Wednesday 15 June
She was labelled a "narc" but Cherie Kurarangi-Sweeney is a force to be reckoned with. We talk to this remarkable Ngaruawahia woman about her fight to turn around New Zealand's shocking child abuse statistics. Click here to show your support and join the campaign.
Broadcaster Robbie Rakete talks about his role as one of the official ambassadors of International Men's Health Week.
We chat with Nua Finau and Alicia Pierson, the two young presenters of " Small Blacks TV," a new show that takes the All Blacks right of their comfort zone!
Author and sexologist Dr Pamela Stephenson-Connelly drops in to talk about why she claims a healthy sex life isn't confined to the young.
National MP Paul Hutchison is in the kitchen with Astar making Salmon on Rice with Salad.
Then Astar's introducing us to the art of cheesemaking - don't miss it!
It's got animal lovers' blood boiling, but is there more to the story? We talk to Wellington vet Kether Gati about the controversial report claiming that New Zealand needs to increase its use of 1080 as a method of pest control.
Practical Parenting guru Kerryn Palmer talks us through how to cook with your kids & and how to cope with the mess!
Should homework be banned? The Good Morning Parent Panel looks at the pros and cons of a topic that has us divided.
Midweekers Pam Corkery and Wallace Chapman are in with their views on the news.
And Lorna Borrett from Purebalance Studio in Plimmerton is in with a Pilates routine! For more information on Purebalance, see their website.