Tuesday 6 October
Wellington designer Andrea Moore is fresh from
showing her latest collection at New Zealand Fashion Week. She's
here with top tips for updating your wardrobe for the new
Acclaimed actress Miranda Harcourt is starring in a new autobiographical solo play, Biography of my Skin . But the catch is her husband, Stuart McKenzie, wrote the script. We talk to the couple about laying their marriage bare onstage.
What's for dinner? Simon Holst takes over the kitchen with some great recipes for the school holidays that you'll love and your kids can make, as well: home-made hamburgers and super-easy chocolate cake.
It's the 50th anniversary of one of New Zealand literature's best-loved classics, Barry Crump's A Good Keen Man. Barry's son, and heir to the literary legacy, Martin Crump, tells us what the anniversary means to him.
Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole explains her version of "Controlled Crying".
Why do diets never seem to work? Clinical psychologist Karen Nimmo has some answers along with an introduction to weight loss - the first in a four-part series.
He describes himself as "the fastest blind man in the world". Rob Matthews has set 22 sporting world records despite being blind since the age of 20. He chats about his new autobiography, Running Blind.
Our favourite Southern raconteur, Gary McCormick, laments the decline of the corner dairy.
Our panellists are on the couch to do their darnedest to fix your dilemmas. Gary McCormick, Ginette McDonald, Martin Crump and clinical psychologist Karen Nimmo dish out advice. If you have a problem you they could help with, email email@example.com and put "On the couch" in the subject line.
Is bedwetting still a problem for your child? It's more common than you might think, affecting about half of 3-year-olds and 10% of 5-year-olds. Dr Susanna Kent has advice.
Children's craft expert Fifi Colston is here with a great project to keep the kids entertained these school holidays.
Fitness instructor Julz Darroch is here with a great workout to get you trim in time for summer.
Book reviewer and author Kate De Goldi's bestseller The 10pm Question was a huge hit with both children and adults. We ask Kate for her picks of the best recent children and young adults' writing.