Good Morning: Wednesday 14 May
Netball star Leana De Bruin is in to reveal why she's asking Kiwis to 'face up ' with their picture and front up with their cash in a bid to help children living in poverty with a disability. For more information about the Face Up campaign, head to
Australian band 'The Jezabels' are kicking off our morning with a dose of indie-rock. You can catch them on Wednesday May 14 at the Kings Arms Tavern in Auckland and Thursday May 15 at Bodega in Wellington.
Chef Anne Thorpe has got a delicious idea for a Pink Ribbon Breakfast in aid of breast cancer - she's making a salmon and prawn omelette.
Youth worker Darryl Gardiner has tips for dealing with your teen's anger.
Astar's keeping bugs at bay this winter with her natural cold remedy. She's also got more handy home hints sent in by viewers.
And Kate Langdon reviews three new books:
Remember Me Like This by Bret Anthony Johnston ;
The Sex Lives Of Siamese Twins by Irvine Welsh
Dear Leader by Jang Jin-Sung