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Tuesday 30 November


Rocky Horror creator Richard O'Brien joins us in the studio, to talk about his legendary musical and battle to remain in New Zealand.

As summer approaches, Dr Cathy Stephenson discusses the dos and don'ts of sun exposure.

He passed away over 50 years ago, but the spirit of Buddy Holly lives on in the guise of Kris Knight and his Australian Buddy Holly Show.

Buddy Holly Show tour dates
2 December - Hamilton
3 December - Kingsgate Hotel, Hamilton
4 December - Auckland
5 December - Browns Bay RSA Auckland
10 December - Kingsgate Hotel, Hamilton
11 December - RSA Papakura, Auckland
12 December - Bridge House Lodge, Warkworth
13 December - Warkworth 
15 December - Hamilton
16 December - Tongariro Chartered Club, Turangi
17 December - Pongoroa Hotel, Pongaroa
18 December - East Pier, Napier
19 December - RSA Club, Foxton
- Please email Country Promotions at pete_h@xtra.co.nz for more details.

Paperplus book reviewer Kerre Woodham rounds up her top five books of the year:
Rebel With a Cause by Ray Avery
The Passage by Justin Cronin
My Last Duchess by Daisy Goodwin
Room by Emma Donoghue
Fall of Giants by Ken Follet

Crafty Fifi Colston is making some ravishing rick-rack.

Woman's Day Numerologist Michelle Buchanan explains how your numbers add up for December.

Cityfitness instructor Andrew Smith shows us how to build lean muscle for fat loss.

Baking bloke Steve Joll is whipping up some rum truffles and pistachio parcels.

Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole looks at why most parents request routines for their babies - with a mum who is struggling without a routine but would love one in place!

The On the Couch panel answer your questions. Regulars Ginette McDonald, raconteur Gary McCormick, and senior lecturer in psychology Marc Wilson, are joined by the one and only Richard O'Brien. If you have a question you would like them to help with email: goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz with On the Couch in the subject line.


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