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Weekdays at 9am | TV ONE

Tuesday 19 October


Alison Holst joins Simon Holst  in the kitchen to cook up three Kiwi favourites - corn fritters, Caesar salad, and Alison's economical meringues.

Dr Cathy Stephenson follows up on her discussion on the topic of incontinence that is estimated to affect up to 600,000 New Zealanders.  This week she talks about treatment.
- Filifit post-pregnancy workout programme.

Reviewer Laura Kroetsch recommends three books to read this month
Sydney Bridge Upside Down by David Ballantyne
Bitter in the Mouth by Monique Truong
Live Bodies by Maurice Gee - part of the second collection of New Zealand Popular Penguins.

Scottish singing star Isla Grant takes time away from her tour of New Zealand to perform a couple of songs with her band.

Life coach Chris Prime , Australasia's leading expert in the Law of Attraction, talks to us about this controversial theory, made famous by the book and film called The Secret.

Avril Ringrose from cityfitness continues her Group Power barbell programme.
- Head to www.cityfitness.co.nz and logon for a free 7 day trial! Check out our group fitness timetables to see when you can try Group Power at cityfitness!

Private investigator Kerrie Pihema is here to take your calls.

Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole has advice on something that newborn babies do a lot - hiccup!

Our agony aunts answer your questions. Actress Ginette McDonald, raconteur Gary McCormick, counsellor Marie Wharepapa Donaldson and Law of Attraction life coach Chris Prime.
- If you have a problem you'd like us to help you with, drop us a line. Either write to Good Morning, "On the Couch", PO Box 31 643, Lower Hutt 5040 or email goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz


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