Thursday 7 June
She's one of New
Zealand's most talented imports. As a child, Canadian Tami
Neilson travelled all over Canada and the USA with her
family, singing country music with the likes of Johnny Cash. When
she fell for a good Kiwi man, New Zealand gained a daughter and one
of our most successful singers. Winner of Best Country Album for
the third time in a row, she sings for us today.
Miriama Smith is with us
today, to talk about the work she is doing in Sr Lanka with Habitat
For Humanity and for the MJF Foundation. The company that brings us
our morning cup of tea, Dilmah, runs over one hundred and forty aid
projects in Sri Lanka, helping with everything from education, to
elephant protection, to small businesses. Miriama will talk about
her upcoming trip and her personal motivations for helping with the
If you wish to volunteer for Habitat For Humanity, call 0800 442 248!
defiantly engaging. Theatre that will leave you speechless". That's
what the reviewers had to say about Silo Theatre's latest
production, "Tribes". We have two of the main characters,
Catherine Wilkin and Leon Wadham,
in the studio and Leon tells us what it's like to play a profoundly
Low pay rates in Rest Homes are an
exploitation of women's labour. So says the woman who went
undercover to investigate how well our loved ones are being cared
for. Dr Judy McGregor is in the studio to talk
about her experience and what, she says, amounts to modern day
Don't take Granny's china vases to the
flea market just yet! James Hogan is in with some
fine English examples that are worth thousands of dollars.
Careers expert Tom O'Neil
has given us lots of advice on how to prepare for a job interview.
Now he's back to tell us all about how to nail it in the interview
room and leave a winning impression.
One of the most common pieces of fashion,
worldwide - the ubiquitous denim jean. Is there a wrong way or a
right way to wear them? How do we make sure we get the fit just
right? Fashion guy Luke Bettesworth and his lovely
models from KHM show us how.
Special thanks to Just Jeans, Newmarket. www.justjeans.co.nz
It's Coeliac Awareness week from June 4th
to10th, so baker Sean Armstrong is in the
kitchen with sweet and tempting recipes which are completely
Our lovely Astar is back on track after straying into fishy territory last Thursday. She's going to be helping keep the kiddies warm this winter with a quilted throw for their beds.