Tuesday 16 September
Legendary art commentator and former host of The Big
Picture, Hamish Keith, gives us a sneak
preview of his witty and
Author Jodie Hedley-Ward completes her series on bringing "sexy" back to the lives of hard working mothers.
Beauty queen Samantha Powell is back from representing New Zealand at the Miss Universe pageant in Vietnam. She shares her backstage stories of tears and tiaras.
Classical pianist Tamas Vesmas is celebrating
the silver anniversary of his move to New Zealand from Romania with
a national tour
of concert recitals. He tinkles the ivories for us.
Man of the South Gary McCormick waxes lyrical about his favourite poetry.
Chef Bala Thomson is cooking up some traditional Indian cuisine.
How well do you manage your anger? Psychologist Duncan Thomson looks at the bad boy of emotions in his series on emotional intelligence.
has a low-impact workout to keep presenter
Steve Gray out of trouble.
Dr Susanna Kent opens the case book on New Zealand's most common cancer - bowel cancer.
Our expert panel including actress Kyllee
King-Turner, actor Ginette MacDonald and
art critic Hamish Keith are On the Couch,
where they'll be pondering answers to viewers' problems. If you
have a question for them please write to:
Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and put "On the Couch" in the subject line.
Children's craft guru
is making her own wearable art design - and you can be in to win
it. If you have the perfect name for Fifi's wearable art piece,
we'll give it to you. Email your suggestion to email@example.com,
with the subject 'Fifi'.
Book reviewer Kate de Goldi is here with a real lucky dip in her book bag - from a classic satire to a new book on New Zealand science:
Acid Song by Bernard Beckett
The Awa Book of New Zealand Science, edited by Rebecca Priestly
The Illustrated Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis