Wednesday 12 May
We countdown to 50 years of New Zealand TV with special performances from Carl Doy, Jackie Clarke and Tina Cross, and a trip down memory lane with former Radio With Pictures presenter Karyn Hay.
World renowned make-up artist Napoleon Perdis shares his top industry tips, inspiring women to be Forever Flawless. Watch the interview and be in to win a copy of his book.
He beat 13 other contestants in interview like no other - we meet the winner of The Apprentice - soon to be Terry Serepisos' right-hand-man.
The Big Show has been a hit for the NZ Comedy Festival, which continues to run in Wellington and Auckland. We speak to four of the comedians sharing the stage at the Opera House - Terry Alderton, Andrew O'Neill, Tom Wrigglesworth and Jarred Christmas.
Astar's emphasis is on speed in the kitchen, without compromising on flavour. She prepares a hearty soup, healthy fish, and an aromatic cardamom and courgette cake.
Our Parent Panel this week discusses whether there's any basis to controversial research findings which suggest that having kids does not make people as happy as they expect, and worse still, can be bad for your relationship. Jackie Clarke and Nick Tansley give their views.
Avril Ringrose from City Fitness is continuing her series, focusing today on gentle cardio exercises.
The popular home-grown series Fair Go is back and we check in with Kevin Milne ahead of tonight's show.
It's Fairtrade Fortnight, and Janna Hamilton from Oxfam talks about what they have been doing to promote the Biggest Coffee Break, which has seen schools and busines up and down the country supporting the idea of fair trade.