Thursday 17 September
Remember the time when we won the Rugby World Cup? Actually, do
you remember the time we actually won a game? Sir Brian
Lochore was the coach when we won the World Cup and he
plays host to Astar at his home in the Wairarapa.
Speaking of winners, at the World Athletic Championships in Berlin, Hamilton sprinter Monique Williams broke the national 200m sprint record, the best Kiwi track effort at the champs. She pops in to talk to former Tall Black Brendon about achieving goals.
Jason Barrell had the rugby world at his feet until he suffered a career-ending injury. Just when he thought he was back on top, he suffered a series of strokes, followed by depression. Steve talks to Jason about his experiences and his inspirational story
Jazz, funk, soul, blues, whatever -
don't bow down to stereotyping when it comes to music genre. The
group performs a selection from its new CD.
Steve takes Brendon and Sarah to the movies.
Laurel shows us some cake decorating ideas for the little boy in your life.
Astar celebrates spring with daffodils.
What better way to ready yourself for summer than with Melissa Billington and yoga.
Is going green about to hit us in the pocket? The Political Panel take a look at the Emission Trading Scheme, as well as the rest of the latest political headlines.
Anika Moa has journeyed to where Dr Ropata had practised, Guatemala, and Mexico. We find out more form the Americas with Intrepid Journeys series executive producer, Jane Andrews.