Wednesday 20 July
Sexy Kiwi actor Shane Cortese joins us to talk about his new TV drama " Nothing Trivial ", and the latest addition to this family!
This week's Inspiring Kiwi is Lower Hutt surgeon Professor Swee Tan, who has developed a treatment for strawberry birth marks that requires neither surgery nor scalpels & and he says it may even lead to a cure for cancer. Don't miss our talk with this remarkable man.
We sit down with Lindsey Shelton and Diane Pivac, two of the authors and contributors to the book " New Zealand Film", which celebrates the silver screen in New Zealand over the last 100 years.
Astar's in the kitchen with National MP Simon Bridges , making an "Easy Peasy Frittata"!
Do men who give up the board room to look after their children get a hard time from their peers? Our Parent Panel tackles the issue of stay at home dads.
Then we speak with paediatrician Dr Simon Rowley about the dangers of early TV watching in babies and toddlers.
Want to give your pet the best life you can? Veterinarian and animal lover Kether Gati is in to share his five general rules of animal welfare. Click here for Kether's fact sheet.
Terrible twosome Pam Corkery and Wallace Chapman give us their no-holds-barred opinions on this week's news!
Astar whips up Mince & Vegetables with Pasta, a quick and easy dinner that even your kids can make.
Los Angeles correspondent Nelson Aspen dishes on the latest Hollywood gossip.
And fresh from a year of ballet performances with Ballet de l'Opéra National de Bordeaux in France, Kase Craig returns to New Zealand, putting Brendon in ballet shoes in his "Dance From France with Kase" series!