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Weekdays at 9am | TV ONE

Tuesday 24 November


Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the Erebus disaster, when all 257 people were killed on board an Air New Zealand flight that crashed in Antarctica. Captain Jim Collins was flying the plane that day and lost his life in the tragedy. We're joined by his widow Maria Collins who shares how she's coped with her loss and why she's been campaigning on behalf of her beloved husband.

It's White Ribbon Day tomorrow, and the Super Maori Fullas are getting behind the cause. They're in with their bikes, and rugby star Ruben Wiki will tell us why he's so passionate about stopping domestic violence.

Talented songstress Bella Kalolo and her nine-piece band are in the studio to play some of their original tunes. And she tells us how she's helping the Salvation Army fundraise for their Christmas appeal.

The masters of classic Kiwi cuisine Simon and Alison Holst fire up the barbie. They're cooking deluxe flank steak sandwiches, fresh corncakes, and barbecued naan bread - all on the barbecue.

Swaddling babies is an ancient practice that Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole says can still be helpful for modern parents. She'll share her tips.

We're joined by photographer and adventurer Rob Suisted whose amazing photographs make up the stunning new book, Majestic New Zealand .

Australian opera star Damian Whiteley is bringing X-rated opera to a town near you. He's here to perform and tell us all about his new show Mozart and Me.

Children's craft expert Fifi Colston is here to make some mad hats - we're having a madhatter's tea party ahead of Ten Years in Wonderland at the Museum of Wellington City and Sea.

Do you get an itchy scalp as soon as anyone mentions the words "nits" or "head lice"? Dr Susanna Kent is here with the lowdown on head lice, nits, and scabies - and what you do if you or your kids play host to them!

Christmas can be a mad time for everyone, so life coach Sarah Laurie is here with a three-part guide to make sure the season is a relaxing holiday rather than a festival of stress.

Our panel of agony aunts and uncles are lined up to dish out their best advice. Ginette McDonald, Alison Holst, Marie Wharepapa Donaldson and Gary McCormick are On the Couch.

And fab fitness instructor Julz Darroch is here to get us ready for summer with a great low impact workout you can try at home.


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