Tuesday 20 March
New Zealand's own superstar tenor Will Martin,
the youngest tenor in musical history to top the UK's Classical
Charts, is in to treat us to a tune.
Jeanette's daughters Charlotte and
Mia meet the organisers of the Bioblitz new species hunt
and their creepy crawly friends.
What can monkeys teach us about human relationships and sexuality? More than you'd imagine according to visiting American anthropologist Professor Agustin Fuentes who joins us in the studio. Professor Fuentes is lecturing at Auckland University Tuesday March 20th 6pm. For details visit http://www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/home/about/events/events/template/event_item.jsp?cid=462824
Simon Gaults right hand man and Executive Chef at The Jervois
Steak House Eugene Hamilton gets creative
with prawns. Hes making a delicious prawn cocktail, sweet and sour
venetian prawns and a creamy, dreamy gorgonzola crepe.
Our Women's Panel featuring Sonia Gray, Rose Matafeo and Julia Hartley Moore asks is it better to have kids young or wait until you're older?
Psychologist Sara Chatwin investigates our
shocking teen suicide statistics and asks what we can do to
stem the tide.
Astar gets creative with herbs - she's making herb wine vinegar, rosemary tonic wine, parsely and garlic mustard and a host of other herbal delights.
The Attitude Doctor Dr Tom Mulholland discusses
arthritis and shares tips for how to reduce its debilitating
Leading fashion designer turned historian Doris De
Pont explores our obsession with the colour black in her
new book 'Black: The History of Black in Fashion, Society and
Culture in New Zealand."
Found yourself suddenly single and think your life's over?
Private Investigator Julia Hartley Moore shares
words of wisdom to help you realise life's just begun.