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Tuesday 7 September

Nelson Aspen is hanging out with the stars, when he chats to Dame Julie Andrews and Steve Carrell, who voice mother and son in new animated comedy Despicable Me.

All White and Phoenix footy star Leo Bertos talks about Blue September, the international prostate cancer awareness month - as well as coming back to earth after the dream of the World Cup.

How prepared are you should an earthquake strike? Fred Mecoy, the emergency preparedness manager for Wellington City Council, talks us through what essential items your emergency survival kit must contain, and what other steps you can take to protect your home and family.

Also in the wake of the Canterbury earthquake, Dr Duncan Thomson talks about how to cope in the aftermath of such a devastating event.

Find a Star 2009 winner Anthony Utama returns to the Good Morning studio with vocal foursome Alzarae .

Baby Whisper Sharlene Poole takes a look at tired signs, which aren't always as easy to spot as a baby yawning!

Former Apprentice New Zealand contestant Catherine Livingstone begins a series showing you how easy it is to set up your own business, starting with finding your product or service.

Paperplus reviewer Kerre Woodham is here with her pick of September's releases.
This week she's looking at:
Ray Avery's autobiography Rebel With a Cause
From the Dead by Mark Billingham
My Last Duchess by Daisy Goodwin.

Ahead of this year's World of WearableArt show, craft expert Fifi Colston reveals the secrets behind her 2009 creation, in this three part series that begins today. Fifi has had 17 entries through to the finals of the WOW show over the years, including this year's forthcoming event.

Simon Holst is serving up caramelised chicken thighs on rice, and roast pork fillets on caramelised apple and onion.

CityFitness's Kathryn Graham continues her cardiovascular dance-inspired full body workout.

Visiting professor of linguistics Kate Burridge explores the origins of bad language and profanity in the English language - from millenia old Anglo-Saxon to modern day antipodean English use.

Kate is giving a series of lectures at Victoria University in Wellington this month:

7 September 2010 - Frequent Coarse Language: Swearing and taboo language in antipodean English
9 September 2010 - The French influence on English: How different would it be if William had lost at the Battle of Hastings?
14 September 2010 - Blooming English - in forme of speche is change

The On the Couch panel answer your questions. We welcome actress Ginette McDonald, raconteur Gary McCormick, Dr Duncan Thomson and Leo Bertos.
- If you have a question you would like them to help with email: with "On the Couch" in the subject line.