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Wednesday 11 April

The top ten becomes the top nine. We grill the latest MasterChef EIiminee on where it went pear-shaped and we invite them back into the Good Morning kitchen.

And, He Rangi Paihuarere is a collection of waiata by the late Doctor Hirini Melbourne whose classic songs are sung in classrooms around the country. Maori musicians have recorded their interpretations of his waiata in their own style which ranges from soul to jazz from hip hop to traditional Maori.

Indie pop group Dictaphone Blues are sure to banish your post-Easter holiday blues with songs from their newly released album 'Beneath the Crystal Palace'.

Award winning Chef Ben Batterbury from Queenstown's True South Dining Kitchen will inspire you with his take on Tacos, Smoked Southland Venison with Chocolate Oil and a Gin Dressing and Frangelico Panna cotta for dessert.

Penny Ashton is in with all the latest gossip and be sure to keep an eye out for Penny's shock look pic of the week.

If you're a regular Good Morning viewer and even if you're not, you may have cottoned on to the fact that Rod is keen on greyhounds, so much so, that he's taken one home to see how he fits in with the Cheeseman household. We find out how he's been getting on.

Veterinary Physiotherapist Sarah Cruickshank advises on what you need to consider when adopting an ex-racing greyhound. From exercise to injuries, to some of the issues they may have from racing, to conditions they're prone to in retirement.

We all know it's a good idea to have one, but sticking to a budget can be a bit like sticking to a diet... it's not always fun or easy. Sorted's David Kneebone has tips on how to stay on track.

It used to be males only. Now women lead the way. From New York streets to Kenyan slums yoga is transforming people's lives. We meet Kate Clere McIntyre the director behind the senstional new documentary "Yogawoman".

Did you struggle to get your teenager to come away on a family holiday this Easter? Youth Worker Darryl Gardiner with tips on how to get your teen to enjoy the trip and when it's okay for them to stay behind.

We're in the middle of the first week of the school holidays and if you're already hearing the words "I'm bored" from your children, you need to the help of parenting expert Jenny Hale who has all the tricks and tips to get you through.