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Weekdays at 9am | TV ONE

Tuesday 16 March


We catch up with Rose McIver who has been acting since the age of two! She appeared in The Piano at three and played Hercules' daughter in the hit TV show aged four. Last year she starred alongside actress Susan Saradon in Peter Jackson's Lovely Bones. Now she's taking to the stage in Auckland.

It was such a hit at the Wellington Fringe Festival the show Wannabe has been given a theatrical run. Guy Langford plays all the characters in this spoof on boybands of the nineties and he'll perform for us.

Deborah Sweeney cut her teeth working for the legendary designer Jill Stuart in New York, and for major London High Street stores like Topshop. She's made a name for herself back in NZ, and she's here with her picks for the coming season.

The cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil has been in the news lately with reports of adverse effects. Doctor Cathy Stephenson is here with the facts.

Kiwi "Crockpot Queen" and food writer Joan Bishop has easy meals and desserts from her New Zealand Crockpot and Slow Cooker Cookbook . She's making devilled chicken and rhubarb fool.

Acting veteran Carmel McGlone has had a busy year. As well as acting in the Emmy-nominated digital drama Reservoir Hill, a short film she's in won an award at Cannes. She's also found time to star in two upcoming feature films and take on the hugely demanding role of Elizabeth the First. Carmel joins us.

Instructor Peter Bailey from Combatroom is back to teach you the basics of Muay Thai kickboxing.

Hadyn and Brendon are in their Man Cave to answer your questions about male behaviour. Why are men such hopeless patients?
- If you have a question you would like them to help with email: goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz with "Man Cave" in the subject line.

Our panel is "On the Couch" with their answers to your questions. See what advice Dr Duncan Thomson, Ginette McDonald, Carmel McGlone and Gary McCormick have to offer.
- If you have a question you would like them to help with email: goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz with "On the Couch" in the subject line.

Kate De Goldi is in to review:
The Missing of the Somme
Zero Hour
When you Reach Me

Angela Wallace, the face of Quitline's new campaign, is here with the next part in her series on kicking the nicotine habit. There are a lot of nicotine replacement aids out there on the market - are they helpful and which are best?

Clinical psychologist doctor Duncan Thomson is here with ideas on smoothing the life-change traditions for your kids. Today we're looking at other kids leaving school.

Crafty Fifi Colston is going to show us a decoupage technique that will turn your trash into treasure.


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