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Tuesday 2 November


More from Sarah at the Melbourne Cup - she chats to popstress Kelly Osbourne, MasterChef Australia's Matt Preston, swimmer Grant Hackett and legendary cricketer Shane Warne.

TVNZ's US correspondent Tim Wilson reports from the Big Apple about a very important book release - his debut novel Their Faces Were Shining .

Tasman rower Shaun Quincey speaks about his epilepsy, which he was worried may even have prevented him from emulating the ocean going feat of this father.
- On behalf of Epilepsy New Zealand, Shaun has set up a Facebook page, where people with Epilepsy in New Zealand can network with Shaun and others.

Australian author Kate Morton speaks about motherhood, writing, and her latest piece of anglo-historical fiction, The Distant Hours.

Chef Simon Holst is cooking up two delicious rice dishes - paella and asparagus risotto.

Woman's Day numerologist Michelle Buchanan explains how your numbers add up for November.

Star dancer Aaron Gilmore continues his Latin fun and fitness.

The Saints male barbershop chorus, from Wellington's St Patrick's College, perform a couple of the songs that have made them national champions.

They have been selected to attend the international championships in Las Vegas in January, are holding a fund-raising golf tournament. It's at Miramar Links Golf Club, on Thursday 9th December - 12:30pm start. Ambrose teams event, $200 per team or $50 per person. For more details about this, or general enquiries relating to The Saints Chorus, please email them at thesaintschorus@gmail.com.

Fifi Colston is making art with tissue paper.

And the On the Couch panel answer your questions. We welcome actress Ginette McDonald, raconteur Gary McCormick, Tasman rower Shaun Quincey and senior lecturer in psychology, Marc Wilson
- 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.


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