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Tuesday 31 May

Author of over 30 books published both here and overseas, we welcome author Fleur Beale , fresh from winning the Young Adult Fiction category at the New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards!
Hot on the heels of last week's country music special, internationally acclaimed jazz guitarist Bruce Forman and Cow Bop perform for Good Morning! You can catch Cow Bop on tour at the venues below.

Wednesday 1 June - Expressions Art & Entertainment Centre, Upper Hutt
Sunday 5 June - Globe Theatre, Palmerston North

She's a winner in the kitchen and in love. We meet the man behind the Masterchef, Nadia Lim's fiancéCarlos Bagrie. After sharing their tale of romance, they teach us how to smoke meat and fish indoors. Get ready for smoked venison carpaccio, and smoked salmon with avocado, orange and radish!

Post Natal Depression - is it just the "baby blues"? How do we know if we have it and where can we go for help? Dr Cathy Stephenson begins our series on a misunderstood but often serious condition that affects approximately 15% of New Zealand families.  
Fact sheet provided from Cathy

There's not a scarf or a bootie in sight with this knitter! Member of a 'knit graffiti collective' Tash Barneveld takes yarns and creativity to the streets. She puts her outdoor knitting to the test in our studio, ahead of the upcoming Handmade 2011 Craft Festival in Wellington.
Private investigator
Julia Hartley Moore and barrister Ross Knight talk about the ins and outs of custody when a relationship breaks down.

News of the World Showbiz editor Dan Wootton brings us the lowdown on the latest gossip from London, including the real reason pop star Cheryl Cole has been booted from the X-Factor plus why Dannii Minogue's love life is in trouble.

Simon Holst cooks up a feast with spicy potatoes, vegetarian dish spaghetti and "no-meatballs", and apple sponge to finish!

Author Kate de Goldi reviews three momentous reads: 'Gwenda Turner's Christchurch,' a touching tribute to the garden city; Melvyn Bragg's 'The Book of Books', marking the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible; and Mary Horlock's stunning debut novel, 'The Book of Lies' - which you could win a copy of!

And Rafael Ferrer from Cuban Fusion gets our bodies moving with Salsa! For more information on Rafael Ferrer's dance classes, click here. If you want to know more about the Pacific Salsa Congress in Wellington on June 4 and 5, click here.