Wednesday 10 October
The young South Auckland hip hop duo Mixt
Frequencies are in perform their debut track
Dr Frances Pitsilis from the TV One series "Is
Modern Medicine Killing You?" is back by popular demand. She'll be
taking your calls and email on any health related matter. Just call
0800 888 255 or email GoodMorning@tvnz.co.nz
Pamela Stephenson shot to fame on "Not The Nine
O'Clock News", married comedian Billy Connolly, then turned
psychologist and author. She's in to tell us about her latest book,
"The Varnished Untruth".
The Origami girls from Norris Studios have just
won the Auckland regional's and they're off to compete at the
Australian Showcase Competitions on the Gold Coast in early
January. You can catch their performance on the show and at the
Tempo Dance Festival's Kids Show.
Perfect for the school holidays, Wasabi is here
to perform some hip hop ahead of the Tempo Dance Festival's Kids
Café Hanoi's Jason Van Dorsten shows you
how to make the perfect Garlic Ginger Prawns, plus Cucumber Salad
and Tofu and Shiitake Mushrooms.
Are you prepared for retirement? Retirement Commissioner
Diana Crossan is in with reminder that not enough
of us are on the right track for our golden years.
Each year SPCAs around the country take in more than sixty
thousands animals - it's no wonder they need our help. The annual
appeal gets underway next month and Matt Dingle is
in with how we can help and he's bringing some cute animals
So your teen wants a tattoo - what do you do? Does this mean they're heading for a life of crime, about to join a bikie gang or a heavy metal band? Darryl Gardiner is here with the answers when your teen wants to talk new looks.
Jenny Hale from The Parenting Place is back
with part two of her Parenting Performance Review and she has some
more items to tick off the checklist.
And Penny Ashton has all the latest