Tuesday 25 August
We chat to netball
powerhouse Julie Seymour about retiring from the international game
and baby number four being just around the corner.
The New Zealand String Quartet gives us an exciting preview to their upcoming tour of composer Haydn's works. For tour dates, follow this link.
Debut novelist Alison Wong shares her book As the Earth Turns Silver , a story which explores the lives of a cross-cultural relationship and the history of the Chinese community in New Zealand.
Sarah Laurie has the final instalment in her life coaching programme. Today she's talking about following your bliss.
Baby buggies can be a big purchase for new parents. So how do you know you're buying the right one? And how do you use it safely? Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole has all you need to know.
Our main man on the mainland Gary McCormick beams in from the Garden City.
Simon Holst is has some recipes that you'll be sure to try at home. He's making lazy lasagne and simple spinach and salmon cannelloni.
Book reviewer Laura Kroetsch looks at a semi-autobiographical novel, a collection of short stories and a collection of poetry:
Brother, I'm Dying- Edwidge Danticat
Relief- Anna Taylor
Pocket Edition - Geoff Cochrane
Our panel of problem solvers is here with their answers to our viewers letters. Psychologist Kevin Garner, life coach Sarah Laurie and graduates of the school of hard knocks Gary McCormick and Ginette McDonald have all the answers!
Fifi Colston is here with a great children's craft idea. This week she'll show us how to make paperback pocket books.
And fitness instructor Julz Darroch demonstrates another great low-impact workout to keep you healthy!