Thursday 18 February
Anna Scarlett was a fearless defender for the Silver Ferns, but now enjoys a successful career representing New Zealand in the beach volleyball scene. But will she ever contemplate a return to the Silver Ferns?
Virginie Le Brun's Shortland Street character Gabrielle is taking a crash course on parenting. How will she cope?
MasterChef New Zealand is simmering away after Christine Hobbs become the first person eliminated last night. Were the judges right?
And speaking of MasterChef, Good Morning's own master chef, Laurel Watson, is back in the kitchen. What does she have on the menu today?
With the rugby season kicking off last weekend, Matai Smith shares how you can swear at the referee or perv at Dan Carter in te reo Maori. Ko wai te tangata?
Lawyer Bill Bevan takes a look at the the trouble of the XT network. What can you do?
One of the most loved movies, The Blues Brothers, heads to the Good Morning studios, with The Lazyboys and their tribute show. What was your favourite scene?
- The Lazyboys' Blues Brothers show:
Feb 18th - Angus Inn, Lower Hutt
Feb 21st - Devonport Wine and Food Festival, Auckland
Feb 27th - Americarna Festival, New Plymouth Racecourse
March 7th - Huapai Tavern, Huapai
In the political panel, Willie, Jane and Barry look at campaign rules and our voting system. Who gets your vote?
Edwina Thorne loves to blow her own horn - well, a trumpet anyway. How does she make it seem so easy?
Richard Kavangh wraps the best of fashion week live from New York. What was the best?
And Astar show what you can do with your roses. Hopefully in a nice way?