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Thursday 25 June


All Black rocketman Joe Rokocoko is a star on and off the field, and his big news is that the stork has delivered! Joe and his wife Beverley have just had their first baby, Cypress - and Brendon catches up with the proud new dad for a chat.

Pianist Diedre Irons has joined forces with five of the principal wind players from the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, otherwise known as Zephyr . They're here with the second movement from Mozart's Larghetto, as well as Poulenc's Divertissement - just for us!

Anger and young boys can be a dangerous cocktail, and yet anger is a perfectly natural emotion. So how can teen boys control those urges to lash out? Here to discuss the issue are teen coach Darryl Gardiner and counsellor Marie Wharepapa Donaldson.

Recent activities of a group of Martinborough residents have highlighted the difficulties police have in responding to crime in country areas. What can these communities do to protect themselves against criminal gangs and youth? Lawyer Bill Bevan is here to look at the issue.

Event planner extraordinaire Paula Bevege has all you need to know when planning a christening or naming day.

The lovely Laurel Watson is back, and she's got some amazing chocolaty recipes to share! She's making steamed chocolate pudding, chocolate vanilla cupcakes, and chocolate coins!

Astar is getting creative with a lovely display of cyclamen, succulents, and orchids. She's also demonstrating a great bronzing effect to decorate pots and urns!

We're heading to the box office, with Steve's movie reviews! He's discussing Tranformers: Revenge of the Fallen, The Proposal, and Fugitive Pieces.

Melissa Billington is in the Good Morning studio to stretch through those winter blues.

Tonight 20/20 goes behind the scenes of a real life cold case! Presenter Miriama Kamo is here to give us a sneak peak at the story.

The media have been asking the worth of the job summit held earlier this year. Was it just a talkfest after all? Here to discuss that and whether or not they would like to live in a shipping container is the political panel - Barry Soper, Jane Clifton and Willie Jackson.


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