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Wednesday 17 Oct

 In case all you viewers out there are wondering where Brendon is - he is taking a short break and will be back on the 23rd Oct.

Viv the Vet is into discuss therapies in veterinary medicine.

 Wellington publishers James Marr and Richard Meros tell us about their attempt to set a world record for wrapping them the most people in cling wrap. The stunt marks the launch the New Zealand edition of 'Ulrich Haarburste's Novel of Roy Orbison in Cling Film' and the wrapping will take place at The Mighty Mighty, Cuba St, Wellington on Thursday October 18.

 Wellington long-distance runner, Melissa Moon talks about running around the world for improved water quality. See Blue Planet Run

 Our techo Pat Pilcher shows off some high fashion digital devices. From bejewelled ear phones to pink cell phones, style-infused tech is the latest craze in gadgetry.

  Paul Sinclair wraps up our SPARC series on getting kids more active with more ideas for movement activities.

 Fairgo's Kevin Milne checks in from the Auckland studio with a look at what's on tonight's show.
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 Music Reviewer Simon Sweetman takes a look at old and new with Greatest Hits compilations and great new albums full of likely future hits. First up there's Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder with classic selections of their respective blues and funk. Then there are two local Wellington acts, the dance-friendly Disasteradio and the jazz group Pleasure Point And Friends. From there it's a look at the stark new PJ Harvey album and a double greatest hits set from the prolific female singer/songwriter Ani DiFranco. Simon then wraps up the first segment with the cheesy hits of the last decade: The Best 90s Album In The World Ever.
After the break we hear about the new return to form from Creedence Clearwater Revival main man, John Fogerty. Kiwi band The Phoenix Foundation have their new Happy Album alternative pop collection and the folky styling of Jose Gonzalez seals the deal - a wide range of great sounds new and old.

 Parenting expert Paula Rawiri talks about the value of spending time with your child.

 Dynamic fitness instructor Rachel Wood rejoins the team for a series of Les Mills Bodypump sessions. At home, try improvising with heavy cans of fruit or dog food in place of a barbell.

 Our Celebrity Parents Panel including Astar, Sally Ridge, Olly Ohlson and Kerry Prendergast discuss how to acquaint children with money matters.

 Astar cooks a vegetarian and gluten free special, and is joined by Sally Ridge to cook and chat.