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Tuesday 13 April

His songs such as 'Breakfast in America' and 'The Logical Song' are loved by millions all over the world. We are joined by Mr Super Tramp himself, Roger Hodgson!

Cycling champ Alison Shanks has had an amazing year. She set a new national time and brought home gold from the Beijing world cup and Oceania championships. But she had a surprise disappointment recently at the World Track Cycling Champs in Copenhagen. She'll tell us all about life on and off the track.

Historian and Te Papa Curator Angela Lassig's new book 'New Zealand Fashion Design' is a must have for kiwi fashionista's everywhere! Profiling 25 designers in this massive hardcover book that's full of frocks to make you drool!

Chef Simon Holst is here with some school holiday treats - Rich Chocolate Cupcakes, Gingerbread Men and kiwi favourite Lolly Cake!

Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole is with us to talk play for tots - babies aged 4-8 months.

How our panel is here to pool their wealth of wisdom and experience. Welcome Dr Duncan Thomson, Ginette McDonald, Gary McCormick and very special guest Roger Hodgson. If you have a question you would like them to help with email: with "On the Couch" in the subject line.

Autism affects around 40,000 people in New Zealand and diagnosis seems to be on the rise. How do you spot it and how do you manage it? Dr Cathy Stephenson is here to explain.

We're in the Man Cave solving the mysteries of the male mind. Today we're looking at the phenomenon of 'Man Eyes'! If you have a question you would like them to help with email: with "Man Cave" in the subject line.

Book reviewer Kate De Goldi is here with some great books to keep your kids company these school holidays. We look at "Fly Pie" by Joy Cowley, "Seasons" by Blexbolex and "Viola Vincent Reporting" by Anna Kenna.

Kids' craft expert Fifi Colston's here with a great school holiday project - "Exci-tin" Badges!

It's day two of our beginner's guide to pure balance yoga-pilates with Deidre-Lee Allen. Today we're working to increase our flexibility and strength. 

Clinical Psychologist Dr Duncan Thomson is back to wrap his series on positive ageing.