Thursday 30 October
Legendary singer John Rowles has produced a new CD and DVD to coincide with a new tour that will take him home to the Bay of Plenty. He talks about his new work and returning home.
Amber Peebles has had a varied media carreer, but has just accepted a role as a goodwill ambasssdor for UNICEF . She explains what that means to her.
Pao Pao Pao is a celebration of contemporary Maori music. Singer Brannigan Kaa and Ngahiwi Apanui pop in to discuss its signifiance to the New Zealand music scene.
With the election just nine sleeps away, the Good Morning Political Panel looks at the role the minor parties are likely to play.
With Halloween almost here, Astar has Halloween table flowers and more 'bug off' ideas.
And on the subject of flowers, we check out the Taranaki Rhododendron and Garden Festival, that is celebrating its 21st birthday.
Meanwhile Tamara Jane has orange-and-chocolate treats for trick-or-treaters,with chocolate orange cake with orange frosting and chocolate spiders.
With the silly season almost upon us, lawyer Bill Bevan takes a look at when a night out on the town can go wrong.
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And psychic medium Sue Nicholson concludes her series looking at our
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