Thursday 23 July
Ian Ferguson has been labelled the greatest New
Zealand Olympian. He talks to Brendon about the upcoming Canoe
Spring World Champs in Canada and his latest fundraising effort
with his sporting buddy, Paul Mcdonald.
Harriet and the Matches are a fusion of reggae and soul. They'll play for us, and we'll meet members Amiria Grenell and Jessie Moss.
Lawyer Bill Bevan begins his series looking at consumer law. Today he and Sarah looks at consumer-protection policies and schemes. Are they necessary?
Male strippers need not apply! Event planner Paula Bevege explains how you and your gal pals can have an elegant night out with your next hens' party.
Marae Mauri Ora is a programme designed to reconnect young Maori with their culture. Darryl Gardiner and Georgia Lewis explain more.
20/20 Host Miriama Kamo talks to Steve about tonight's episode, including an amazing story of survival.
Barry Soper, Jane Clifton and Willie Jackson take a look at the latest in political news including Don Brash's new job.
Laurel Watson is here with recipes that are sure to get a rise. She's making passionfruit, cheese and chocolate souffles!
Astar has some great school holiday projects for the kids. Remember Mr Wheat Head? He's back!
We head to the box office with Stevie G! He's reviewing the new Harry Potter movie, My Life In Ruins, and Stone of Destiny.
And yoga instructor Melissa Billington has a great routine to calm your body and mind mid-week.