Wednesday 19 September
Avalanche City is the brain child of
Dave Baxter. He performs his latest single and
tells us about his recent travels abroad.
Astar was in Whitianga where she caught up with Hell's Kitchen runner-up Bonnie Berkett.
Tim Beveridge and Caitlin
Smith are here to perform some hits from classic 007
flicks ahead of "The Music is Bond" concert in Christchurch next
In keeping with the Bond music, Geoff Scott
from Vinnies has a dessert to die for plus he has recipes for the
new season's asparagus covered.
For an increasing number of start-ups, crowd funding is a way to
get their companies off the ground. Co-founder of Social Backing
site Ash Lomberg & two Maori Entrepreneurs
Rob Williams & Chris Molloy
tell us about their venture.
http://www.socialbacking.co.nz - Rob Williams
http://www.socialbacking.com/projects/view/88 - Chris Molloy
Burt Munroe did it now three Kiwis from Nelson
have broken the world land speed record in a nineteen sixty four
mini cooper at Bonneville in the United States.
Jenny Hale from the Parenting Place is looking at the often daunting task of getting children to do chores. How do you get your kids to do their bit around the house without putting up a fight? http://www.theparentingplace.com
Youth Worker Darryl Gardiner talks you through talking to your children about sex.
The SPCA's Matt Dingle is in with advice on
what to do if you find an injured or baby bird. It's a big issue
for the SPCA at this time of year.
It's Wills Month this month. Are you one of the 50 percent of
New Zealanders who don't have a will? Amanda
Morrall from Interest.co.nz is in to tell us why this
document is so important.
Heather Tait is at Kings Plant Barn where she
has advice for people gardening in small spaces plus preparing your
soil and planting spring veges.
And Penny Ashton has all the latest