Tuesday 5 June
Space travel, show cats and the TV news war - we've got it all covered on "Good Morning" today!
Close Up presenter Mark Sainsbury takes a break from the newsroom to talk about the high-pressure world of prime-time current affairs.
We meet some of the country's most glamorous cats, heading to
Napier for the "Deco City Cats" National Cat Show.
Gifted young accordion player Grayson Masefield dazzles us with his finger-work, fresh from the New Zealand and South Pacific Accordion Championships. www.accordion.co.nz
We meet Christchurch woman Jackie Maw, who's paying nearly $300,000 to be rocketed into space!
Our etiquette coach Christie Stephens explains how to be good-mannered in public places. Ring her with your questions!
Fifi Colston delights the kids by making Fishy Dinners from paper plates! Find her instructions here.
Top chef Paul Rowan from Lower Hutt's Mange-tout restaurant prepares Beef Wellington and revamps the once-fashionable Prawn Cocktail.
Book reviewer Laura Kroetsch features novels "The Keep" by Jennifer Egan and Sam Taylor's "The Amnesiac", and Barbara Kingsolver's "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle" about her family's year on a farm.
Dr Susanna Kent explores sexuality issues for older people.
Our Big, Bold and Beautiful fitness instructor Janeen Nowicki works up another sweat. For more information on Janeens classes, email firstname.lastname@example.org or send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to this address: Big, Bold and Beautiful, PO Box 14531, Kilbirnie, Wellington. 04 387 9356 (Please call between 3-5pm only)