Thursday 14 October
All Black Keven Mealamu explains why he's turned his hand to illustrating a children's book.
We find out why actor Mark Hadlow had been causing some serious carnage at Christchurch's Court Theatre.
Philip Johnson, an award-winning chef from Ecco Bistro in Brisbane, makes wet polenta with sand crab, chilli, garlic and basil.
Does celebrity justice exist in New Zealand? Resident lawyer Bill Bevan discusses changes to name-suppression laws.
Astar makes a stylish screen that can be used as either a hanging fly screen or a room divider.
Leading consultant gynaecologist and obstetrician Anil Sharma kicks off a series on women's health.
Brofessor Matai Smith can teach you how to give a simple personal mihi - a introductory speech.
Chef Julie Le Clerc is making sour orange Thai fish curry and carrot cake cookies.
Libby Calder from Pump Dance studios has a hip
hop routine you can do at home.
- Pump Dance Studios is a hip hop dance company located in Wellington city, with dance classes for people of all ages and abilities. For details of classes, check out www.pumpdance.com
What's next for Chris Carter? Political pundits Willie Jackson, Jane Clifton and Barry Soper discuss the week in politics.