Thursday 10 November
Our very own Aroha Hathaway is joining forces with ex-Shortland Street star Anna Julienne, putting her body on the line to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of NZ . Click here to find out about the rangatahi (youth) mentoring programme that's changing lives all over New Zealand!
We're also speaking to David Kleeman, one of the world's leading minds on children and media, about what television really does to your child.
Kevin Milne gives his weird and wonderful take on this week's odd stuff.
Hair stylist John Andrews demonstrates easy party hairstyles for the silly season.
Then stick around while patissier Tamara Jane makes a spectacular Chocolate Pudding Cake.
And baker bloke Steve Joll makes Marmalade Muffins and Jam Drops.
Specialist gynaecologist Dr Anil Sharma gives us the facts on post-menopausal bleeding - and when you should be worried.
Astar's showing us beautiful ways to display fresh flowers.
Political Panel members Willie Jackson, Jane Clifton and Barry Soper debate the latest election news.
Anthony Gallagher from auction house Dunbar Sloane shows us some stunning antiques and assesses a home viewer's item.
And Tanya Houpt, Jo Saffioti and Jo Winter from Lifestyle Health and Fitness present Zumba! Members from Lifestyle Health & Fitness enjoy a fantastic party atmosphere, great instructors and the fact that they offer an introduction class so you can learn the moves.