using your straightening irons!
They're floral and they're fresh. Anna Van Tuinen is here to show us five key items from this seasons Glassons collection.
The idea of Superwoman or Supermum is compelling, but is it attainable? Mary Lambie dispels some myths!
Our resident star entertainer Matai Smith has a pretty ditty for us! He's also teaching us some new words in Te Reo to help around the office.
Psychic Medium Sue Nicholson is here, and she's answering calls from viewers who have had some eerie experiences.
Just back from Italy, Judith Cullen is in the kitchen making orange and coconut cake, and lemon and almond biscuits.
Stacey Morrison joins us to review some of the hottest songs on the charts! She's been listening to: When Love Takes Over David Guetta, Battlefield Jordin Sparks, Bad Influence Pink, and The E.N.D Black Eyed Peas.
Whatever the sport, whoever won, whoever lost Keith Quinn and John McBeth know it all! They're on the sideline with Brendon to give us the weekend sporting round up.