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Thursday 28 May


All Black and Hurricanes forward Neemia Tialata is a well-known name on the rugby field, but did you know he's also a talented artist? Neemia has just released his own T-shirt range, and he's here to tell us all about it!

It's budget day, and for a sneak preview of what we can expect, we have the Political Panel - Barry Soper, Jane Clifton and Wallace Chapman.

He's a New York-based Kiwi singer/songwriter and he's just released his debut album All or Nothing. Simon Spire is in the studio and he's performing for us.

Part of growing up is the realisation that one day you have to get a job! Do you remember what it was like? How should our youth approach the working phase of their life? And what can we do to help? Here to discuss the issue is teen coach Darryl Gardiner, and Julian Chapman from Youth to Excel.

American Rust is a novel set in a Pennsylvanian mining town. The story revolves around childhood friends dealing with an incident that drastically changes their lives. Author Phillipp Meyer is in New Zealand and joins us in the studio for a chat.

The rain has been pouring down, and for many of us the pounds have been piling on! Along with the cold weather comes the comfort food we love to indulge in. Winter wellbeing is important, and dietician Angela Berrill is with us with some hot tips for the chilly season.

New housing rules dictate people cannot occupy state houses while on bail, unless they have permission from Housing New Zealand. Our resident legal eagle Bill Bevan has been rather vocal about this issue and he joins us to discuss.

The ever-knowledgeable Stevie G is here to give us the goss on three new flicks. What's hot and what's not? He's reviewing: Last Chance Harvey, Jonas Brothers: The 3D Experience, and Knowing.

Astar's continuing her autumnal creations with a beautiful floral arrangement! She'll also show you how to make personalised tiles, and some fabulous ideas for using gold leaf.

Heading into Queen's Birthday Weekend, Tamara Jane has the Best of British! She's cooking UK faves treacle tart, parkin, and chocolate and cherry trifle.

And Melissa Billington stretches us into shape with her yoga routine.


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