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Tuesday 9 March


Dominic Bowden was rubbing shoulders with the stars on the red carpet at the Oscars yesterday. He'll dish all the gossip from LA.

American writer Audrey Niffenegger 's first novel, The Time Travellers Wife, sold 2.5 million copies and was made into a movie starring Eric Bana. She's here to tell us about her latest novel.
- See Audrey at the NZ Arts Festival.

Alexandra Owen is the first NZ-based designer invited to be join the official programme at New York Fashion Week. Her collection caught the eye of international buyers and she even took her pieces to the notoriously cut-throat Vogue offices.

Chef Simon Holst is in the kitchen with a tasty family dinner idea, Korean-style barbecue chicken, followed by a delicious and easy dessert.

Elizabeth Kostova 's first novel, The Historian, was the fastest-selling debut in American literary history. Her reworking of the Dracula myth set the stage for the current vampire craze and now, five years on, she's got a new novel out,  The Swan Thieves.
- Elizabeth is speaking in Auckland tonight.

Adjusting to two children can be a big step for a family. Baby Whisperer Sharlene Poole is here with tips on helping the whole family adjust to a new baby in the house.

From the Paraguayan charts to New Zealand radio success, Bella Kalolo is a talented Kiwi songwriter and performer. Bella performs for us before taking her band to Sounds Aotearoa in New Plymouth later this week.

Our advice panel is 'On the Couch' with some suggestions on how to tackle the thorny problems sent in by our viewers. Marie Donaldson, Ginette McDonald, Jessie Gurunathan, Angela Wallace and Gary McCormick have all the answers!
- If you have a question you would like them to help with email: goodmorning@tvnz.co.nz with "On the Couch" in the subject line.

Astar checks out the Ellerslie International Flower Show in Christchurch. Kate Hillier gives us a sneak preview of what's in store and Astar ventures into two gardens with a difference: "Finding Solace in the Sky" and "0800 Pool Hire".
- The Ellerslie International Flower Show is on in Christchurch from March 10-14.
-  For info on Craig Pocock's garden project "0800 Pool Hire" see  carbonlandscape.co.nz

Group Grooves instructor Kathryn Graham from City Fitness steps up the pace.

Angela Wallace, the face of the new Quitline campaign, is here with the third part in her series on beating the nicotine habit - she tells us how important it is to enlist support to kick butt!

Music man Sid Bernstein brought the Beatles and The Rolling Stones to America, so how did he wind up destitute? Director Jason Ressler shares the story behind his film Sid Bernstein Presents .

March is Endometriosis Month and it's estimated that one in five Kiwi women suffer from the disease. We talk to Jessie Gurunathan and her experience with endometriosis - and why it took so long to diagnose.
- Endometriosis New Zealand.


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