Tuesday 6 July
Last week's Find a Star semi-finals were amazing - and we announced the finalists yesterday, including a surprise Wildcard from the judges! Check out the finalists ahead of this Friday's grand final!
Kiwi comedian Andrew Clay returns to Shortland Street , in the supporting role of district health board baddie William Nugent.
UK pianist Bobby Crush brings his hit London show Liberace, Live from Heaven to New Zealand. Written especially for Bobby Crush by respected playwright Julian Woolford, the one-man show is an imagining of Liberace's impact on Heaven following his untimely demise in February 1987. The show received rave reviews.
Karen Nimmo continues her series on weight and your food personality. This week she discusses three more personality types: Impulsive, Pragmatic; and Restrictor.
Craft expert Fifi Colston is back, this time making Jungle Frames to keep the kids occupied this winter school holiday.
Paper Plus book
reviewer Kerre Woodham is looking at:
The Passage by Justin Cronin
Freeing Grace by Charity Norman
The Lonely Planet travel book series
25-year-old first-year doctor Divya Dhar is the inaugural Young New Zealander of the Year. Her mission in life is to eradicate world poverty, and has been a committed activist since she was 16. She has been invited to speak at Youth Parliament 2010, and joins us prior to that.
Simon Holst cooks up a winter warmer of spicy Mexican mince with nachos, and we're not letting the kids out of the kitchen until they've made us dessert - chocolate brownies!
Tanya Houpt is back with her body-toning workout. Today she's concentrating on triceps, abs and upper body.
When should you introduce solid foods into a baby's diet and how do you know if your baby is ready? Baby whisperer Sharlene Poole is here to help.
On the couch time now, with Karen Nimmo and
Andrew Clay joining our regular panellists
Ginette McDonald and Gary
McCormick to answer your burning questions.
- Send us your dilemmas to email@example.com with 'On the couch' as the subject.