Tuesday 8 July
Good Morning chats to Waikato
Rugby stalwart Jono Gibbes about life on and
off the field - and he's jumping in the kitchen to show us his
Sue Nicholson is here with Sensing Murder producer David Baldock to preview the unsolved murder cases they tackle with supernatural help in the new series. Sensing Murder starts on TV 2 tonight at 8:30pm.
Talented a capella group Strike 4 from Aotea College is headed for the Rising Star Quartet Contest in San Antonio, Texas. They will perform for us along with the champion barbershop quartet, the Musical Island Boys .
Tamahou Waikari is cooking corn fritters and Kiwiana gingerbread rugby players to keep the kids happy in the kitchen.
Porirua's museum, has just launched Sharing Stories, an exhibition
of exotic garments and their journeys to New Zealand. Guest curator
Judy Turner is in the studio to show us some of
If you've been thinking about finding a partner on the World Wide Web, private investigator Julia Hartley Moore is in our Auckland studio with some invaluable advice - an online-dating safety guide.
Dr Susanna Kent tells us about how to deal with some common childhood illnesses that can be scary for parents.
Craft guru Fifi Colston is here with a great holiday boredom buster - marbled paper with fantastic foam.
Book reviewer Laura Kroetsch has some
recommended reading hot off the press:
Mates and Lovers: A Gay History of New Zealand by Chris Brickell
The Bolter by Frances Osbourne
The Pages by Murray Bail
Our expert panel - including youth worker Darryl Gardiner, actress Ginette McDonald and broadcaster Kyllee King-Turner - are On the Couch, where they'll be pondering answers to viewers' problems.
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Julz Darroch will warm us up with some low
Gary McCormick beams in from Gazza's World.