Tuesday 23 November
joins the team in the studio again, giving us a
healthy workout, a healthy dish, a healthy helping of the latest
gossip - as well as a healthy dose of common sense on the
- Nelson's wardrobe by Working Style
We chat to Kiwi icon Ian Mune about his life, as detailed in his book Mune: An Autobiography .
12.5 million hits and counting - we meet German rockabilly act The Baseballs , the group behind the hit 'fifties-style cover of Rihanna's Umbrella that has been an international internet sensation.
Ria Hall sings the Sam Cooke classic Change
is Gonna Come.
- Ria will be performing this at Ain't No Mountain High Enough at the Wellington Opera House on Sunday 28th November - a fundraising evening, in aid of Te Omanga Hospice and Mary Potter Hospice, of Motown, Gospel, Blues and Soul songs with some of Wellington's greatest musical talent.
As summer approaches, Dr Cathy Stephenson discusses the dos and don't of sun exposure.
What's the best way to prepare a baby when you need to return to work? Baby whisperer Sharlene Poole is here with everything you need to know.
Kate De Goldi reviews new books:
Surrender by Donna Malane
Chocolate Wars by Deborah Cadbury
On the Blue Comet by Rosemary Wells
Dr Duncan Thomson takes us through what actually happens in therapy, and why people might need it.
Minced co-author Sue Hamilton is back with a couple of Christmassy ideas - a turkey loaf and a Christmas mince pies.
Libby Calder from Pump Dance Studios continues her hip hop dance exercise.
We chat to author Scott Bainbridge, about his latest book Shot in the Dark , that looks at Unsolved New Zealand murders from the 1920s and '30s.
And the On the Couch panel answer your questions. Panel regulars
- actor Ginette McDonald, raconteur Gary
McCormick, and clinical psychologist Dr Duncan
Thomson - are joined by the one and only Nelson
- If you have a question you would like them to help with email: email@example.com with "On the Couch" in the subject line.