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Tuesday 24 July


Award-winning bilingual hip-hop artist Maitreya has tunes from his upcoming second album Aio.
http://www.maitreya.co.nz/


We meet modern day adventurers Kevin Biggar and Jamie Fitzgerald who're retracing the steps of pioneering explorers in the new TV ONE series 'First Crossings'.
http://tvnz.co.nz/first-crossings/kevin-biggar-4945092
http://tvnz.co.nz/first-crossings/index-group-4941278


Astar and Matai head to Kerikeri to catch up with actor and musician Troy Kingi and they meet the talented teens from Kerikeri High School who took second place in the World Problem Solving Championships.


We catch up with Waka Huia presenter and director Kawariki Morgan, as the programme celebrates 25 years on air.
http://tvnz.co.nz/waka-huia

We continue our Maori Language Week celebrations with league legend and broadcaster Wairangi Koopu, who reveals why te reo is the 'language of love'
http://www.korero.maori.nz/news/mlw/

Plus, Masterchef Brett Mcgregor's got tasty treats the whole family will love.
https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Masterchef-NZ-Brett-McGregor/247790845272300

Funeral director turned author Chris Mann is in to lift the lid on the funeral industry with his new book "More Six Feet Down Under".
sixfeetdownunder@hotmail.com

Financial educator Lisa Dudson has tips that will help ensure you're prepared to expand your family.
http://www.acumen.co.nz/who-are-we/lisa-dudson/
https://www.sorted.org.nz/life-events/raising-a-family

Know how to spot a liar or tell if someone's upset? Dr Sven Hansen has the low down on reading people's emotions.
http://www.resiliencei.com/

And Astar's making pois and she's back in the kitchen with her son Slade, who's cooking solo for the first time. We put Slade's efforts to the taste test with his flatmate and a chef who cooks for 500 students every day.


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