Monday 9 November
He enjoys banana smoothies, tennis, playing the piano, and loves
nothing more than making people laugh. It's a good thing, then,
earns his living as a comedian! Carl is touring
New Zealand this month, and is with us for a chat.
Will our actors be replaced by computer generated and animated clones? Animation guru Dr Paul Debevec is in town for the Animfx conference, to showcase his groundbreaking technology that has brought you special effects in blockbusters such as The Matrix, Spiderman 2 and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. He joins us.
Would you like to create some additional spending money without leaving home? Sean D'Souza has written a book so you can understand how people tick when it comes to getting the customers you need!
Shows from all over the world are going to take over the country in March next year when the New Zealand International Arts Festival opens in February. To preview the exciting programme is the festival's artistic director, Lissa Twomey.
We talk about the latest trends in hair colour with Chad Gray and Paul Geronimo from Atelier Hair in Auckland.
Look after your skin and it will look after you! Today we've got some must know tips from skin care specialist Rachel Robertson .
Do you want to bring new flavours to your Sunday roast lamb? Judith Cullen is getting out the herbs and spices! She's also making a couple of scrumptious sauces to go with it.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert Steve Oliver is in to teach us about the form of martial art which could also help you protect yourself.
Our kaiako Matai Smith is in the house! Today he's teaching us vocabulary for parts of the body.
- Korero Maori website
- Toku Reo website
Sideliners Keith Quinn and John McBeth have the weekend sporting round up.
Music reviewer Robyn Walker joins us with her pick of the hottest albums around.
Do you want a bottom like one of the best in Hollywood? Yes, that's right! Today Julz Darroch is going to show you five easy moves to give you Halle Berry's bum by Christmas!
And Steve has the latest gossip from the New Zealand Woman's Weekly.