Tuesday 22 May
We continue our celebration of
Shortland Street's 20th birthday -
Jeanette's on set for all the behind the scenes
Ola! Prepare to party Spanish style - steamy flamenco duo Simbad & Jose will have you cracking out your castanets.
performances from rising star Anna Hakwins and
talented violinist Amelia Taylor who are both
playing at the Bob Owens Showtime Concert Series in Tauranga on
Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th of May.
Chef Laurent Loudeac has spicy Spanish eats -
he's making stuffed calamari with chorizo; paella with calamari,
chorizo and prawns; and a delicious dessert of churros with
Senorita Astar's getting in the Spanish mood with flamenco flowers, a traditional Spanish soup and she's cracking open her home-made red wine.
Do holiday romances and long-distance love
affairs work? Julia Hartley Moore
Baby Whisperer Sharlene
Poole demonstrates her technique for settling new-born
We meet Kate Swaffer, who was diagnosed with dementia at just 49 and talk to her about the future of dementia. She is in Wellington for the Alzheimers New Zealand Future Faces of Dementia conference (24 27 May). To register visit www.conference.alzheimers.org.nz
Want to set up a book club but don't know how? Writer Raewyn Alexander holds courses teaching people how to set up and run book clubs. She's in the studio with valuable tips for first timers. For more information about Raewyn's courses visit http://www.leisuretimelearning.co.nz/courses/33-how-to-start-a-book-club
Life Coach Sarah Laurie
is in with the first in a series of sessions to help you Organise