Tuesday 25 September
We've got acoustic awesomeness from The Late
We catch up with netball legend Maria Tutaia
who's supporting young people living with cancer through the
CanTeen Bandanna Challenge.
Investigative Journalist Ian Wishart reveals
why he thinks we should be getting more sunshine in his new book
"Vitamin D: Is This The Miracle Vitamin?"
We get a sneak peak of the Short + Sweet Theatre
Festival, the largest ten minute theatre Festival in the
Tres magnifique French chef Laurent Loudeac is
making spring delights, including dishes he cooked in the Dilmah
High Tea Challenge.
OHBaby! Editor Rochelle Gillespie has tips on
how to plan the perfect baby shower.
Sara Chatwin explores the psychology of
happiness. What makes us happy and how do we bring more happiness
into our lives?
Astar and Slade take the Live
Below the Line Challenge and prepare meals for just $2.25 a day and
we meet two inspirational folk who've been doing the challenge for
a whole month.
Astar's also cracking out her tie-dyed flares and going retro in her new 70s crafts series. Over the next few weeks she'll be resurrecting strong art, macramé and all those arts and crafts now commanding big bucks in retro stores.
Best-selling author Kate Langdon reviews three
hot new reads: The Mystery of Mercy Close - Marian Keyes (Penguin);
The Snow Child - Eowyn Ivey (Hachette); Urban Chicks - Renee Lang
and Trevor Newman.