Wednesday 13 October
Jody McCartney - one of the main performers in the up coming production of hit musical Cabaret in Wellington - performs title song Cabaret ahead of the concert which is raising money for the Lifeflight Trust.
We will be speaking with Kane Raukura, who has just won an Excellence in Teaching Award for his work with science students from a lower decile school in the South Auckland. Kane is our Air New Zealand Holidays Inspiring Kiwi.
Our practical parenting expert Kerryn Palmer comes in to teach us how to make masks in the build-up to Halloween.
Astar and Green MP Sue Kedgley make roasted vegetables and later Astar cooks a beef and bean hotpot.
Pump Dance Studios instructor Libby Calder teaches a hip hop dance class.
Youth counsellor Darryl Gardiner talks aboutthe difficulties parents may face when one of their children announce they are gay.
We catch up with inventors John Poppleton, Joy Allcock and Mario Papadopoulas from the annual Inventor Next Door Expo .
Ben Lakomy from the Wellington SPCA talks about how to care for spring animals.
Shortland Street actor Anna Jullienne talks about her new play A View from the Bridge .
Musician Paul Ubana Jones starts a four-part series on learning the guitar!
Antiques expert Anthony Gallagher from Dunbar Sloane assesses viewers antiques.
We get the latest Hollywood news from Nelson Aspen .