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Thursday 20 September

It's been over 20 years since he released his last album but he's done it again. Country singer Craig Robertson is here to sing us a few songs from his new album, "The Opposite Side of the World."

Barry Brickell is a highly acclaimed potter and builder of the Driving Creek Railway just North of Coromandel Township. Establishing himself in the Coromandel in the 60s, Barry has since worked tirelessly developing his two great interests into lifelong pursuits - ceramics and rail. Astar couldn't let the opportunity pass her by, so after the scallop festival she went up to pay him a visit before she head back to Auckland.

This week is Speech-Language Therapy Week which aims to generate public awareness of the Speech and Language Therapy Association and all the fantastic work they do in our communities. We have Speech-Language Therapists Association President Helen McLauchlan and Aphasia NZ trustee Roger Brown to tell us a little bit about the organisation and what it is like to live with a speech disorder.

She's got her own fashion line and she's the co-host of the new "Hearts in Crafts" series on TVNZ's Heartland for craft enthusiasts. Tamsin Cooper is in to talk about her successful career, motherhood and to give Astar a run for her money. They'll be going head-to-head making a vintage inspired floral wall hanging.

The Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Cake Festival is a very important date on the Chinese Calendar, and of course that also means it's Moon Cake time. Packaged ones are easily available, but we want to try the home made kind, so Jenny Joe is in the kitchen to show us how it's done.

Multi-award winning actor Sarah Peirse joins Marshall Napier in returning to New Zealand to star in Auckland Theatre Company's "The Gift" at the Maidment Theatre from September 13 - Oct 6 2012.

Lyndey Milan is one of Australia's most recognised food, wine and lifestyle personalities with a career spanning over 25 years across most TV and radio networks. She's in to cook us some Aussie treats.

Nelson Aspen has the latest gossip from the big apple.

James Hogan is joined this week by New Zealand's leading restorer, Jonathan Maze. They'll be discussing the general do's and don'ts when it comes to antique restoration.

It's out! The iPhone 5 has just been released and it'll soon be available in New Zealand, but is it worth the upgrade? Paul Brislen explains why we should hang onto our trusty iPhone4s.