Thursday 18 Oct
In case all you viewers out there are wondering where Brendon is - he is taking a short break and will be back on the 23rd Oct.
Carl Feodor Goldie, formerly known as
Karl Sim is one the world's top ten art forgers. He's set to pull
in the crowds at the Mangaweka Fakes and Forgeries Festival
starting next week and is creating a "masterpiece" in the studio
Mangaweka Fakes and Forgeries Festival.
After a great win over Australia at the weekend at the Trans Tasman Cup Tri Series we talk to the coach of the under 23 New Zealand Netball coach Dion Te Whetu and players from the under 23, mixed and open teams, Kevin Bell, Andrew Trotter-Javie and Jonathan Geldard.
Abhay Phagre is one of India's finest 'Bansuri' or bamboo flute players. He's in NZ for the light festival of Diwali and the Indian Classical Music Expo.
Lawyer Bill Bevan is answering viewer letters ranging from questions about The Privacy Act to The Bail Amendment Act.
Anne Morton is finishing off the Christmas cake she started last week and sharing tips for perfect baking results.
Psychic Medium Sue Nicholson will be interpreting viewers' dreams
Teen Coach Darryl Gardiner answer's a viewer letter about teenage sex from a mother who is concerned for her daughter.
Award winning designer Laurel Judd's passion for knitting began at a young age with French knitting. Her hobby has led on to a full time machine knitting career and she has produced some incredible garments. www.laurel.co.nz, www.creativefibre.org.nz, www.nzmks.org.nz
We'll catch up with the latest from the political panel from Barry Soper, Jane Clifton, Willie Jackson.
Fitness instructor V Waretini gives our hips a
good work out in our body Balance segment.