Thursday 11 June
Former All Black (and humble guy) Glen Osborne
share tales from his All Black days, and explains that the greatest
try that Jonah Lomu scored should have been his try!
Former National MP and Wellington mayor Mark Blumsky has been doing some thinking. The result is Slippers - Service and Selling, a book about making your business stand out from the crowd.
Pip Gibbons is the poster girl for the UN Peacekeeping force. She explains the attraction to living in some of the world's hotspots.
Teenage drinking hit the headlines this week following an incident at a Snowsports clinic in Wanaka. Teen coach Darryl Gardiner will discuss the issue of teen drinking with the CEO of the Alcohol Advisory Council, Gerard Vaughan.
The actions of the jurors involved in the David Bain case raised some eyebrows, following last week's verdict. Lawyer Bill Bevan takes a look at the our jury system and asks, do we need to make changes?
Will Labour take Mt Albert, or can Melissa Lee make a late dash for power? Wallace Chapman has the latest from the by-election, as he joins Barry Soper and Jane Clifton on the political panel.
Stevie G is back checking out the latest films from Hollywood, including The Hangover, The Escapist and The Knowing.
Melissa Billington has a full class today as she stretches out with Glen, Astar, Sarah and Steve.
Astar takes us through her linen bead embellished table runner before she gives in to her autumn flower fetish with Glen Osborne.
And we have a date with Tamara Jane, as she indulges in her date addiction.