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Tuesday 28 February

Our resident fashionista Luke Bettesworth critiques the best and worst Oscar's frocks and sets Astar with the ultimate challenge - to recreate an uber-glam Oscar's dress in under three hours

Acclaimed actor and director Jennifer Ward-Lealand is in to talk about her new production, the musical theatre phenomenon, The Last Five Years. The show's stars Tyran Parke and Cherie Moore treat us to a tune. The Last Five Years is playing at Auckland's Herald Theatre from March 1st-17th. 
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Radio star Jay-Jay Feeney is in to talk about giving up grog for a month for Febfast. She reveals why fundraising for young people with alcohol and drug addiction is a cause close to her heart. You can help Jay-Jay's Febfast mission here

Love cheese but don't like what it does to your waistline? French chef Laurent Loudeac's whipping up three ricotta delights which are full of flavour but surprisingly low fat.

Have you got a question about weight loss? Dr Tom Mulholland shares his amazing weight loss journey and answers your questions, along with his nutritionist Dane Fuller

Looking for a good read? Author Nicky Pellegrino is celebrating Book Month with her top picks for 2012.
Nicky Pellegrinos 5 top reads of 2012:
1. Red Ruby Heart In A Cold Blue Sea by Morgan Callan Rogers (Text)
2. Dinner At Rose's by Danielle Hawkins (Allen & Unwin)
3. The Rook by Daniel O'Mally  (HarperCollins)
4. The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey (Hachette)
5. Delicacy by David Foenkinos (Bloomsbury)

Think meditation's just for monks and mung-bean-munchers? Think again. It's a simple and effective tool used by some of the world's most powerful people. Dr Sven Hansen from the Resilience Institute has tips to help you master the art of meditation.

Private investigator Julia Harley Moore explores financial betrayal and offers tips to help you protect yourself.