Monday 29 March
Silver Fern Katrina Grant shares why she moved to the capital to play for the Central Pulse.
Brendon talks to Guy Grossi - one of Australia's top chefs from one of Melbourne's most famous restaurants, Florentinos - at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
International recording artist and World Peace Ambassador Charles Dupois talks to us about If We Can Dream, the single created to promote World Peace throughout 2009 and 2010.
Shake it Latino style! Learn to salsa with Brendon and Cuban Fusion dance instructor Rafael Ferrer! Join in every day. For details, see www.cubanfusion.co.nz.
Nutritionist Claire Turnbull is here to help us beat middle-age spread.
Her Make Believe Band perform tracks from their debut album live in the studio! We hear from this Kiwi duo about life in London and their current tour.
Makeup expert Michele Perry and hairstylist Michael Beel team up to create brilliant bridal beauty. Then they collaborate to bring the catwalk to you!
Psychic medium Sue Nicholson is here to help. Join us as she answers viewers' questions.
Chef Judith Cullen makes delicious schnitzel stuffed and rolled with venison mince, pistachios, and apple and kosheri.
Simon Sweetman reviews two music DVDs: The Blind Boys of Alabama and The Chicago Blues Reunion. He also checks out albums by The Soft Pack, Bobby McFerrin and the compilation CD Music For Cougars!
Tea tree oil is super stuff! The lovely Carole Kenealy shows us how one tiny bottle can go along way.
Movie Reviewer Liam Ryan looks at George Clooney's new film Men Who Stare at Goats, brilliant new Kiwi documentary This Way of Life and new animated flick How to Train your Dragon.
We hear the latest gossip from New Zealand Woman's Weekly magazine.