Tuesday 1 July
Peter Feeney is a familiar face from
Shortland Street, and his movie credits include Black
Sheep and 30 Days of Night. But his most familiar
character, Beau Tyler, is a self-help guru with a difference, and
he's taking to the road on a national tour. Click here
for tour dates and booking details for A Night with Beau
When Jeremy Moon founded Icebreaker in 1995, he was the sole employee, carting a battered suitcase filled with merino around the country. Now Icebreaker employs hundreds of people worldwide and sells 2 million garments a year. He's here to talk about making wool cool again, and his recent mention in the Queen's Birthday Honours for services to business.
We get a taste of acoustic soul from Wellington band Koko's debut album, Music for the Sweet Tooth. And we talk to frontman Shane Rangi, who leads a double life as an actor in films such as Prince Caspian and King Kong.
Endless songs, movies and books are written about the search for love, and we're all obsessed with finding our "perfect partner". But love can be blind. Private investigator Julia Hartley Moore is here to help you figure out if a new relationship is going to be a lifelong journey, or if they're just taking you for a ride.
Crafty Fifi Colston is here with a great children's craft project - how to turn your bedroom into a medieval castle.
Book reviewer Laura Kroetsch is bringing along some new novels and a fabulous children's book, which should come in handy in the holidays next week.
- The Private Lives of Pippa Lee by Rebecca Miller
- Novel About My Wife by Emily Perkins
- Duck, Death and the Tulip by Wolf Erlbruch
Our expert panellists Dr Cindy Kiro,
Ginette McDonald, Darryl
Gardiner, and Julia Hartley Moore are
On The Couch to answer your questions.
Julz from Contours is back to put us through our paces with another great low-impact workout.
And Dr Susanna Kent talks about all-too-common menstrual problems.