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Tuesday 30 June


He has a life story that could cure the most extreme case of writers block. Luckily British-born Wellington-based Neil Cross doesn't have trouble finding inspiration. The critically acclaimed author and lead writer for hit TV show Spooks is here to tell us about his new novel Burial.

Pilot Dale Elliott became a paraplegic six years ago in a tragic car accident. But he hasn't let that slow him down. The Australian, who is also a sit-down comedian, is in New Zealand to do the country's first solo paraplegic skydive.

L.A born Jazz Maestro Bruce Brown has played with some of the best musicians in southern California. Now teaching in New Zealand, Bruce is in the studio to perform.

Getting your baby settled can be the most challenging thing for new mums, and sleep deprivation for the whole family can be hugely stressful if you can't get it right. Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole is back by popular demand with her secrets to settling.

We're in the kitchen with kiwi kitchen icons Simon and Alison Holst who are cooking some great recipes from their new book Marvellous Mince and Sensational Sausages.

Fifi Colston has a craft project that will appeal to the material girls out there! She's showing us how to make necklaces.

Book Reviewer Kate De Goldi is reviewing "As The Earth Turns Silver" by Alison Wong, "American Buffalo" by Steven Rinell and "Bute View" by Janice Marriott

Fabulous fitness instructor Julz Darroch is here with some low-impact exercise. She's taking us back to the eighties too, with some classic hits to motivate your workout!

Rugged Southerner and national treasure Gary McCormick joins us from the Garden City where he's been harking back to his school days.

Last week psychologist Duncan Thomson talked about some practical ways to promote your own mental health and wellbeing. Duncans back with the final instalment in his series on staying mentally healthy.

Our agony Aunts and Uncles are here to help. Ginette McDonald, Gary McCormick, Sharlene Poole, Alison Holst, and Duncan Thomson reckon they have all the answers!

 


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