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Tuesday 28 September

We catch up with Denise L'Estrange-Corbet and Pebbles Hooper , for a post-NZ Fashion Week 2010 postmortem.

Malia Johnston, artistic director of the Montana WOW Awards, gives us a look back at this year's awards show, while our very own Fifi Colston brings in her entry Lady Curiosity, that was awarded a commendation.

Our private investigators Julia Hartley Moore and Kerrie Pihema are back taking your calls on infidelity.

Is your baby trying to tell you something? Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole here to explain why babies cry.

Boogie pianist Jan Preston is touring with her show The Life and Music of Winifred Atwell. She performs In the Mood and Bumble Boogie.

Dr Monica Lewis talks about the potential impact of lifestyle on the development of Breast Cancer.
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We get Ginette McDonald off the couch and into the kitchen to rustle up a couple of her quick and easy favourites - a healthy chicken thighs with tomatoes and balsamic vinegar, and some naughty but nice whitebait fritters.

Fitness instructor Emma Sutherland is back with her Time For Dancing exercises for adults and children to do together. Today we're doing ballet.

Ken Ring 's 2011 Predict Weather Almanac for New Zealand has just been published, and we quiz the soothsayer of weather about what 2011 has in store for us.

Business consultant Catherine Livingstone explains the next steps in growing your business.

A string quintet from the NZSO are joined by a flautist ahead of their Soloists tour that kicks off this week. We chat to NZSO concertmaster Vesa-Matti Leppanen and NZSO principal flute Bridget Douglas and they perform A Night Piece.

NZSO's Soloist tour dates
Wellington - Thursday, 30 September, Michael Fowler Centre
Auckland -  Friday 1 October, Auckland Town Hall
Hamilton - Saturday 2 October, Founders Theatre
Invercargill - Wednesday 13 October, Civic Theatre
Dunedin - Thursday 14 October, Otago Boys High School
Christchurch - Friday 15 October, James Hay Theatre