Tuesday 5 April
Oxfam's Olivia Lynch and Steve Logan of fine-dining restaurant Logan Brown drop in to talk 'Fair Trade'. Steve makes beignets, a gorgeous treat and explains how you could win a seven course lunch prepared by the man himself.
tackles fussy feeders who
draw the battle lines over solid food.
Kiwi expat and ' News of the World' showbiz editor Dan Wootton delivers the goss on Taylor Swift's heart to heart, Brooke Fraser's appearance on the UK charts and Will's wild stag do!
If you want a front seat to the wedding of the decade, Odyssey Travels are offering a special British Royal Odyssey tour.
She's got the ways and means of digging up even the most deeply buried secret - we chat to private investigator Kerrie Pihema about computer forensics and 'data mining'.
He's 82 years young and re-launching his singing career. Ex-opera singer Noel Signal performs to honour the people of Christchurch and we have a special treat for him!
Simon Holst is hopping into Easter with home made Easter eggs and hot cross buns made with chocolate!
Dr Cathy Stephenson shares with us the importance of looking after your eyesight and discusses some common conditions of visual impairment.
Author Kate de Goldi reviews two children's books that all ages can enjoy, 'The Golden Day' by Ursula Dubosarsky, and Sarah Winman's 'When God Was A Rabbit'; and searing critique 'The Obama Syndrome' by Tariq Ali.
Our On the Couch-ers Ginette McDonald, Marc Wilson and special guest Kerrie Pihema solve your moral dilemmas so you don't have to!
And we Zumba in Latin style today with a reggaton mix! For more information on Zumba Fusion, check out the Lifestyle Gym Website.